Etsy Payments is currently available for shops in the following countries:
- Czech Republic*
- Hong Kong
- New Zealand
- United Kingdom
- United States
Etsy can only offer payment services in certain countries at this time. We are working to support additional countries in the future. Stay tuned to the Site Updates section of our Seller Handbook for updates.
For sellers located in Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Hungary, Romania, and Poland
Etsy will send EUR to your bank account on file. Your bank may charge foreign exchange fees to deposit these funds to your account.
When you sign up for Etsy Payments, you will accept PayPal through Etsy Payments and will not receive funds to your own PayPal account. Learn more.
For sellers located in Turkey
As PayPal does not operate in Turkey, PayPal is not available to Etsy sellers located in Turkey. This means that sellers located in Turkey cannot accept PayPal in their shops. Your buyers will need to choose another form of payment at checkout.
If you already offer PayPal in your shop and are located in Turkey, PayPal will be removed after you sign up for Etsy Payments. If you have any questions, please contact Etsy Support.
When you open an Etsy shop, you select your bank country. This becomes the country for your shop, and for the bank account for your shop. You must use a bank account from the country on file with your shop.
Unless you’re moving within the Eurozone, we can’t update your bank account country.
Instead, you have two options:
- You can continue to use your current bank account on file if you still have access to do so
- You can open a new shop and select the bank country that your bank account is held in
If your bank country is currently within the Eurozone, and you want to update to another bank account held within the Eurozone, we can update your bank country for you.
Click I still need help and include the country you’re moving to in your message.
If you are receiving an error that your bank information isn’t in the right format, you need to ensure that the format matches how bank accounts are formatted in your country. Check your government’s website to see how bank accounts are formatted in your selected country.