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How can I enable eBay Strike Through Pricing (STP) on eBay?
If you want to discount the price of you items or add a limited-time free shipping sale, Then you are at the right place.
Markdown Manager is a free feature exclusively for eBay Stores sellers that enables them to discount the price of their items or add a limited-time free shipping sale. Markdown Manager is available for all eBay Stores subscribers.
Please find the steps for Markdown manager,
1. Go to Marketing in Seller Hub.
2. Select Promotions on the left side of the page.
3. Select Create a promotion.
4. Choose Sale event + markdown.
You will not be charged anything for using Markdown Manager, it's free for all eBay Stores subscribers. You can use Markdown Manager to discount all Fixed Price listings or provide a limited-time free shipping sale on all listing formats.
Where can buyers see my discounted listings?
Buyers will see a special strike-through price and Sale logo in the following places:
Item Page (plus a Free Shipping logo, if offered)
Cross-Promotions on the bottom of the View Item Page
Seller Email Marketing (plus a Free Shipping logo, if offered)
eBay Stores Promotion Boxes
Buyers will see special strike-through pricing in the following places:
In-Store Search results (this is the Search within a particular Store)
Items I'm Watching (if the item has gone on sale after it was added to the buyer's watch list)
Items I'm Watching Ending Soon Email
In all other areas, the Sale price will be displayed as the Buy It Now price (including in the main eBay search results).
You can find more information on Markdown Manager by clicking here.
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