Notonthehighstreet

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Notonthehighstreet is the biggest marketplace in the UK for gifts, personalized products and handmade items, with 39 million people visiting the site annually.

Access to Notonthehighstreet is restricted, so sellers have to apply and be approved before they are allowed to sell on there. Currently, only UK-based businesses can apply.

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Listing Fees There are no listing fees, but there is a one-off joining fee of £199.
Sales Commission Notonthehighstreet take 25% commission on every sale you make.
Payment Fees There is no additional payment processing fee.

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WHY YOU SHOULD CHOOSE US

WE'RE NUMBER 1?

It’s official – we’re the UK’s number one curated online marketplace. You can play a role in our continued success.

GLOBAL REACH?

We get over 39 million unique visitors annually – that’s a lot of potential customers for your business.

ONLY THE BEST

We only work with businesses that knock our socks off, which means you’ll face less competition for customers.

TV AND PRESS?

From TV ads to press coverage, our marketing campaigns keep us - and by extension you - in the public eye. From the supplier's website
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Updated 26 Apr 2019.

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