EcommerceBytes Fee Calculators for Online Marketplaces
Online marketplaces have established different fee structures and offer various payment methods, making it time-consuming for sellers to determine exactly how much it will cost them to sell on sites like Amazon.com, eBay and Etsy. EcommerceBytes introduced fee calculators in 2013 as a guide to help you evaluate the costs of selling on online marketplaces.
Marketplaces and payment services make frequent changes to their fees and discounts. Before using any EcommerceBytes fee calculator, check to see when the calculator was last updated. These tools are in beta testing, please provide feedback and suggestions here.
Amazon's fee structure is fairly straightforward once you understand the types of fees, and that's in part because payment processing is built into Amazon selling. The weight of your item can be a major variable in your fees.
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Remember when eBay fees were simple? Because of the complexity these days, you'll want to spend time making sure you enter all the data into the calculator correctly.
This calculator is not endorsed or supported by eBay.com, and EcommerceBytes is in no way affiliated with or endorsed by eBay.com. eBay is a registered trademark of eBay.com, Inc.
Etsy fees are fairly simple, but they do have a twist in multi-quantity listings. And you'll want to make sure you choose between Etsy Direct Checkout, PayPal or another payment method (yes, you can even accept checks on Etsy!).
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