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Selling on the C Discount online marketplace

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Selling on the C Discount online marketplace

Getting started on C Discount

C Discount originally began as a discount online retailer. Operating solely in France, its marketplace is split into 40 stores, organised in categories.

There are a few subscription options available for sellers. You’ll also need to pay an additional set commission percentage on your sales.

C Discount also has the added benefit to buyers of 'immediate pick up', where buyers can collect their purchases immediately from stores. You would need a physical presence in France to allow buyers to do this.

For an additional fee, C Discount offers a fulfilment service. So, as a UK seller, you would need to supply your products to C Discount in France, so that it can fulfil your orders directly to customers.

As a seller, you are also allocated a C Discount account manager who can help you grow your brand and drive sales on the platform.


C Discount is a business-to-consumer (B2C) market place, selling to customers in France.


You can sell on C Discount if your business is in one or more of the following sectors:

  • Homewares
  • Electronics
  • Appliances
  • Gaming
  • Telecommunications
  • Automotive parts and accessories

Subscriptions and fees

As a seller on C Discount, you'll pay a subscription of 39.99 EUR. You'll also need to pay commission. This ranges between 8% to 22%.

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