And other sellers are able to sell theirs with 0.89p shipping.
I was told this is my standard shipping rate and cannot be changed why do they have different shipping for the same type of product?
And how can i make it cheaper!
Pro-sellers can set their own shipping rates, non-pro-sellers cannot I believe, so going down the pro-seller route is the only way you can set your own.
£3.99 sounds a lot for a greetings card, I hate to ask, but is it in the right category?
I asked the question to Amazon a while back and they said yes! But I just can't believe it that's why I came on here.
It has stopped me even trying to do more with Amazon, if I could correct it I would upload many more cards.
I've just listed a keyring for £1, postage £4.59!
Edited by: The Fervid Pig on May 9, 2013 5:35 PM
I didn't want to go pro as I want to see if they would sell at all first.
It seems they have done this just to make you go pro as this is completely useless.
The only way I can see is if I sell a pack of cards so I make less on the card but the profit on the posting??
Any other ideas would be very grateful.