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Drop-ship Program

The easy way for merchants to maintain a successful online storefront

About the Program

DollarDays has a drop-ship program available that can be applied for by merchants. This program is no longer open to the public.


Be an established merchant —The DollarDays Drop-ship Program is not for businesses who are just building a website or just starting to sell on Amazon.

Have an in-place website or business — To join, you must have a live, fully functional e-commerce site or an established marketplace business (i.e., Amazon or eBay) in operation for at least ninety (90) days and with a history of positive feedback.


If you're a larger business that has the technical resources and you match the criteria above, then the Drop-ship Program may be perfect for you. As a drop-shipper for DollarDays, you'll receive the following benefits, to name a few:

  • We provide you access to the drop-ship feed of products. With this spreadsheet, you'll have access to our images and content so you can use those on your site or put them into the upload template for other marketplaces like Amazon or Walmart.
  • Every order you place with us ships for $9.99 regardless of size or weight. This makes it much easier for companies to determine their costs and margins.
  • Your $125 annual membership gets you a 5% discount on each order you place. After your first $2,500 in orders, the membership pays for itself!

Do Your Research

Make sure you understand the technology of the platform on which you're selling. DollarDays only provides you with the product information in a spreadsheet format; your company is responsible for formatting the data into the format your website or marketplace needs, so look into how that works before you sign up.

Research the products you want to sell. It is important to know that DollarDays focuses on selling case packs of items; we do not break up case packs or drop-ship single items.

Look at the competition and make sure you have enough margin to sell the cases of products you want and still make money. Don't forget to take into account seller fees on the marketplaces, processing fees for PayPal and Google Pay, and even hosting fees for your website.