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eBay Fixed Shipping Limits

On the eBay auction Web site, the Fixed Shipping Limits is a policy announced by eBay in August 2008. Fixed Shipping Limits is a set dollar amount that limits shipping and handling charges for the first flat-rate shipping service within or into the U.S. on items in the Media category, including books, DVDs & movies, music and video games.

Sellers listing these types of items will be required to offer at least one shipping option within eBay's specified Fixed Shipping Limit, however sellers may also provide other options that are above the maximums for expedited or international shipping, and for non-standard items in the category.

See also "eBay Policy Watch: Fixed Shipping Limits for Media" on Ecommerce-Guide.com.







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