Jumble Saler is free to use for Ebay accounts with under 100 active Ebay listings

 
Quick introduction

Jumble Saler allows private sellers to quickly create Ebay listings on their Windows computer without Internet access, and then publish them to Ebay when they are ready. 

 

    

Key features

 

Pictures Jumblesaler is ideal for selling one off second hand collectable  items such as books, magazines, comics, toys, collectables, and general jumble.  It aims to do the same job of the Ebay Turbo Lister software, which is now discontinued.
 
 
Pictures No waiting between items using the Ebay website to add your listings.  Create your Ebay offline in your own time and then publish afterwards.  Saves loads of time waiting for pictures to upload.
 
 
Pictures Take a bunch of photos with your digital camera and then start creating your auctions later altogether.  The Jumble Saler picture system is optimised to allow fast data input.

Pictures are optimised to Ebay's maximum picture size to make images smaller and quicker to upload.
 
Pictures For items with numbers or dates, such as comics and magazines, Jumble Saler is optimised for quick data entry.  Sort your magazines into brands/group and dates or issue numbers.  Photograph each one, and create your first new auction selecting Ebay category, delivery charge, condition description, etc.  Then just copy for the next one.  Our system will then take the next picture (or pictures) automatically and you can use the increment buttons for quick changes.  See Jumble Saler sequential items in titles system and Showing extra boxes for issue and volume numbers for comics and magazines.
 
 
Pictures Keep a permanent full history of previous Ebay auctions, so if you come to sell the item again, you can find the orginal copy and paste and modify condition as appropriate.

 
Pictures Allows unique lot numbers to be used for efficient storage and very fast processing of your Ebay orders.  Ideal when selling books, comics and magazines.
Pictures Supports multiple Ebay accounts with ease.  Allows moving auctions from one Ebay account to another.
Pictures Group your items into groups and brands with Jumble Saler our group and brand boxes for sorting and filtering.  You can also have issues and volume numbers for comics and magazines.
Pictures Download existing auctions and import into our system.

 

 
Getting started


Download and install Jumble Saler. 

 

Jumble Saler uses 3 core concepts to make creating auctions faster, and then storing and finding items for sale easier afterwards.  Have a quick look at there first:

Jumble Saler picture system

Jumble Saler sequential items in titles system

Jumble Saler lot numbers

 

This help topic is also useful if you want to display extra issue or sequential number boxes in Jumble Saler:

 
Showing extra boxes for issue and volume numbers for comics and magazines

 

Next step is to link Jumble Saler to your Ebay account by, on the main Jumble Saler main menu, clicking on the 'Ebay accounts' option and using 'Add' and following the wizard.   When linked you can go to the main 'Ebay auctions' tab and download any existing auctions (sold, un-sold and live) you already have in your Ebay account.

 

To create new auctions, then use the 'New auction lots' tab and use the 'Add new' or 'Copy item' buttons.  You can also copy one of your existing items from the 'Ebay auctions' tab and use the 'Copy to new' button.

 

  

System requirements

 

See our System Requirements page.

 

Latest News
06 June 2020
New version

Jumble Saler V1.1.36
Mainentance/New features

05 January 2020
New version

Jumble Saler V1.1.25
Maintenance release

03 November 2019
New version

Jumble Saler V1.1.23
Minimum screen size changed

22 November 2019
New version

Jumble Saler V1.1.22
Batch screen updated

28 October 2019
New version

Jumble Saler V1.1.21
Add/edit screen updated

30 September 2019
New version

Jumble Saler V1.1.16

11 January 2019
New version

Jumble Saler V1.1.11
General update

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01 May 2018
GDPR update

We have updated our service in line with the new GDPR regulations.