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Selling on the Newegg online marketplace

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Selling on the Newegg online marketplace

Getting started on Newegg

Newegg has grown from an online US electronics retailer to a multi-country online marketplace, operating in over 80 countries.

The marketplace was established in 2011 and has become the number 1 online marketplace for technology in the US, with 33 million shoppers worldwide.

To become a seller on Newegg, you will need to be approved via an application. Once approved, you can begin selling.

Newegg have an international shipping programme that allows sellers to sell in over 50 countries. You can chose to fulfil orders yourself, or use Newegg fulfilment by storing your items in local Newegg warehousing.

All sellers have access to a dedicated category manager and a merchandiser who can assist with enhanced listings.

Enhanced listings can include featuring on the marketplace home page and email promotions, for an additional fee.

Markets

Newegg is a business-to-consumer (B2C) market place, selling to customers in the USA (plus 80 countries).

Sectors

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

  • Electronics
  • Homewares
  • Fashion
  • Beauty
  • Hobbies

Subscriptions and fees

Newegg do not charge standard listing fees on the first 5000 listings and commission on sales is charged at a flat rate of 12%.

Contact us

Get in touch with our trade advisers who can help you sell on international online marketplaces.

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