Today, the internet makes it easier than ever for small businesses to sell their products. Whether you make handmade jewelry, sell vintage clothing, or refurbish old furniture, there are plenty of online marketplaces you can utilize to get your products in front of customers and start making money online.
However, for small business owners who may just be starting out, the fees associated with some of the sites could be a huge drawback. Below, we’ll break down a list of some of the best websites to sell stuff online and the fees associated with each.
- Amazon: Charges $0.99 per item plus selling fees for the individual plan and $39.99 per month plus selling fees for the professional plan.
- Facebook Marketplace: Takes 10% for sales more than $9 or a flat fee of $0.40 for sales $8 or less.
- Craigslist: No selling or listing fees.
- Mercari: Takes 10% of the sale price.
- OfferUp: Charges $1.99 or takes 12.9% of the sale price.
- Big Cartel: Tiered monthly plans vary from free to $19.99.
- eBay: Takes a percentage of the sale based on the type of item, plus $0.30.
- Walmart Marketplace: Fees vary depending on the type of item.
- Etsy: Charges a $0.20 per item listing fee plus 6.5% of each transaction amount.
- Poshmark: Flat fee of $2.95 for sales under $15 and 20% taken for items over $15.
- Society 6: They take 90% of each sale with the exception of art prints.
- Deculttr: No selling or listing fees.
Wondering what goods you can sell on each site? Check check out the visual guide created by Solo below for website options and more information. Happy selling!