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How much does a Ruby Lane shop cost?

Our Fee schedule is listed below.  There are no hidden costs or long-term contracts.

Fees
Effective April 23, 2020

Setup Fee

None

Listing Fee Free
Maintenance Fee

Up to 50 items: $54 per month

  • From item 51-150: 30 cents per item

  • From item 151-1000: 20 cents per item

  • From item 1001 on: 1 cent per item

Calculated and charged on the 1st of every month by counting all items, including Backroom, Sold, Sale Pending, AIP Pending, etc. For new shops, fee is prorated from the first full day after opening.

Service Fee
6.7% based on Purchase Order total (does not include Sales Tax), Capped at $250 *.

For a shop with up to 50 items, the minimum monthly cost of maintaining a shop on Ruby Lane is $54.

* Ruby Lane's Seller Service Fee shall not exceed $250 for each item reported sold (the “Cap”). The Cap also applies to multiple quantities of the same item in a Purchase Order. For example, 10 identical dinner plates at $500 each, for a total of $5,000, sold in one Purchase Order would ordinarily have generated a Seller Service Fee of $335 (6.7%). However, because the items are identical and because of the Cap, Ruby Lane’s Seller Service Fee would only be $250. On the other hand, 3 separate, non-identical items reported sold at $500, $1,500 and $3,000, for a total of $5,000, sold in one Purchase Order, would not have the Cap applied. In this case, the Seller Service Fee would be $335 (6.7%). 

2020-11-10 10:30 am
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