How do I sell more on BrickLink?
Here are some important tips to keep in mind when selling LEGO parts on BrickLink:
- Focus on growing the number of unique parts in your store.
- Don’t overspend on inventory.
- Stay organized and build a great storage system.
- Invest in quality tools.
- Provide quality customer service.
- Maintain competitive pricing.
- Create a brand.
Can you sell on BrickLink?
There are 3 ways to list items for sale on BrickLink: Sell Item – Add items to your inventory one at a time. Mass Inventory Upload – Add many items to your inventory at once via a file in XML format. Part Out a Set – Enter a set number and view parts and minifigs in that set ready for upload into your inventory.
Is BrickLink a good way to make money?
I saw a way that I could grow my LEGO business. There has been a lot of talk recently about selling LEGO by weight. Whilst this makes selling LEGO easy, the return you will get is usually very poor for what LEGO is actually worth. Bricklink, on the other hand, is one of the best ways to sell LEGO for cash.
What percentage does BrickLink take?
|Order Batch Total||BrickLink Store Fee|
|$0 USD – $500 USD||3% of the Order Total|
|$500.01 USD – $1,000 USD||3% of the initial $500 ($15), plus 2% of the remaining total|
|Over $1,000 USD||3% of the initial $500 ($15), plus 2% of the initial $500.01 – $1,000 ($10), plus 1% of the remaining total|
Is it free to sell on BrickLink?
Please note that BrickLink will not charge you for opening a store, nor will they charge you listing fees when you upload items.
Does BrickLink take a cut?
The first is the fees you must pay on your Bricklink sales, which is 3% of the total of each order (without shipping and other add-on fees).
Can you make a living reselling LEGO?
There are many ways to make money from Legos, ranging from companies making Lego-themed movies and merchandise to more common and simplemethods. The most common way people make money from Legos is by buying and then reselling them for profit. There are thousands of Lego enthusiasts doing this today.
What happens if you don’t pay on BrickLink?
Completing a Non-Paying Buyer Alert & Consequences: When that happens, the following are consequences for the non-paying buyer: 1 Canceled Order – Warning. 2 Canceled Orders – Warning. 3 Canceled Orders – Buyer Privileges are permanently revoked.
What are Bricklinks fees?
When Sellers make a sale of a MOC Package on MOC Shop, the Seller is charged a transaction fee of 5% of the net MOC Package price (list price before value added tax (VAT), shipping and handling and other fees are added) (such transaction fee is referred to as the “MOC Store Fee”).
How do I shop on Bricklink?
1. Bricklink Site Overview 1 – Search Bar. Input either the item description or the Part ID 2 – Log in / User area. Manage your BL account here. You also need to login to access your wishlist. 3 – Cart area. Section where you can see which stores you’re currently shopping in.
How do I buy items from Bricklink wishlist?
Using the Wishlist to buy pieces Clicking the [Easy Buy] button in the previous photo will have Bricklink automatically search stores that fit your criteria for a list and estimate your total cost per store and total for all stores.
Can You part out Lego sets on Bricklink?
Selling parts on BrickLink can be extremely time consuming. For that reason, you need to make sure that any LEGO sets you buy to part-out for your BrickLink inventory need to be purchased at a price that pays you for the time invested to part out the set and fulfill the orders.
What’s it like to sell vintage parts on Bricklink?
It’s a lot of work. You better love sorting, organizing, pulling parts, and repeating that process over and over. As a big buyer on Bricklink, I see a lot of sellers parting out new sets, which makes listing a breeze. But what I really, really need, are more sellers posting specialty vintage parts from the 70s-00s.