eBay is a multinational e-commerce corporation which is structured around customer-to-customer relations, in the form of buying and selling of goods.
eBay is a widely recognised buying and selling marketplace which works by auctioning off goods to the highest bidder. Users are able to showcase the item they want to sell, and watch as other users outbid one another for it. eBay offers a wide range of electronics, cars, fashion apparel and collectables.
A website which is similar to eBay is Etsy, as it showcases products made by someone and priced at a stipulated amount, unlike Target or Walmart, which are chain stores that offer groceries and clothes.
Below is a list of 10 alternatives to eBay:
|Amazon||One of the big four companies in the world that focus on retailing technology and other household goods.|
|Walmart||A retail corporation that operates a chain of hypermarkets, discount department stores and grocery stores, with all of the items also being offered on the online sore.|
|Etsy||Online store that allows independent sellers to showcase their jewellery and accessories to potential buyers.|
|Target||An online and physical chain store which offers an assortment of items, including groceries, essential clothing and electronics.|
|AliExpress||Retail service based in China that offers products from some Asian countries to international customers.|
|Overstock||An online retailer that focuses on selling furniture, bedding and other household pieces.|
|Home Depot||The largest home improvement retailer in the United States, which supplies tools, construction products and services, both in-store and online.|
|Best Buy||An electronics retailer which only supplies products to residents from America, Canada or Mexico.|
|Sears||A chain of department stores that sells appliances, tools, clothing, mattresses and more, both in-store or online.|
|Dessert Cart||Online retailer that sells a wide range of products, with over 100 million items on sale.|