How to Extend an eBay Listing

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An eBay listing can continue for as little as a day or as long as 30 days. In some cases, an eBay listing can be extended to allow more time for a sale to be made. In other cases, the listing may not be eligible to be extended. If a listing was made within the last two hours, the remaining time can be revised. In some cases, this may mean an additional fee will be charged. If the listing is an auction that is being extended past seven days, it can be extended to 10 days for an extra fee.

  • Go to the listing to revise it. This can be done by going through the My eBay and using the drop-down menu to the right of the name of the listing and choosing the revise option. It can also be done by going directly to the listing from My eBay or through the mail search and clicking the "revise your item" link at the top left of the listing.

  • Scroll down the edit page to the duration area. This is directly below the listing price. If the item is eligible to have the listing time extended, there will be a drop-down menu that lists the time periods that it can be changed to. If the listing is a fixed-price listing, it can be extended to as much as 30 days. If the listing is an auction-style listing, the maximum listing time is 10 days.

  • Continue down to the bottom of the page and click the "continue" link. This will take you to the final edit page. Any changes that need to be made can be made to the subtitle or picture package can be made on this page. If you have no further changes, scroll down to the bottom of the page. If there is an extra fee that will be charged, it will be visible at the bottom of this page.

  • Click the "Submit revisions" link at the bottom of the page. This will make the changes final and will extend your listing to the amount that you specified.

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