Calculate your total Etsy seller fees, Etsy payments & profit.
Etsy Listing + Transaction Fees
Etsy Payments Fee
Your Profit & Margin
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Etsy charges $0.20 to sellers for each listing - think of this as an "advertising fee" to show your products to the world. When you sell something on Etsy, they will then charge you 6.5% of the amount collected - it is important to note that this includes shipping or gift wrapping charged to the customer. The listing fee is renewed each time your product sells, so if you sell 3 of your products you'll pay $0.60 (3 x $0.20). If the sale was processed through Etsy's Direct Checkout, you'll then also pay 3% of this amount, and an additional $0.25 fee. Our Etsy Seller Fee Calculator above will calculate all of the above Etsy fees and show you the profit margins you are making.
Etsy takes 6.5% of the price displayed for the listing, which includes shipping and gift wrapping. Etsy will also take an additional 3% + 0.25USD fee for processing the payment (this payment varies by country).
In almost all cases, Etsy fees are simply deducted from your current balance on Etsy when they occur and are reflected in your payment account. For a detailed breakdown of the Etsy fees that are charged to sellers, see our Ultimate Guide to Etsy Fees (Updated for 2023)
The Etsy seller fees you pay differ slightly if you are based outside of the US, the Etsy pricing calculator will also factor this into your fee breakdown.
This 2023 Etsy Fee Calculator calculates how much it will cost you in Etsy Fees based on your location, product's sale price and any shipping costs you charge to the customer. This fee calculator includes Etsy Listing Fees, Etsy Seller Fees and Etsy Payments.
Etsy takes 6.5% of your revenue as part of their transaction fee. This includes shipping costs to the customer. Payment processing fees are in addition to this fee.
First, make a list of every material that you have used up to produce the item - let's call this your "recipe". For each item in your recipe, calculate your unit price for each: this can be calculated using a rolling average calculation on your purchase history for the material and converting to a suitable unit of measurement (e.g pounds to ounces). Don't forget to include hidden costs like shipping and taxes paid. Finally, calculate how much you used up and multiply this by your manufacturing unit price. Don't want to do all these calculations yourself? Sign up for a free 14 day trial of Craftybase and we'll calculate these for you!
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Etsy’s fees are complex and can be difficult to understand for both new and existing sellers. This free eBook guide is designed to walk you through the various ways that Etsy calculates the fees and charges to sell on its popular handmade platform.
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