How to Find the Sold Price on any Etsy Listing
Posted by Michael Cannata on
How to price the sold price on any Etsy listing
Have you ever wondered what a product sold for on Etsy? You might be a seller yourself, doing research for your business or you may be a buyer trying to figure out a good price to pay. Well, I am here to provide you the answer.
Steps to finding out the sold price to any etsy listing:
- Find a sold listing
For this example we will be using a sold listing of mine. If you want to follow along yourself, click on this link. https://www.etsy.com/listing/701348738/custom-anchor-and-name-coasters
- Click on the white space next to the listing
- The sold listing now appears!
- Right click on the space next to the description so this option box appears
- Click “Inspect”
- When this “Inspect element” box appears press “Ctrl” + “F” to find a specific string of code
- Type “price into the find box (yes, only the opening “). You should see what Is shown below, a yellow highlighted section of code
- Last step is to scroll down and you will see the price this listing sold for!
I hope this helps follow sellers and buyers find what prices they should be selling their products for. Let me know if you have any questions! Do you have any other free ways to find sold listing prices? Let me know below in the comments.
An update to my comment of July 3rd 2022, Etsy have now removed the price from the ‘Preview Item Details’ of sold items, that they were showing a few months ago!
And to Danielle St Pierre’s query on March 24, 2021, yes Michael’s tip definitely still works as I’ve just done it myself this morning on this sold item: https://www.etsy.com/uk/listing/167023038/wonderful-victorian-snowy-winter-scene, where I can now see the sold price is £258.13.
I’ve shown in this pic https://bit.ly/Etsy-Sold-Price-Of-Photo how I used Michael’s 3 steps to find the price of that old photo. Took me about 30 seconds!
(nothing sinister in that link, btw!)
Thankfully, Etsy now seems to have added a ‘Preview Item Details’ button, which means your technique (though very helpful at the time, I have to say!) has been superseded.
I found I was able to check the sold price of a load of things this morning, so not quite sure when this change took place – I haven’t noticed it before.
Maybe time for an update of this article? Mildly annoying for you, given the helpful work you put in at the time. Who knows, maybe they’ll change it again at some point!
This Android application will reveal best offer accepted prices on eBay, and sold item prices for Etsy. It also saves the lookups that you do for later.
Simply share the sold item to the Best Offer app, and we’ll figure it out for you.
I have been testing constantly, and can get a best offer accepted price without having to subscribe to Terapeak!
Free with ads:
Paid so no ads:
Thank you it worked perfectly!
There is an extension for that: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/etsy-sold-out/gfdnkdedeilpicaiopcnkmgnbflgmkbk