What’s The Best Panty Selling Site?

Which panty selling site is the best for selling your panties online? I get asked this question more than any other so I figured, let’s write a blog post about it.

As you know there are new panty selling websites coming out all the time.

It seems that every Tom, Dick and Jane thinks they can set up a site and there are lots of different reasons why they decide to create one.

A lot of people who create sites have come from the industry and want to create one that is better than what they’re used to selling on.

Many have great ideas and manage to create some good sites. The functionality of each differs slightly from site to site with some being easier to navigate and use than others.

And of course, many of the newer sites are advertising free subscriptions to try and lure sellers (and hopefully buyers) to join.

But not every site is great and if you’re new to selling I’d suggest establishing yourself on one of the bigger platforms rather than joining all the free ones – because the reality is, they’re quieter and still need an influx of people. So even though it’s not costing you anything, it’s not really a place you’d spend a lot of time and energy because the return on investment is nominal.

It’s not that I don’t support smaller sites, it’s just that these are better to explore after you’ve made some $$$ on more established platforms.

Ok, so let’s review the bigger ones and give you an idea of where to sell your panties…

In no order whatsoever:

Scented Pansy

I really like Scented Pansy. The owner/manager is seriously on board with the sellers (check out their interview here) and their support function is the best I’ve seen. They really help sellers and their review system seems fairest of all the sites I’ve been on.

Things I don’t like about Scented Pansy. It’s certainly quieter than some other sites. There are sellers doing really well on their judging by their hundreds of reviews however, sellers and buyers are ranked and I don’t agree with that. I think it means that a lot of sellers are overlooked because they’re ranked in the 400s and that can be crushing when you start out on the site and feel like you’ve got this massive uphill struggle ahead of you.

I like that they regularly ask their customers (sellers) for their feedback and they implement strategies that other sites won’t (like their account inactivity policy for buyers who haven’t been active). They also do charge buyers $8 to access premium functions. I think this is a really good step in the right direction.

There isn’t a social feed area to hang out in and I think that’s a mistake.

They automatically give 10 coins per month to users and I love that. You can use coins to pay for boosted listings or to send to other users or buy gifts (or even items). You can receive cash for your coins too using the Bitwage system.

The price to join is significantly cheaper than other sites at just $8 per month.

Overall, I recommend Scented Pansy but it will require a lot more work than busier sites.



I started out on Pantydeal and it’s where I made most of my money. Their site is probably the biggest panty selling site online in my opinion. They have a lot more people online than other sites I’ve been on but I do feel they skew the numbers. If there are over 2500 people online but only 200 on chat? That seems fishy to me.

There are new sellers joining all the time and there is an argument for whether the site is over saturated with sellers. But that was covered in my podcast about the economics of the industry at large and isn’t of course only Pantydeal’s problem.

This is a reason why most sites won’t charge buyers. They need buyers to buy from the large amount of sellers – that’s their business!

Moving on.

The site’s functionality is good. There are lots of ways to find and interact with buyers (so much so I made a separate training on how I used Pantydeal to find buyers).

It’s more expensive at $19 per month but if you use it right you’ll get more than that back in the first month.

Things I don’t like about Pantydeal. Well, you should listen to my podcast on why I left the site. But the short answer is that their support function absolutely sucks. And I mean seriously sucks. Non existent sucks.

They are also inconsistent in how they deal with sellers. They aren’t good at removing problematic sellers and buyers. They make up rules as they go along. Their contest is always rigged and overall the site is rife with scammers and worse. The review system is a farce. People are scared to leave negative reviews because of revenge reviews and so it’s unreliable. Finally, they send you two fake emails from “buyers” when you sign up to make you upgrade to premium to read them. That’s a scammy move in my opinion.

I have personal differences with the site, which is the reason I decided to leave having hosted their podcast for a few months.

Irrespective of how I feel about them, I’d still recommend it as a site for sellers. Worth the investment if you want to learn how to sell panties.



I’m not recommending Pantytrust to anyone. If you want to know why, watch this video.

It might be a legitimate site but I don’t like them at all. $50 Amazon voucher to join for lifetime membership. Luckily I managed to cancel mine when I saw how terrible it was.



Snifffr is a good panty site.

It’s super quiet, seriously quiet. Whereas Pantydeal might have 200 people on chat at any one time, Snifffr has around 20! So yeah, it’s a lot quieter.

It also has a lot of scammers too. Guys looking for freebies. Again, this is the same on most sites.

I still like it and use it.

I really like the functionality of the site and how easy it is to use. It has a lot of the best bits of the other sites. It does still have the same review system as Pantydeal, which isn’t ideal.

The cost is cheap too at $6/$9 per month.


Panty.com/My Used Panties Store

This is one and the same company – due to merge to one site soon. Also owned by Pantydeal.

Easy to use and seems to have a lot of buyers. More expensive at $19.95 per month but seems to have more users than Snifffr and Scented Pansy.

The site seems better suited to EU sellers and buyers, although there are Americans there.

The functionality is similar to Pantydeal but no overview to post to.

I’d recommend this site if you’re in the EU.


These are the biggest sites and the ones I’d recommend first. If you think I’ve missed something out do let me know. These are also just my opinions. 

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35 thoughts on “What’s The Best Panty Selling Site?”

  1. The owners of Scent Pansy do a big disservice to their sellers by requiring buyers to pay for a Premium Membership just to search for a seller they want to buy from after the trial period. It’s free for a while but suddenly you are locked out for not making a purchase within the last 30days and told you must buy coins or pay to join.

  2. In my experience for the best part, the admin of most panty selling websites put the sellers first over the buyers, and as a result many buyers are ripped off by fake sellers, obviously down to the web site owners looking after their own best interests and profits by not background checking or holding the sellers accountable, to the point where I’ve even seen bad reviews removed from the sellers profile pages
    For the most part the sellers are genuine but remember this is only all made possible by the buyers having an interest in the first place, no buyers, no website profits

  3. MooMee is the best site in my opinion. It’s by far the safest for both buyers and sellers. It’s quieter than PantyDeal (which I have now left as it really is an awful site). However, money goes directly from the seller into a pocket within the site and you request for it to be paid out. This means, you aren’t negotiating with buyers and you don’t have to worry about getting your PayPal account banned. They also have great support.

  4. I Like MooMee & TuPuk both Uk based and are straight and easy to buy from, I’d like more to offer Paypal but I understand that lots of people get locked.

  5. I have a sofiagray account..paid and i even paid for the extra stuff. I am new to the game..i have not had one hit..i have an allthingsworn and pantydeal too but not the paid ones. I at least see interest there. I really need the money, i am pretty good looking but i may be too businesslike..idk i just want the next money i pay to actually not be a waste..please give me ideas on which one might actually be worth it. That 19 a month makes a huge difference ESP if its wasted and i still dont make a sale

  6. I am on ED Emporium, I love that site, nothing is too much trouble. I like to be on 2 sites & I wanted to try Moomee but they stopped taking on new sellers & now it appears to be offline? I was on Kinkie but they introduced a live chat without a block facility & it’s full of sugar daddies, so I had to cancel and lose my money because I didn’t feel safe.

  7. Started researching today and I am interested in pursuing this field. What free podcasts would you recommend to a brand new beginner?

    • There’s no point signing up for a free page, you won’t be able to do anything with it. It’s up to the buyer what payment they use and you accept so yeah, you can say you want paid in crypto. If you’re using paypal you’ll need to be very careful as you’ll lose your account sooner or later!

  8. From a buyers perspective I think PD is the best. Especially For US based. I only buy from US sellers and the communication function between buyer and seller seem to be the best. Sniffr just operates slowly all the time. Great article

  9. I’ve been trying to reactivate my PD but the credit card service site is trash. It won’t accept any payment because I’m in the US? Has anyone mentioned/encountered something like this before?

    • Yes, the payment service is trash but it’s not because you’re US. This happens regularly to other sellers. You need to call your bank to let the payment go through or contact NetDebit. It’s a nightmare and I’m sure PD are aware of it

  10. Hi there-
    I am just the past few weeks beginning to gather the necessary info/instruments, ie packaging/heat sealer, various styles of panties and other lingerie, edited (for safety) pictures, overall business plan, etc to begin selling.
    After rigorous research I’d decided on beginning my primary profile on SP.
    I’m curious, though- why do I read so little about OnlyFans? I guess with my limited social media (I generally just pop onto FB, but plan to promote with at least Twitter) it’s OF that I’ve been seeing as the latest fad for the past year.
    Have you (or anyone reading this) attempted to sell on there? Any pros or cons concerning it?

    I’ve not checked out any of your podcasts yet, but plan to take a listen tonight or tomorrow night, but found this article very informative!

    • Hi there, plenty of panty sellers take payments on their OF for physical products but it is against the TOS on OF so you run the risk getting your account shut down if you get caught x

  11. Hello! I’m only just beginning my journey into panty selling, can I ask whether your opinions on these websites have changed at all? And what are your thoughts on Sofia Gray (from a UK sellers perspective?)

    Thank you!

    • Hi love! Sofia Gray (as far as I know) hasn’t really upped its game much. My suggestion would be Panty Deal. It’s definitely got its own issues but it’s the best/biggest site to get started until things change on the site-front. I predict there may be some changes this year but if you want kept abreast of that, best to join my SBF group x

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