First: Celebrate! Second: Respond to the buyer by accepting or denying the offer. We will inform you whether the offer you received conflicts with any offers you already have -- that is, if this offer has items in common with other offers. If it does, then accepting the offer will automatically cancel those conflicting offers.
If you choose to accept the offer, you enter into a binding agreement with the buyer that you will deliver (via shipping or pickup) the items included in the offer to the buyer after receiving payment. If the buyer does not complete payment within 7 days, you can mark the offer as "unpaid," which will automatically relist the item to your booth for other buyers to purchase.
Otherwise, you can deny the proposed offer.
How Do I Add Shipping to an Offer?
When a shopper proposes an offer, their offer price is all inclusive (item, shipping, taxes, discounts, etc). This means that you cannot add additional shipping costs to a "Best offer" proposal. If you're unable to ship the item with the buyer's proposed price, you can deny the offer and leave a note to the buyer indicating why the order cannot be fulfilled at that price. Your item will be automatically re-listed. The buyer can choose to make a new offer.
I don't accept "Best Offers"; why do I have to approve this order?
You may receive offers from buyers on listings which don't accept "Best offer" proposals if you have not set up shipping to a buyer's location. In these cases, our system cannot determine the cost of shipping to the buyer, so the buyer must submit an offer which allows you to adjust the invoice prior to approving the order. Read more about adjusting invoices here.
After you complete a transaction, both buyer and seller will be given the opportunity to give each other feedback on the transaction.