Instant offer price - how to change?

I have an item that I’m editing and it has an ‘instant offer price’. That means anyone can buy it at that price, which includes shipping.

Since s/h costs have risen so much, I want to delete the IOP, but I cannot either change it or delete it.

Any ideas? I’ve looked in the help, but it’s no help.

Thank you.

asked 8 months ago

3 Answers

At this moment Your OBO option is turn on in Your booth. If You want to deactivate an ‘instant offer price’ on one particular listing and since You are in the edit mode, You should see in ‘item price’ part these boxes:

uncheck there the ‘price negotiable’ option and an ‘instant offer price’ should grayed out – after saving the changes, it should be inactive.

If it’s not, then there is some glitch, so, try to do it later or contact support.

If You would like to turn off OBO option for all listings, You can do it in SellingBoth settingsPayment & purchases → choose No right to the Allow shoppers to negotiate and make offers (OBO) option:

answered 8 months ago

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BookbinEtc says: May 16, 2018

Thank you. I turned off the OBO. Originally, I tried to increase the offer price, but it was grayed out. weird.


Hey, while that screen shot is up (THX ArtistsUnion)..I’ve wondered what “Estimate price point” means.

Anyone know?

answered 8 months ago


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