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How to purchase an item on Reverb

To purchase an item on Reverb:

  • Find an item you want to purchase on
  • Select Add to cart.
  • Choose your preferred payment method within your Cart.
  • Select Proceed to checkout.
  • If you’re signed in to your Reverb account, confirm your shipping address and payment details.
  • If you’re checking out as a guest, choose Checkout as a guest. Fill in your shipping and payment details.* We recommend creating a Reverb account for added benefits and convenience in tracking your purchase.
  • Select Continue.
    • For PayPal, choose PayPal Check out.
    • For Affirm Financing, choose Check Out with Affirm
  • Review your order to check that your information and order are correct.
  • Select Place Order.

* Shipping Labels can only be created for your full, legal shipping address. Extra characters, including emojis, may result in an error.

When you buy on Reverb, you're purchasing from individual sellers. If you have any questions about an item or order, contact the seller directly.

Not sure what to buy? Read our Music gear buying guides.

Shopping internationally? Check out our International buying guide.

Credit card declined? Learn about Why was my credit card declined at checkout?

We will send you a confirmation email for each purchase you’ve completed. If you have any questions about your order, be sure to contact the seller directly.

Additional resources

How do offers work on Reverb?

Want to negotiate the price of an item? Learn how.

Why was I charged tax on my order?

Learn about marketplace tax policies.

How state sales tax applies to Reverb orders

You may get charged tax depending on where your purchase is going. Learn more.

My payment is processing, what does that mean?

Learn about the payment processing timeline.

Where can I view my seller’s return policy?

Be sure you are able to locate the item's return policy. Learn how.

Can I use a prepaid debit or gift card to buy gear on Reverb?

Understand how these forms of payment work and troubleshooting steps.

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