The company posted an adjusted 49 cents per share, when Wall Street was forecasting 48 cents.
EBay reported revenue of $2.2 billion, when analysts were expecting roughly the same at $2.21 billion.
Gross merchandise volume, a measure of the total sales transactions of the platform came in at $20.9 billion, slightly beneath the $21.06 billion analysts had been expecting.
“The first quarter was a strong start to the year with accelerating growth in active buyers, revenue and our core U.S. business,” said Devin Wenig, President and CEO of eBay Inc, in a statement.
“We are on the right path as we continue to evolve our shopping platform for consumers, leverage our technology advantages and market a sharpened eBay brand globally.”
The company also repurchased $350 million in common stock.