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Selling on the Linio online marketplace

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Selling on the Linio online marketplace

Getting started on Linio

Linio is the leading online marketplace in Latin America.

It lists over 6 million products across 60 product categories and gives sellers access to a market of over 300 million customers in 8 countries.

Linio aims to be openly accessible to new sellers and state "sellers get all the benefits of entering a new market without any of the risk. No up-front investment is necessary".

Registering as a seller is a straightforward process and you can get your products live on the site quickly.

Linio have different options in terms of order fulfilment. However, using the marketplace fulfilment services will require sellers to be able to get their goods into the Latin American country they plan to sell to.

So as a seller, you should undertake due diligence and research to ensure you have the means to do this.


Linio is a business-to-consumer (B2C) market place, selling to customers in Latin America.


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

  • Textiles
  • Apparel
  • Technology
  • Sports
  • Electronics
  • Health and beauty
  • Children's items
  • Covers most categories but not food and drink products

Subscriptions and fees

As a seller on Linio, you will only be required to pay commission on the value of your order sold. This will vary between 7-15%.

Contact us

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