eBay Quick Value Check System

This is what the eBay Quick Value Check Tool looks like:

Welcome to the eBay Quick Value Check System
Want to be able to quickly ascertain the market value of a specific item on eBay? What if you get an offer from somebody to purchase some items that you can re-sell on eBay. How do you know if the the items will sell on eBay? What would they sell for? How many items like that are selling on eBay?

Don’t take a chance….use this eBay Quick Value Check System. Let us help you find what an item is really worth before you do decide to purchase it or list it on eBay.

This eBay Quick Value Check connects directly to eBay’s Completed Listings data feed and displays in a pop-up window eBay’s completed auctions for the past 15 days. You can use this information to estimate what the current market value is for a specific item on eBay.

eBay Quick Value Check

Enter keywords to describe the item you want to check:
(Be specific including brand, model, date, artist, company, or color)

Select a category to narrow your eBay search:
(or select “All Categories” if you are unsure which category to choose)


(Because you will be accessing eBay’s data, you will be required to login with your eBay userID and password to complete this search)

eBay Quick Value Check Search Tips & Tricks:

Use these simple guidelines to speed your searches.

  • eBay Quick Value Check Search is not case-sensitive. It doesn’t matter whether you enter “rolex” or “Rolex”.
  • Use specific keywords to describe the item, including brand, date, or color. For example: “Apple iPod nano 8GB”.
  • Don’t use conjunctions (or, and) or articles (a, an, the) in your search unless it is part of a book title or movie title. For example: enter “Barnes Noble” rather than “Barnes and Noble” to return many more results.
  • To re-sort the results by price, select ‘highest prices first’ from the pull-down.

Keyword Search Modifiers:

You can use these advanced commands for more accurate search results.

By placing quotes around a keyword, keywords, or a phrase (“keyword”)
–Limits the search to the exact phrase inside the quotes.
  Example: Searching for “Thomas Kincaide” (with the quotes) will yield eBay completed auctions only relating to this specific artist.

By placing an asterisk ( * ) in a keyword
–Seen as a wild card character by eBay.
  Example: “198* music” will bring up completed auctions that relate to music from 1980 to 1989

By placing a minus sign ( – ) before a keyword
–Will force eBay’s system to excludes these keywords from the search results.
 Example: “Computer -macintosh” will bring up all completed auctions for all computers that ARE NOT Macintoshs.
 Example: “DVD Player -Blueray” will bring up all completed auctions for all DVD players that ARE NOT Bluray players.