“How do I combine shipments to the same address?”
It’s one of the most common questions we see pop up on the eBay Community. And it makes sense. Maybe you offer free shipping and have noticed that you can save time and money by combining two items going to the same address. Or, maybe it’s something that a buyer has requested of you.
Either way, I’m here to help. Here are step-by-step instructions for combining eBay shipments:
Once there, click on “Orders” and then from the drop-down menu, “Awaiting shipment.” If you don't have a Seller Hub account, sign up! It's free - you just need to activate your access.
2. Select the items you’d like to ship together.
From the “Shipping action” box, check "Print shipping labels” for the items you’d like to ship together.
3. Start the shipping process.
Next, click on the “Shipping action” drop-down menu and select “Print shipping labels or invoices.”
4. Select your shipping label.
Now, click on “Purchase and print shipping labels” and select “US postage Service or FedEx shipping label.”
5. Enter your shipping details as usual
You’ll be in familiar territory, now. Just add your weight and dimensions, select your shipping service, and get that package out to your carrier.
That’s it. If your buyer is paying for shipping, you might want to credit savings back to them as a partial refund through PayPal (especially if it’s something they’ve requested). On the other hand, if you offer free shipping, you’ve just saved yourself a little cash. Go, you!
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