Are you trying to figure out how OpenSea bundles work?
Perhaps you’ve already created your first OpenSea bundles but now you can’t seem to figure out how to order the items the way you want?
Well, don’t worry because we’ve dug into this topic and have finally figured out how it works,
In this guide, you’ll how to create and sell OpenSea bundles as well as how to influence the order of the items in a bundle on OpenSea.
Let’s get started.
Key Points (tl;dr)
- Bundles are an effective way of selling batches of multiple items in one go and saving gas fees at the same time.
- You can easily find bundles on OpenSea by simple filtering the search results via the dropdown menu at the top of the results to “Bundles”.
- Bundles also look slightly different on OpenSea. They have a “gallery” icon in the bottom left corner as well as small blue dots in the bottom right corner that act like a gallery slider.
- Creating and selling a bundle on OpenSea is a very simple 3-step process:
- Step 1: Go to your profile and select the items you want to bundle.
- Step 2: Click the blue “Sell Bundle” button in the bottom right corner.
- Step 3: Add a name, description, price, and complete the listing.
- You cannot manually adjust the order of the items in a bundle because they are displayed in the order of how recently they were created.
For a step-by-step guide on how to sell a bundle on OpenSea, PLEASE READ THE FULL ARTICLE.
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What is a Bundle on OpenSea?
OpenSea bundles are two or more items that have been batched together in a single marketplace listing. Whoever buys the bundle will receive all of the items it contains.
The feature was first introduced in October 2018 when it was one of the most requested features from its users.
OpenSea bundles allow you to sell a group of items all in one go.
You might be asking yourself why anyone would want to do that?
Well, sometimes it can be easier to bundle together various NFTs and sell them as an entire batch.
The other obvious benefit is that you can list the bundle for free and then settle it in a single transaction.
Please bear in mind that if you’ve listed any of the items separately and they sell, the entire bundle will be delisted once the transaction completes.
How to Find Bundles on OpenSea
You can search for bundles on OpenSea by filtering the search results to “Bundles” using the dropdown menu at the top of the results. Bundles can easily be identified by the small gallery icon in the bottom left or the blue dots in the bottom right corner of the item.
If you’ve never seen OpenSea bundles before then you’re probably asking yourself how on earth you can find them.
OpenSea bundles look slightly different from regular single items.
They have 2 key differentiating elements:
- A “gallery” icon in the bottom left corner.
- Two or more blue dots in the bottom right corner.
Hovering your mouse over the gallery icon will display a small tooltip that indicates how many items are in the bundle.
The blue dots on the right work the same way as image sliders that you’ve probably seen on many other websites as well.
You can click on different blue circles to rotate through all the items.
If you want to specifically search only for OpenSea bundles, then all you need to do is switch the dropdown menu at the top of the search results from “Single Items” to “Bundles”.
Once you’ve made this change you can continue searching on OpenSea and the filter will continue to be applied.
How to Sell OpenSea Bundles
Selling OpenSea bundles is a simple 3-step process. Go to your profile and find the items you want to bundle together. Click the 3 little dots in the bottom left corner and select each item. Then click the blue “Sell Bundle” button in the bottom right corner. Finally add a name, description, and price to complete the listing.
If you’d like to create and sell your own OpenSea bundles you’ll be happy to hear that the process is incredibly simple.
Follow these 3 simple steps to create and sell a bundle:
- Step 1: Go to your OpenSea profile and identify what you want to bundle.
- Step 2: Select multiple items via the 3 little dots and hit the blue “Sell Bundle” button in the bottom right corner.
- Step 3: Add a bundle name, description and price and complete the listing.
It’s really that simple.
Some people have asked whether you can lower a bundle price on OpenSea.
Unfortunately, unlike with single items, it is currently not possible to lower a bundle price on OpenSea.
Therefore please make sure that you enter a price that you feel comfortable with.
It is also not possible to send or transfer a listed bundle to another person.
How to Order Items in OpenSea Bundles
There is no way to manually adjust the order in which items are displayed in bundles. The only way you can make sure that a specific item is shown first is by creating that item at the very end. The most recently created NFT will usually display first.
A common problem that many people stumble upon once they start working with OpenSea bundles is the order of the items inside the bundle itself.
Many people will arbitrarily batch together various items because they just want to sell multiple items in one go.
However, for other creators, the order in which the items are displayed on OpenSea can be quite important.
Imagine you’re selling a bundle of gaming items and you want the first image to act as a “cover image”.
If you don’t have control over the order of the items, the OpenSea bundles might end up looking very different than what you wanted.
Unfortunately, there is no way to manually adjust the order in which items are sorted in a bundle.
However, what we can say is that the most recently posted or minted items will usually display first.
So, if you want a particular item to serve as a cover image, make sure you create that item at the very end.
This should make sure that it is displayed first.
OpenSea bundles are a popular way for traders to sell items in bulk and save gas fees as well.
However, bear in mind that not all of the features that you may be used to form single item listings necessarily work for bundles too.