Check you local shipping service providers for the rates and delivery terms that suit your business.
It's up to you what you charge to ship. Choose Flat shipping to set the same cost to all buyers or create shipping rate table and set different rates for specific countries and regions.
Expand your buyer base! Set Domestic shipping rates to sell your items to the customers in US, and International shipping rates to sell to the rest of the world.
You can exclude regions or countries you don't want to ship to. Set this in your Shipping preferences or for each listing.
Return rates for international purchases average only 1%, but give buyers confidence with a good, clear return policy.
When you ship internationally, make sure buyers know they're responsible for import costs like duties and taxes.
To get started with do-it-yourself international shipping, follow the steps below to set up international shipping for your items.
If you use Business Policies to list your items:
After you complete these steps, your item will be accessible to buyers around the world!
If you are ready to expand your business and gain even more international exposure, active international selling is a great option. Active refers to when you offer your items in specific global markets by listing directly on a local site, such as ebay.co.uk (United Kingdom), ebay.fr (France), etc.
Why try active international selling?
You can sign in and sell using your ebay.com username and password on eBay's local sites in:
Important tips for active listing and selling:
When you make your listings eligible to international buyers on ebay.com, you are "passive listing". This means eBay is making your item available to international buyers without any additional action by you.
Why try passive international selling?