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Multiple items in one advert

We do allow multiple items in a single advert. Everything must included in the original advert, items must not be added after the advert has been approved.

If the items can be sold separately, whether the advert qualifies as a free advert or not will depend on the value of the each item, not the total value.

If every item is clearly priced under £175 it will qualify as free ad.
If any item is unpriced, £175 or more, it will be a standard paid ad.
If any item has been previously listed within the last two months, it will be a standard paid ad.

If the items are advertised as a lot (must be sold together), they will be treated as a single item and the total cost will apply.

Examples

6" rug £100 ono
Bridle £50 
6'3" rug £80

Would qualify as a free ad.

6" rug £100 ono
Bridle £50 
6'3" rug £80
Lots more available

Would be rejected, all items must be listed

 

6" rug 
Cob Bridle 
6'3" rug 
£230 for the lot

Paid ad - classed as a single item over £175.

 

6" rug £100 ono
Bridle £50 
17" Saddle £175

Paid ad - the saddle is £175.

 

6" rug £100 ono
Bridle £50 
17" Saddle

Paid ad - the saddle is unpriced.

 

6" rug £100 ono
Bridle £50 
Shetland pony free to good home

Paid ad - all horse ads require payment regardless of value.

 

Note: Other restrictions apply on top of the normal guidelines.

The advert WILL NOT be renewed without payment under any circumstances to bring it back to the top.

The advert will not be included in more than one category. The category cannot be changed as items are sold and the advert is subject to removal without notice if items are removed leaving the ad in the wrong category.

Free ads are not featured, so will not appear on the NFED social media pages. To upgrade & feature a free advert, just pay for it in the normal way.

 

Multiple items in one advert

We do allow multiple items in a single advert. Everything must included in the original advert, items must not be added after the advert has been approved.

If the items can be sold separately, whether the advert qualifies as a free advert or not will depend on the value of the each item, not the total value.

If every item is clearly priced under £175 it will qualify as free ad.
If any item is unpriced, £175 or more, it will be a standard paid ad.
If any item has been previously listed within the last two months, it will be a standard paid ad.

If the items are advertised as a lot (must be sold together), they will be treated as a single item and the total cost will apply.

Examples

6" rug £100 ono
Bridle £50 
6'3" rug £80

Would qualify as a free ad.

6" rug £100 ono
Bridle £50 
6'3" rug £80
Lots more available

Would be rejected, all items must be listed

 

6" rug 
Cob Bridle 
6'3" rug 
£230 for the lot

Paid ad - classed as a single item over £175.

 

6" rug £100 ono
Bridle £50 
17" Saddle £175

Paid ad - the saddle is £175.

 

6" rug £100 ono
Bridle £50 
17" Saddle

Paid ad - the saddle is unpriced.

 

6" rug £100 ono
Bridle £50 
Shetland pony free to good home

Paid ad - all horse ads require payment regardless of value.

 

Note: Other restrictions apply on top of the normal guidelines.

The advert WILL NOT be renewed without payment under any circumstances to bring it back to the top.

The advert will not be included in more than one category. The category cannot be changed as items are sold and the advert is subject to removal without notice if items are removed leaving the ad in the wrong category.

Free ads are not featured, so will not appear on the NFED social media pages. To upgrade & feature a free advert, just pay for it in the normal way.

 


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