Etsy has developed into an amazing marketplace to connect with millions of people around the world to sell your goods.
Here is their breakdown of how their fees work:
How do fees work on Etsy?
Joining and starting a shop on Etsy is free. There are three basic selling fees: a listing fee, a transaction fee, and a payment processing fee. There’s also an advertising fee for sales that come from Offsite Ads.

It costs $0.20 to publish a listing to the marketplace. A listing lasts for four months or until the item is sold. Once an item sells, there is a 6.5% transaction fee on the sale price (including the shipping price you set). If you accept payments through Etsy Payments, we also collect a 3% + $0.25 payment processing fee when an item is sold.

Listing fees are billed for $0.20 USD, so if your bank’s currency is not USD, the amount may differ based on changes in the exchange rate. The payment processing fee may also vary by bank country.

You pay an advertising fee on any sales you make from Offsite Ads. When you open your Etsy shop, you can decide if you want to participate in Etsy’s advertising services.
To get started, just create a free account, set your shop location and currency, pick your shop name, set how you are to be paid, how you want to be billed for fees, then start creating your listings.
Etsy is for collectors, artists and craftspeople to sell their handmade goodies and vintage items.

Contact us to help you get set up and start making money selling on Etsy.