Set a buy it now price maybe...
Uh, let me just say to you I haven't dealt all that much with eBay for a long time.
And I wouldn't bother at all with what you are suggesting. eBay to me has definitely worn its welcome and become more of a scam, than a worthy habit.
Even to a veteran like me who knows how to pull in the real niches from eBay that do the job, it's really more like a scam and I hardly ever use them anymore as almost assuredly half the cost goes into listing fees anyway.
For dropshipping? You are not going to make any profit on eBay, I guarantee it. Too much focus put on the listing fees and well, that does not leave much of anything for the seller at the end line.
For any actual dropshipping I will tell you something quite the opposite, for that you want to go with Amazon.com or Godaddy marketplace. And make sure you have it fed through your own website, so you can track all the traffic and unload all the buyers to your site STORE, and not to their site.
Then any dropshipping you do is pretty much automatic, find your product and ship it, NO listing fees ever included whatsoever. Just per transaction fees. And the same is true for iOffer.com which is becoming quite popular. That is where, and how I would ever do dropshipping businesses.
If you want that, use those services and even clickbank to generate an income. Forget eBay and get off the addiction. And only use eBay for vintage niche items, original auction items like they are meant for because otherwise you're looking at over 10% of the cost going into listing fees. And you will not make a dime, literally.
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