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eBay Norway in English! Guide to Shopping, Shipping & Similar Sites

Although no real eBay equivalent exists in Norway, the English version is popular with Norwegian buyers, sellers. With Norwegian krone & shipping support.

Click here for English version of eBay in Norway!

eBay in Norway

How eBay works in Norway

Sites most similar to eBay in Norway are for old-fashioned classified ads. No company has any of the extensive eBay features for buying, selling & auctioning items.

So despite the lack of Norwegian language support, eBay remains useful and popular in Norway, as most shoppers are also accustomed to English.

Shopping from Norwegian sellers;

Step 1. First navigate to the English version of eBay in Norway

Step 2. Look for the “Advanced” link, right next to the Search button

Step 3. Look for “Location” settings.

Step 4. Select Norway in the “Located in” drop-down menu.

Step 5. Search for items from Norwegian eBay sellers!

Thanks to the free trade agreement within the EU, you can also simply check the “Europe” tick box, under “Item Location” options when searching for items normally. No import duties are applied, and shipping to Norway is affordable.

Shopping in Norwegian krone;

The same eBay site version supports the display of pricing in Norwegian krone currency for those who’s internet connection is located within Norway.

This means, that as long as your IP address is from Norway, all prices are automatically converted to NOK when browsing the site.

If you want to see items in USD or with their original currency, navigate to “Customize” under View options at the top of your search. And unselect the box that says “Convert prices to NOK”. Finally click on “Apply changes”.

Selling to Norway;

As the eBay market has many buyers from Norway, it’s also a convenient channel for international sellers to reach them, with an easy English interface.

For more information, see eBay’s Global Shipping Program which supports a range of delivery, and selling options to Norway & rest of Scandinavia.

Sites Similar to eBay in Norway

While there is really no website I can recommend as an equivalent, those who don’t mind going the old-fashioned route, classified ads are still somewhat popular in Norway. And they are the only sites that are a little similar to eBay’s system.

FINN.no — Mulighetenes Marked

If you want to connect with sellers in Norway directly, FINN.no is the most active classified ads websites in the country. It’s been around since 2000, and most people are familiar with it, famous for buying used cars, household items, etc.

Also note that the site is strictly in Norweigan only. No English is supported, and also the site is meant for those located in the country, as shipping for the majority of sold items is for Norway only. However, this is negotiable with sellers.

I hope that answers the question, “is there eBay in Norway?”.
Ideas for any equivalent or similar enough sites below!

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5 thoughts on “eBay Norway in English! Guide to Shopping, Shipping & Similar Sites”

  1. Thanks, finn.no has it’s uses but loses to eBay big time. I’m surprised there aren’t any better alternatives in Norway.

  2. Are there really no customs duties applied to imports? Doesnt that leave you wide open for some hefty import duties when it gets to Norway?

    • Or you may not have to pay any tariffs at all. Which AFAIK is often the case for smaller, lower priced orders. Also for example Chinese eBay sellers tend to declare a lower price for shipped items for this reason.

      Thanks for your question!

  3. Hello,
    if I live in Norway and want to sell internationally, will there be taxes or fees for exporting?
    If so, do I pay the taxes or does the customer have to pay taxes when picking up his package?
    I’d really like to know more about it.
    Thanks in advance!


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