eBay Listing Basic Abbreviations & Jargons Guide

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BIN: Buy it Now. A fixed price auction.

BN: Brand New. This refers to an item that has never been used.

BNIB. Brand New In Box. This refers to an item that has never been used and still retains its original packaging.

BNWT: Brand New With Tags. This refers to an item that has never been used and still retains its original tags.

BW: Black and White. Used for films, photos etc.

EX: Excellent (condition). 

FC: First Class. Type of postage.

GD: Good Condition.

HTF: Hard To Find. It is not quite as heavily used as "rare" but it is getting there.

Mint: As good as new.

NBW: Never been worn.

NIB: New in Box. Never even opened and still sits in its original pakage.

NR: No Reserve. An item where the seller has not set a reserve price.

NRFB: Never removed from box. 

OB: Original Box. A product that is enclosed in its original package (though maybe opened).

PM: Priority Mail.

PP: Parcel Post.

SH: Shipping and Handling. This is the fees a buyer will pay for the item to be posted to them.

TDF: To Die For.

VGC: Very Good Condition. Not mint, but close.


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