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Listing the Apple iPad (3rd Generation) on eBay

With the launch of the Apple iPad (3rd Generation) just around the corner, guidelines are now in place to help meet buyer demand while also promoting eBay sellers who deliver excellent customer service. Learn how you can list these highly-anticipated devices:

Apple iPad (3rd Generation) presales

Prior to the launch date of March 16, most sellers will be allowed to list the Apple iPad (3rd Generation) on eBay, as long as they are in full compliance with eBay’s Presale policy. Also:

Sellers who do not meet our minimum performance standards, haven’t confirmed their personal information, or haven’t completed a successful sale on eBay will not be allowed to list the Apple iPad (3rd Generation) during the presale period.

Listing the Apple iPad (3rd Generation) after the product launch

Once the Apple iPad (3rd Generation) is made available to the public, most sellers will be allowed to list the Apple iPad (3rd Generation) with some limitations:

  • Apple authorized resellers will be allowed to list an unlimited number of items per week.
  • eBay Top-rated sellers will be allowed to list up to 8 items per week.
  • All sellers meeting our minimum performance standards will be allowed to list 4 items per week.
  • All sellers who’ve confirmed their personal information will be able to list 1 item per week.
  • All sellers must upload tracking information or Delivery Confirmation to My eBay upon shipment.
  • Only sellers registered in the United States or Canada on eBay.com, eBay Motors or eBay Canada will be able to participate in this event.

Sellers who do not meet our minimum performance standards or haven’t confirmed their personal information will not be allowed to list the Apple iPad (3rd Generation) during the post-launch sale period.

Apple iPad (3rd Generation) domain name and email address sales

Sellers offering Apple iPad (3rd Generation) related domain names or email addresses for sale on eBay—both pre- and post-launch—will be allowed up to 4 listings per week. These must be listed in the Businesses & Websites for Sale category.

As always, eBay does not allow replica or counterfeit items. If a seller can’t verify the authenticity of an item, it can’t be listed on eBay. Any selling activity that appears to mislead buyers may result in limitations to selling activity, including account suspension.

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