Top eBay Alternatives

Tue Dec 3


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Top Online Marketplace Sites Other Than eBay



So you’re looking for an item and you’re done looking on eBay. And you’re here to find other great alternatives that the world of the internet has to offer.

Even though eBay is an online marketplace giant and has almost everything on it, giving yourself a variety of options is never a bad thing.

So in this article, we will break down the list of top auction websites that are great alternatives for eBay.




  • Amazon

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Amazon Logo



There is no way of getting around it. The giant that used to be an online bookstore and just dropshipped its inventory, today is one of the biggest companies in the world.

Amazon offers millions of products in a wide range of categories. Even though the prices are usually a bit higher than on eBay, great features like fast delivery and Amazon’s Buyer Protection which is one of the best, if not the best on the market right now, definitely makes up for it.



  • Delcampe


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Delcampe Logo



The Delcampe website was launched in 2000. Its purpose was to provide a suitable environment for collectors to buy and sell their collectibles.

Delcampe is above all a site for collectors designed by collectors. This is the key to its success.

Since 2015, its community has exceeded one million members. Thousands of new collectibles are being listed every day. If you are looking for antiques and collectibles, checking out Delcampe should be on top of your list.




  • eBid


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uBid Logo



Although it is very similar to eBay, it is a great alternative to it. The reason for this is slightly lower fees for sellers than eBay, which in many cases results in lower prices for the items.

Like eBay, eBid provides both auction-style and buy it now listings. As of today, they have over 3 million listings across many categories.



  • Etsy


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Etsy Logo


Etsy was launched in 2005 and started as an online community for crafters and vintage enthusiasts. From the one-apartment company, it grew into the giant that has 26 million active buyers.

Today it has a strong following for collectibles and antiques.  It is one of the best alternatives to eBay.




  • Bonanza



This website advertises itself as better than eBay. In simplest terms, it’s very similar to eBay, even though there are no auction listings.
On Bonanza, you can find new and pre-owned items within various categories. Like eBid the Bonanza has lower fees and free listings for sellers, which result in lower prices than eBay.




  • Craigslist


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Craigslist Logo


Unlike other websites on our list, Craigslist is geotargeted – it’s local. Usually, buyers and sellers arrange pick-up and drop-off on their own. Sellers usually sell their own stuff.

Unlike other websites, there is no middleman and therefore there is no high fee from the website, which sometimes means cheaper prices.
But KEEP IN MIND, if there’s a buyer-seller dispute, the website won’t help you – buyer and seller should settle their disagreement on their own.




In case you choose to go with Delcampe, it’s better to know how to win Delcampe auctions!


Sniping! – Simple answer. Make a bid during the last seconds of the auction, so that your fellow bidders don’t have time to outbid you.

But keep in mind, to actually make a bid during the last 5 seconds of the auction, you have to be present in front of the computer every single time you might need to bid. Let’s face it, you may not have time for that. You might have an internet problem and miss the chance to make the last-second bid. That’s why millions of people use Auction Snipers, like

All you need to do is to find the item you want to win and decide how much you are willing to pay for it, and the system will take care of the bidding part. You won’t have to get into bid wars or be at the computer all the time.


For detailed tutorial, please see the video:


Try it out! We give you 5 snipes as a registration gift to test our services.