eBay TIP 22 – PRICE THE POSTAGE RIGHTThe buyer pays for postage, and when listing goods, you must specify a postage cost. Try to be as accurate as possible, as if the price specified is too low, you’ll have to make up the difference. If it’s too high, the buyer may leave bad feedback. Don’t forget to factor in packaging costs when calculating postage charges. Buyers often don’t expect to pay much more than the stamp price, so you may wish to factor postage into your sale price. Sending your items so they’re tracked is always best, this is Royal Mail Special Delivery. Its tracked, signed, guaranteed next day and includes compensation up to £500. See the link below for Royal Mail price guide or pop in and see us before you list your item and we’ll happily help you work out how to send it and how much to charge.