Tradesy is the leading online peer-to-peer resale marketplace for buying and selling luxury designer fashion. Shop styles at up to 70% off, and sell what’s in your closet to fund your next shopping spree.


Share the styles you no longer wear with the next savvy shopper on Tradesy. List pieces in great condition, from Zara to Louis Vuitton.

Set your price or we’ll recommend a fair one for you. Best of all, you can keep more than 80% of your sale and we’ll guide you along every step of the way.

When you sell an item, you can choose the simple shipping option that works best for you! Get a free Tradesy Shipping Kit, a prepaid USPS Priority Mail label, or use your own materials. Ship without any extra effort — whether it’s your first time or you’re a seasoned pro.

Get what you ordered, or your money back. Shop fearlessly knowing we’ve always got your back. If you’re concerned an item you bought isn’t authentic, just return it — for free.

***** “I’m more confident that I’ll receive a quality product from Tradesy” - USA Today
***** “eBay and Etsy have a new neighbor” - Good Morning America
***** “I love Tradesy. It makes shopping and selling items so easy. I would recommend it to everybody.” - Rach4144
***** “Love it-- made over $1,200 my first two months!” -Lgzjj


Tradesy is a curated marketplace where millions of women buy and sell luxury fashion. We’re on a mission to bring trust and fairness to fashion, making great style affordable and accessible to everyone.

What’s New

Version 3.23.2

Improvements to the Listing Experience and more bug fixes to keep you shopping without a glitch.
As always, if you experience any app issues or have any questions, please give us a shout at

Ratings and Reviews

4.9 out of 5
43.3K Ratings

43.3K Ratings

chrissyrds ,

Selling fees are too high and it takes forever to get paid

The Pros for using Tradesy is that listing an item is pretty fast and effortless. They have a great response time if you have an issue. You also don’t have to worry about dealing with returns as Tradesy accepts all returns and as long as the item was as described, you get to keep the money that the item sold for. Tradesy will resell the item on its own.

The Cons for selling on Tradesy and using the app is that if you have your notifications turned on, you will get too many marketing notifications throughout the day. The seller fees are also exuberantly high with no explanation as the selling fee is 19.2% on Tradesy while it is only 10% on eBay. Tradesy also charges sellers a 2.8% transfer fee which should be free considering that they are already getting 19.2% commission. The worst part about using Tradesy to sell your item is that it takes forever to get paid. If you have a good reputation selling on eBay, your funds are available immediately for use. Not on Tradesy. It can take 3 weeks to get your money and there really is no justification for this. They should have a buyers review or rating system like all of the other selling apps and if the buyer is happy with their purchase, your funds should be released immediately. A few years back they would release your funds within 3 days after the buyer received the item. Now it is 3 weeks which is not at all fair to the seller.

Pina Records ,


I’m a newbie in this re-saling thing. What I totally love about the app is that when you sale an item you are not getting it back just because it didnt fit or the buyer just didn’t want it anymore. As long as you are selling an item as described and %100 authentic you won’t be expecting any returns because tradesy will sell it for you. It is so simple to list an item and the shipping options are just perfect.
Now what I’m not happy about is the commission fee they charge. I have read several reviews and every seller is upset about this super high rate. %19.2 is not inly high but pretty unfair, and after dealing with this fee you have to pay and extra %2.8 for transferring your earning into your account. I know Tradesy does the work and it works like a charm but considering the millions of dollars WE CONTRIBUTE to produce I SERIOUSLY recommend you to give it a serious thought about lowering this rates. You are loosing valuable sellers and It’s not like the app does everything to justify that %20

Ps: like I said I’m new in this while thing but have already sold $10k in premium designer things. However I’m seriously consider using another platform if you guys keep the high rates.

5ftqueenie ,

Lots to love, lots to not

First the good: for creating listings it’s my favorite app. Love the number of pictures, the space allowed for descriptions, super easy and user-friendly process. The bad is bad enough that I don’t list or open the app as often as I could. First: there is an issue/bug with their pricing assessment (“sell faster, sell slower scale). New with box/tags designer items that retail for over $2000 that get a $1-$2 low, high range. Yes, that means Tradesy assesses top “value” as $2. This has happened many times. What’s up with that? You can still list at your own price, but I have a hard time believing this does not effect the algorithm for visibility/staff pics/featured items, etc. It likely is interpreted as price gouging. Next: no feedback for sellers. How can buyers put their trust in me? Third: the interface for seeing your earnings after a sale is terrible. Lastly, this BIG and not necessarily related to the app, but it takes forever to get paid. A month or more. Even when buyers contact me about being in love with their purchase. This is the main reason I don’t list on the site as much as I could. It’s even slower than it was prior to their commission hike that promised to improve seller’s experience. The “transfer fee” adds insult to injury given how long the payments take. I know others have voiced all the same issues, I guess Tradesy doesn’t care enough about their sellers to make some very necessary changes.

App Privacy

The developer, Tradesy, Inc., indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Used to Track You

The following data may be used to track you across apps and websites owned by other companies:

  • Purchases
  • Financial Info
  • Contact Info
  • User Content
  • Search History
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Purchases
  • Financial Info
  • Contact Info
  • User Content
  • Search History
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More


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