Wildberries will reduce the commission for some electronics sellers from 5% to 1% – but by the end of the year.


The reduced commission will apply to sellers who deliver goods from their warehouses.

  • Wildberries has lowered the commission from 5% to a minimum of 1% for sellers who use the Fulfillment By Sellers sales scheme – they deliver goods from their warehouses directly to customers, the company told vc.ru.
  • The commission from sales of smartphones, laptops, computers, tablets, video cards, hard drives, monitors and other goods will remain reduced until the end of the year, Wildberries noted. But the changes will not affect all categories of electronics – for some, the commission will remain at 5%.
  • The marketplace will reduce tariffs to attract new suppliers of electronics and expand the range, added a company spokesman. Now Wildberries have 6.4 thousand sellers of electronics and household appliances – this category brought the company 46.6 billion rubles in 2020.
  • As of November, suppliers of all categories using the FBS sales scheme pay a reduced commission of up to 5%. When using other models, the commission is from 5 to 15%, depending on the category.
  • In January, Yandex.Market reduced tariffs for sellers of all categories of goods to 2%. Since February 2021, most Ozon suppliers pay a commission of 5% of the value of the goods, the minimum commission is 4%, the maximum is 15%.

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