OnBuy

Description

OnBuy is a UK-based marketplace, which allows sellers to list items in a number of categories. It is a catalog-driven marketplace and listings have a "Buy Now" feature, displaying the seller chosen by OnBuy's algorithm. Other sellers are included lower down the product description page.

OnBuy does not hold funds, so as soon as an order is received and the buyer has paid, the payment is available for sellers in their Stripe account.

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Re: Marketplace Alternatives?

...Fruugo and Flubit, you can try Etsy, OnBuy or Tesco. If you're looking to... more

Marketplace Alternatives?

...on more marketplaces. We have joined Onbuy at the start of the year as they... more

The Future Of UK Marketplaces

...the site ? Is this bad management ? OnBuy is a site that I have much maligned in... more

Availability

United Kingdom

Pricing

Listing Fees There are no listing fees but a monthly subscription of either:
Standard Plan: £19
Partner Plan: £39
Sales Commission Sales commission is category specific, ranging from 5% to 9%.
Payment Fees OnBuy sellers need to register with Stripe to process payments. They charge sellers 1.4% plus £0.20.

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Marketplaces & Channels » Sales Channels

Discussions

Re: Marketplace Alternatives?

...Fruugo and Flubit, you can try Etsy, OnBuy or Tesco. If you're looking to... more

Marketplace Alternatives?

...on more marketplaces. We have joined Onbuy at the start of the year as they... more

The Future Of UK Marketplaces

...the site ? Is this bad management ? OnBuy is a site that I have much maligned in... more

Re: Will OnBuy be the Holy Grail for UK sellers ? (Part III)

...nearly seven months down the line, has OnBuy become the site that it claimed it... more

Will OnBuy be the Holy Grail for UK sellers ? (Part III)

After my previous post about OnBuy and a posting on the Linnworks forum I received... more

Will OnBuy be the Holy Grail for UK sellers ? (Part II)

For those that do not know, OnBuy have relaunched again. (Yay!!!) They are a UK... more

Will OnBuy be the new eBay for UK sellers ?

...for a new online marketplace, but will onBuy be the one ? We were first... more
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Sell With OnBuy

OnBuy is a new, innovative and rapidly growing online retail marketplace. Based in the UK, it is a direct alternative to Amazon, delivering value for retailers and consumers alike.

Our concept is simple. Low seller fees mean you can pass on savings to your customers and maximise sales.

Retailers from small specialist outlets to major household names are discovering the value of selling with OnBuy. That value is all about partnership. Our commitment is to support your business, promote your product, maximise your sales and never compete against you. From the supplier's website
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Updated 12 Apr 2018.

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