Hi Ralph. It is up to you! When you set up, you get the option to include postage or to display it separately. I always have it separate, as do most eBay sellers - and postage is always enough to cover the post, envelope, and a small profit! Most sellers do this, means the bid price is pure profit. Cheers, Steve.
by Steve J - 29 minutes ago
You have to pay postage costs on top of the winning bid.
by ? - 29 minutes ago
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