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Selling on the Cratejoy online marketplace

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Selling on the Cratejoy online marketplace

Getting started on Cratejoy

Cratejoy is different in relation to other online marketplaces as it is a marketplace offering monthly subscription boxes.

Subscription boxes are popular in the US with a record 18.5 million Americans visiting at least 1 subscription site in 2018.

Sellers on Cratejoy offer subscription boxes with a particular theme and are required to supply a box to their customers each month.

Cratejoy have several membership options for listing on the marketplace from basic options with no monthly fees to more advanced memberships with greater support services from Cratejoy.

If you are a business looking into this segment of the market, and can fulfil regular monthly subscriptions, Cratejoy could be an option for you to enter the US market.


Cratejoy is a business-to-consumer (B2C) market place, selling to customers in the USA.


You can sell on Cratejoy if your business is happy to supply monthly Subscription Boxes with a particular theme, in one or more of the following sectors:

  • Men, Women, Family and Kids
  • Beauty
  • Books
  • Food and drink
  • Art and culture
  • Pets
  • Fitness and outdoors
  • Entertainment
  • Homewares

Subscriptions and fees

As a seller on Cratejoy, you will be required to pay a subscription of up to 39 USD per month.

Commission is charged at two levels:

  • 11% for those with a free membership
  • 1.25% for those who have a paid subscription

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