The eBay Best Offers Tool is one of the simplest to use within our library of eBay Tools. It allows users to determine what % discount a seller is likely to take on a Best Offer. The tool also displays results on a per item basis to accurately see how cheeky an offer is likely to be accepted. Below is a quick guide for beginners using the tool and some tips to hopefully help those more familair with Best Offers.
The eBay Seller History Tool is very simplistic to use. Type in the eBay Username you want to investigate and await the results. Please note that the Seller History Tool trawls eBay for between 30 and 90 days of results, so these will take a few minutes to compile.
The results tell you the overall percentage saving a seller has accepted on their items, as well as on a per item basis. If a seller accepts offers of 20% below a buy it now, you should be fairly confident in contacting the seller for a 22% discount.
There you have it - The eBay Best Offers Tool – simple to use and a great tool to refer to for instant savings.
Don’t forget, if you are doing research, or if you want to save the results for later, you can download all of your findings as a csv.
Its really that simple. Remember you can use the Best Offers tool in a variety of ways. For example – in setting a snipe for an auction, remember to look look Best Offers on similar items. This way, you might decide to buy the item, rather than ending up in a bidding war at a higher price.
If you see a Best Offer option on an item – don’t pay full price. Remember that to List it with an Offer available, a seller will have an acceptable offer in mind. Also, try to download the eBay App for your phone, then you can communicate your offers quickly if you’re out and about.
Finally, in a shameless plug of our Goofbay mobile version – if you have a smart phone, save it to the desktop for quick access to our eBay tools at any time.