Now that you know a little bit about what eBay.com is, and have signed up for an eBay account, you probably want to know how close you are to getting your order from eBay. Once you've ordered a package on eBay, you may be able to track its progress if the seller uses a shipping label purchased from eBay or PayPal. In this article, we’ll teach you exactly how to track an eBay order, and keep up with the status of your eBay shipments.
If you need a little more detail, be sure to read the detailed instructions below where we go through the process step-by-step!
Any web browser should do the trick, but for this tutorial, we’ll be using Google Chrome.
At the very top-left of the screen, click Sign In. Enter your email address and password, and then click the blue Sign In button to sign in to your eBay account.
In the top-right corner of the screen, move your cursor over My eBay. From here, a drop-down menu will appear, where you can click on the Purchase History box. You will now be taken to a screen with your eBay purchase history, so you can see everything you’ve purchased (and cancelled) with your eBay account.
Your items will be sorted from the top of the page to the bottom as such: “Orders,” “Cancelled Orders,” “Cancelled Invoices,” and “Returns and Cancelled Orders.” In your current orders section (at the top), located the item you are interested in tracking. A long number will appear in brackets below the item, and if you click on it, you will receive the status of the order that item is a part of, so you’ll know approximately when it will arrive.
Depending on what shipping option the seller is using, you may also be able to get tracking updates via email. For more information about how shipping works on eBay, see our eBay Shipping article.
Anyway, that's a bit of information about how you can track your eBay orders! If you need to learn about cancelling your orders or bids on eBay, be sure to check out our step-by-step tutorials on how to cancel an eBay order, or how to cancel your bid on eBay.
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