Online marketplace Ebay has announced that it is launching zero selling fees for North American customers selling sneakers for over $100, and has also revealed a calendar of new footwear drops to end the year. To be able to take advantage of the zero selling fees offer – the first of its kind on Ebay – customers’ sneakers must be listed in the Men’s and Women’s Athletic Shoes category, and the $100 minimum price cannot include shipping, handling, taxes or fees.“As the originator of the sneaker resale game, Ebay continues to be a top source for emerging and collectible styles, and with high demand, we want our sellers and buyers to get in on the action,” explained Jeff Chan, Ebay’s head of men’s footwear and apparel, in a release. “For our community of diehard sneakerheads, eliminating selling fees allows them to turn their kicks into more cash to fund future purchases, and results in a more robust sneaker inventory for shoppers everywhere.” With nearly 6 million pairs of sneakers sold year-to-date on Ebay in North America in 2019, the site is one of the biggest platforms for sneaker resale, boasting an average of 1.5 million daily live listings in the category. Ebay currently has 183 million active buyers around the world, as well as more than 1.4 billion listings across categories including men’s and women’s clothing, accessories and footwear, electronics, houseware and furniture.