Ruby Lane

Description

Ruby Lane is a marketplace for vintage fashion, vintage collectibles and high-end antiques. Access is vetted, so sellers are pre-screened by Ruby Lane's in-house experts before they are allowed to sell on the site.

All listings on Ruby Lane are in a fixed price format, but sellers can choose to allow offers. Sellers on Ruby Lane must have at least ten items for sale at all times.

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United States

Pricing

Listing Fees $0.19 per listing. There is also a one-time set up fee of $100.
Sales Commission Monthly maintenance fees only:
First 80 items: $69
Item 81-150: $0.30/item
Item 151-1000: $0.20/item
Item 1001+: $0.01/item
Payment Fees Third-party payment methods are used, and fees apply.

Categories

Marketplaces & Channels » Sales Channels

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The Supplier Says

Relax ... at Ruby Lane, your customers can shop with confidence.

When viewing your shop, visitors will know that you stand behind the Ruby Lane Advantage™ which is designed to help ensure an excellent online buying and selling experience. From the supplier's website
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Updated 26 Apr 2019.

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