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September 24th, 2019:

GarageSale 8 Pricing

Since we first introduced GarageSale in 2004 eBay has changed a lot, which has implication on our business as well.

In the past years, the number of small, casual sellers using GarageSale has declined. This group was GarageSale's target audience when first launched 15 years ago. At the same time the share of professional and semi-professional sellers among our users has went up.

As a result, we have now less, but more ambitious GarageSale users. To keep publishing GarageSale a viable business, we are introducing a dual license model with the upcoming GarageSale 8 (due very shortly):

If you are listing less than 50 items on eBay per month and don't need the 'Synching' feature, the upgrade process won't change compared to previous paid upgrades.
You can purchase or upgrade to GarageSale 8 for a one time fee of $39.99 (new license) or $19.99 (upgrade fee). The upgrade will be free of charge if you purchased GarageSale 7 after April 1st, 2018.

However, if you are listing more than 50 items per month, you'll need a GarageSale Pro subscription for $14.99/month (can be canceled any time) or $149.99/year, which includes these benefits:

  • Free major upgrades
  • Unlimited listing starts
  • Database Synching between Macs
  • Use GarageSale's image service for GTC listings with support for up to 50 larger images per listing

We don't take this step easily. We discussed different licensing models, and decided that our chosen model is the most likely to keep small sellers onboard, while not placing too much financial burden on larger sellers.

We are looking forward to the release of GarageSale 8. We’re sure you’ll love the new features and improvements.

September 9th, 2019:

GarageSale 7.0.20 fixes a crash when processing order data from eBay

A unexpected change in the format of the order data GarageSale receives from eBay causes GarageSale to crash since last Sunday.

We released GarageSale 7.0.20, which addresses this issue.

October 2nd, 2018:

GarageSale 7.0.16 fixes macOS Mojave glitches

We released GarageSale 7.0.16, which fixes cosmetic glitches on Apple’s recently released macOS Mojave operating system, and addresses some other minor issues. A complete list of changes is available here.

February 21st, 2018:

GarageSale 7.0.13 fixes blurry images embedded in your description

GarageSale 7.0.13 is out. It became necessary after yet another surprising change to eBay’s image upload server, which caused GarageSale to embed blurry versions of your images into your listing description. Learn more about this release here or proceed directly to the download page.

February 3rd, 2018:

GarageSale 7.0.11 restores image uploads to eBay’s picture service

GarageSale 7.0.11 restores uploading images to eBay’s picture service, after eBay changed the way to its image service works. eBay is right now rolling out these changes to its servers. If you have been getting errors when uploading images in the past two days, don’t hesitate to download the new version.