How To Sell On Etsy Wholesale

How To Sell On Etsy Wholesale

Are you an Etsy seller looking to expand your sales? Or, are you just curious about how to sell on Etsy wholesale? Either way, this post is for you! In it, we'll share everything you need to know about how to get started selling on Etsy wholesale. We'll cover the basics, like setting up your shop and adding products, as well as more advanced topics like terms and conditions of sale and shipping. Keep reading to learn more!

Etsy Seller Policy

You must complete many standards to be accepted as an Etsy Wholesale vendor. Each item's estimated retail cost must match its rate in your Etsy shop, and your wholesale prices have to be at least 50% cheaper than the suggested retail value.

You won't be accepted if you don't have a high review score, have a history of payment failures on Etsy, or fail to show compliance with Etsy's regulations. They can assess your webpage and other online indications of customer service if you don't own an Etsy shop. Etsy will also evaluate your "overall professionalism." This involves having great, regular branding and an appealing look throughout your Etsy Wholesale.

Don't expect to be able to sell wholesale after putting together an Etsy business. Your store should have a good selection of items and a consistent brand.

Related: How To Sell Wholesale On Amazon?

How To Apply To Sell On Etsy Wholesale

You'll need to tell Etsy about your brand, your contact information, the number of employees you have, which categories you'll be retailing in, production specifics for your items, and consent to the wholesale prices in your application. You can find the form quickly on the Etsy website. The onboarding process begins once Etsy has approved you. Choose Add channels on Shop Manager. Continue with Wholesale Setup. You must pay a one-time $100 charge, validate your credit card, add at minimum one wholesale item, and complete your profile and policies to have your wholesale business up and running.

Create Your Listings

To get your Etsy Wholesale shop up and running, you'll need to include at least one wholesale item on your wholesale line sheet, but the linesheet can remain hidden until you're ready to publish it. You may import current Etsy listings from a conventional shop or create new wholesale listings by clicking on Add a listing. Wholesale items on Etsy are free to list, and you may deactivate or delete undesirable listings once they have been published. Try photographing the item as though it were in a store display for maximum impact.

Setting Policy And Profile

Once you have generated your listings, you may set up your policies. Before you establish your profile:

  1. Make sure you have created the guidelines for your store.

       2. Include details about your shipment method, such as pricing, delivery times, and carriers.

        3. Inform customers of the factors that may impact delivery costs, like weight or distance.

        4. Include details on how long it takes to produce and its time to transport.

        5. Publish your line sheet once you've finished setting everything up.

All certified Etsy Wholesale purchasers have access to it. You can use your current blog, social media networks, and website to market your Etsy Wholesale business.

Related: 7 Tips On How To Buy Wholesale To Resell On Amazon


Ready to get started? Awesome! Let’s go over the basics. First, you’ll need to set up a shop on Etsy and add some products. You can find more information about how to do that in our handy guide. Once your shop is set up, it’s time to start thinking about terms and conditions of sale and shipping. This may seem daunting, but don’t worry – we have plenty of resources to help you out. Finally, reach out to us if you need any help fulfilling orders on Etsy. We’re here to help you succeed!

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