How to Get Paid with Etsy Payments

To get paid with Etsy Payments, you need to enrol in Etsy Payments. Sellers in eligible countries must enrol in Etsy Payments with integrated PayPal to sell on Etsy.

To enrol in Etsy Payments:

  1. On Etsy.com, click Shop Manager.
  2. Click Finances.
  3. Click Payment settings.
  4. Click Select your bank account country.
  5. Enter your bank account and residential address to receive deposits. You'll also be required to verify your personal identity.
  6. Add a credit or debit card. (Shops based in Germany, Austria, or the Netherlands don’t need to add a credit or debit card.)

Learn more about Etsy Payments.

How to manage your deposit schedule

By default, your funds will deposit weekly, every Monday. If you want to change your deposit schedule:

  1. On Etsy.com, click Shop Manager.
  2. Click Finances.
  3. Click the Payments Settings.
  4. In the dropdown under Deposit schedule, choose daily, weekly, fortnightly, or monthly deposits.

To manage your deposit schedule from the Sell on Etsy app:

  1. Open the Sell on Etsy app.
  2. Tap More.
  3. Tap Finances.
  4. Tap Payment settings.
  5. Choose daily, weekly, fortnightly or monthly deposits.

How long does it take to receive my funds?

Depending on your bank, funds may take 3 to 5 business days to appear in your bank account.

If a deposit day falls on a Bank holiday, available funds will be sent on the next business day.

If you choose a daily deposit schedule, some countries have a minimum amount of funds for daily deposits. This means that if your amount Available for deposit is less than the minimum for your country, you won’t get a deposit that day.

Daily deposit minimums by country:

AUD 25.00 - Australia

CAD 25.00 - Canada

CHF 15.00 - Switzerland

DKK 200.00 - Denmark

EUR 20.00 - Euro

GBP 15.00 - UK

HKD 200.00 - Hong Kong

NOK 25.00 - Norway

SEK 100.00 - Sweden

SGD 25.00 - Singapore

USD 25.00 - United States

Etsy Payments is the primary way to get paid on Etsy and simplifies payments for both you and your buyers.

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