How much does it cost to sell items on MusicSpace?

MusicSpace is free for artists to use.
Sign up now and start selling in minutes.

What commission does MusicSpace take on sales?

7% on physical goods and digital items.

As a comparison, our friends at Ba*dcamp take:

  • 10% on physical items – 42% more than MusicSpace.
  • 15% on digital items – 114% more than MusicSpace.

Payment processing fees are separate and vary depending on the size of the transaction. Typically, between 4.5% and 6.5%.

When and how do artists get paid?

Payouts from MusicSpace can be made weekly, bi-weekly, or monthly, directly to the artists PayPal or Venmo account.

MusicSpace allows artists to sell directly to fans for free.

Shipping

Shipping, oh shipping. When building MusicSpace, the team spent weeks (months) figuring out an approach that worked for everyone involved in the process. Customer, Seller, and MusicSpace. It took a while, but we cracked it.

Shipping for the Customer

The customer pays for shipping based on their location and weight/size of purchase, using real-time shipping rates.

All MusicSpace orders come with a tracking number, so the customer (and seller) can see it’s journey from artist to fan. All items shipped are also insured.

Shipping for the Artist

Artists who have shipped merch in the past know the process is annoying / time consuming / expensive / insert any other shipping horror story — waiting in line, then spending an hour scanning in orders, finding out that you can’t send T-shirts via Media Mail. The list is endless.

So, we’re proud to present a shipping solution worthy of handling your goods.

Within seconds of an order being processed on MusicSpace, the seller is automatically sent shipping labels for all orders directly to their email — labels include all the relevant shipping info directly from the order. It’s like magic. 

Print the label out, pop the item into a shipping bag, and ta-dah — you’re good to go and drop off at the post office.

Labels can be printed on standard paper, cut out, and simply taped to your package. If you have a fancy label printer, even better. Both options will work. 

We recommend these shipping bags.

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