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Ebay Debut / Mexican Pizza

December 13th, 2006 at 03:14 am

I listed 3 items on ebay this evening. I was unaware that there are fees just to list items (I was under the impression that you only incurred fees if your item sold).

I paid less than $5 to list the items, so I'll chalk this first run up to a learning experience and then re-evaluate if ebay selling is worth my time. I also listed a number of books on half.com -- I like that there are no charges to list and that your items can stay listed as long as you like.



In other news, I made another homemade pizza tonight. Tonight's pizza was Mexican themed. It turned out surprisingly good considering the idea evolved from a desire to use up random ingredients. I used the same crust recipe (posted on 11/14), but I covered the crust with a black bean dip (free after coupon), then topped with salsa, then added a little Gimme Lean Soy Sausage (browned first in pan), diced grape tomatoes, and cheddar cheese.

Monday and today were no spend days / no drive days.

5 Responses to “Ebay Debut / Mexican Pizza”

  1. Broken Arrow Says:

    Mmmm.... Hungry. Me want!

  2. janH Says:

    Oh, wow, this sounds so yummy!

  3. fairy74 Says:

    Yum, pizza, available for delivery????Smile

  4. elgin526 Says:

    I tried selling on ebay but found it was more trouble than it was worth. I hope it works out for you, though! Read the member forums there for tips on how to avoid a lot of the common scams and problems that sellers sometimes run into with their buyers.

    Your pizza looks yummy!

  5. LdyFaile Says:

    Mmm pizza.

    With eBay you don't have to pay the listing fees right away. I generally wait to see if my item sells then pay the listing fees out of what I get for the item.

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