Etsy pays its sellers on a bi-weekly schedule, which means that sellers will be paid every other week. The specific payment schedule will depend on the seller’s location, the payment method chosen and the shipping status of the order.
When a buyer makes a purchase on Etsy, the funds for the transaction are collected by Etsy and held in an account for the seller. The funds are then released to the seller on the next payment date, once the buyer has received the item or the estimated delivery date has passed.
Sellers can choose how they want to receive their payments, by direct deposit or by check. Direct deposit is the fastest way to receive the funds, you will be able to get your payment in your bank account within a week. If you choose to receive payment by check, it will take longer for the check to arrive via mail.
It’s important for sellers to keep in mind that Etsy does not release payment for an order until it has been marked as shipped or until the estimated delivery date has passed.
Sellers can also see all their transactions, including the payment schedule, in the “Transactions” section of their account on Etsy. They can also check the status of their payments and view their payment history.