How do I start my free online store?
While it's free to build an online store through Square, you'll still cover per-transaction processing fees when you make a sale. And you'll need to give Square your banking information before you can begin processing payments.
- Visit Square’s website by clicking Get Deal above.
- Click Start a free online store.
- Enter your full name, email address and create a password.
- Select your business industry and indicate whether you plan to sell in-person, online or both. Click Continue.
- Enter your full name, business address, date of birth, phone number and Social Security number. Click Continue.
How much does Square cost?
Square’s standard service tier comes with a free card reader, free access to its point-of-sale software and processing rates of 2.9% +$0.30. If you plan to also accept payments in-person, you can purchase additional hardware from Square through its website.
For more pricing information, read our full review of Square's payments platform.
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