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Topic: Is Etsy just for the US?  (Read 2029 times)
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« Reply #10 on: April 07, 2009 02:37:11 AM »

I'm in Sweden and my shop is going well, but I of course Etsy still feels very American. I offer people within Sweden to order by e-mail instead and pay in SEK, not dollars - that would be ridiculous and expensive. I wish you could choose currencies on Etsy and also that it would be easier to navigate for those who aren't used to shopping on English sites.

The postage for the items I sell is only between $2 and $10.50 worldwide (a piece) and shipping typically takes around 4-5 days.
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« Reply #11 on: April 15, 2009 06:28:53 AM »

I'm in England and have never found this to be a problem. I have two shops now, one has 130 sales and the other I've only started listing on yesterday. With the older shop I'd say about 80% of orders have been from the US, but I have had a reasonable number from Europe. I find that postage doesn't take too long either.
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