Wix Stores: Connecting and Setting Up an eBay Shop

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Expand your sales platform by connecting your Wix store to an eBay shop. Don't yet have one yet? You can create your new eBay shop while connecting to eBay, then sell your Wix Stores products there. 
Screenshot of a sample eBay page
This article will walk you through the steps to connect your Wix store to eBay and then set your shipping, tax, payment settings, and more. After the initial setup, you can edit these settings.
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Step 1 | Connect your Wix store to eBay

Here you can connect to an existing eBay shop or create a new eBay shop and connect it to your Wix store.

Step 2 | Set up your location

Each eBay product must have a location where the item ships from. This location is used to calculate shipping charges and delivery times.
After initial setup, every time you add a new product to your store, it is automatically assigned the default location. If some of your products ship from another address, can then edit those products and assign them  a different "ship from" location.

Step 3 | Set up shipping preferences

In eBay, your "domestic" region is the region where your chosen eBay market (eBay.com, eBay.uk, etc.) is based. For example if your eBay market is in eBay.com, then the US is your domestic shipping region, even if your store is located outside of the U.S.
To sell on eBay, domestic shipping must be set up. Optionally, you can set up international shipping to whatever regions you choose. To do so, enable international shipping and, if relevant, exclude any countries you choose not to ship to. Additionally, you need to enter a handling time according to eBay's policies. To learn more about eBay shipping options, click here.

Step 4 | Set up payment

To receive payment for sales on eBay, you need to enter the email address associated with your PayPal account. If you do not have a PayPal account, click Don't have a PayPal account to set one up.
If you signed up for eBay managed payments, you can move directly to the next step without setting up payment.
When you're done, click Continue to Returns to go to the next step.

Step 5 | Set up your return policy

Decide who you want to accept returns from and what the return conditions are.
Find out more:
  • To learn more about refunds and returns in eBay, click here.
  • If you do not want to accept returns, leave the toggles disabled and click Continue to Tax to move to the next step.

Step 6 | Set up tax

In eBay, you can either manage tax using the eBay tax table (recommended) or manage tax yourself. 
Different tax rules apply in different regions. Consult with an accountant or with your local tax authority for specific information relevant for your store.


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