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Can you add "Buy It Now" after bids have already started? What are the advantages to adding Buy It Now to listings?
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Registered: ‎10-22-2012

I'm new to selling on ebay. What are the advantages of adding Buy It Now to your auction listings?

Can you add Buy It Now after bids have already started?

Would you say that adding Buy It Now to an auction listing attracts customers?

 

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grandpatexhelp
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Registered: ‎05-24-2009
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Buy it Now attracts people who are willing to pay your price immediately and move on, without waiting for the auction to run it's course.

 

No, you cannot add a Buy it Now after the auction has bids.


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