New: Automatic inventory tracking for your band merch

Great news if you’re selling physical items (CDs, vinyl, merch, tickets): you can now set "in stock" quantities and manage your inventory in the Store feature!  

More and more artists are selling limited-edition items like signed albums and posters, or even a one of a kind, hand crafted items. Now you can set a quantity of items to be "in stock" and you won’t need to worry about someone trying to purchase an item after it sells out. It also works well for things like tickets with a limit number of seats available.

Whenever a fan purchases an item from your store, the inventory will automatically decrease. When there are no items left, it will display as “out of stock” on your website and you’ll know it’s time to reorder.

And as always, with our Store feature you get to keep 100% of your sales!

[The Ultimate Guide to Selling Band Merch Online]

Inventory tracking is a PRO feature, a plan that includes other awesome stuff like album pre-orders, selling PDFs and videos, sale pricing, and creating unlimited download codes.

How it works

  • In the Pages tab, click add feature, and select “Store”, or select an existing Store feature in your pages.

  • Click add product, and choose to create a new product, or add an existing one

  • Set Track Inventory to Yes, and enter the number of items you have available in stock.

  • If you have variations of your product available, you can also track the amount of stock available for each variation.

  • Click Save.

It’s that simple. Once you sell out of something, simply update the inventory for the item in your Store when you have new items available.

Make more money as a musician! Keep 100% of your revenues when you sell music, merch, & tickets through your website. Sign up free with Bandzoogle now.


Malicia Roxx
Posted by Malicia Roxx on Feb 9 2015 11:35 AM
Great. Thanks BZ!
Jason Grooms
Posted by Jason Grooms on Feb 9 2015 7:58 PM
Alert when reaching a certain amount remaining(percentage/number) so you can restock?
Peter Apel Music
Posted by Peter Apel Music on Feb 10 2015 12:03 PM
Awesome. Thanks, BZ!
Dave Cool
Posted by Dave Cool on Feb 10 2015 12:22 PM
Jason: Thanks for the suggestion, will definitely pass it along.
Dave Cool
Posted by Dave Cool on Feb 10 2015 12:24 PM
Malicia & Peter: Great, glad you like the new feature! Lots more great stuff on the way...
Shane Speal
Posted by Shane Speal on Feb 10 2015 2:21 PM
Creek Heathens
Posted by Creek Heathens on Feb 10 2015 9:15 PM
Thank you very much! One feature I've been waiting for since starting!
Dave Cool
Posted by Dave Cool on Feb 11 2015 12:15 PM
Ha, awesome. This feature seems pretty popular, glad you guys are happy.
Flyy Home
Posted by Flyy Home on Feb 12 2015 12:58 PM
Blake Lennon Music
Posted by Blake Lennon Music on Feb 13 2015 11:38 AM
I have been a Bandzoogle customer for a handful of years now. This has been practically my only suggestion for the site and the store for a long time. If you read through the forums like I did, I really felt like I was one of the few if not only customer's saying much of anything regarding this (in my eyes) clearly mandatory feature for anyone with an online business in this day and age. I'm not generally a vocal identity online, but I've felt since day one that if someone clicks on something they see in a store online, they expect it to be available, obviously! I feel almost vindicated to read this announcement. Perhaps someone read my pleas. Or perhaps "you" just realized how much a necessity this should have always been for a website that has a store. I don't have a "big site". I've always payed the extra $5 a month for the Standard plan over the Lite plan ONLY to have the option of selling physical products. I don't need unlimited file storage. I don't need 25 pages. Once again, I'm clearly not a big site. What I need is a store that works. It truly is disappointing that this simple feature has only been placed under a "PRO" plan. I understand that you want to set your product offerings apart. This should not be involved. I kindly ask that you include this stock list (number box) on all stores. In short, it will make customers happy and the Bandzoogle brand better. I've been touting Bandzoogle for a long time. To finally see this code added to the mix is great. To see I would need to dish out another $5 every month is simply upsetting and I feel I deserve better from such a leader like Bandzoogle. We deserve better. I hope this message reaches someone who cares enough to follow through. I'd be happy to offer more input on the subject. Good day to you all.
Thomas Rellim
Posted by Thomas Rellim on Feb 14 2015 1:24 AM
Bandzoogle is great! Thanks for adding more features. Keep up the excellent work!
MF Ruckus
Posted by MF Ruckus on Feb 15 2015 5:56 PM
What would be the best way to update inventory following on-site sales at shows?
Dave Cool
Posted by Dave Cool on Feb 17 2015 5:04 PM
MF Ruckus: After you sell some merch, just go to the item options in your store and update the inventory #'s from there.
Posted by Anonymous on Feb 17 2015 5:11 PM
Blake Lennon, We decided a while ago that, outside of the basic ability to sell music and merch, all advanced commerce features and options would be part of the Pro plan: download codes, video and ebook sales, sales pricing, pre-sales, now inventory management and, coming soon, Soundscan reporting (and more). Obviously we want more members to pick the Pro plan when they sign up and we want to keep giving members new reasons to upgrade. This allows us to keep growing the platform (themes, features, options) while keeping our pricing plans the same. Keep in mind also that we're one of the only providers who doesn't take a commission on your sales. i hope this clarifies why we made Inventory tracking a Pro only option. We plan to keep making the Pro plan and all our plans more valuable, and your comments and suggestions are what help us achieve that.
Double G Ent.
Posted by Double G Ent. on Mar 1 2015 11:48 AM
Im new to Bandzoogle but I genuinely appreciate everything you guys do. You have a plethora of options that makes it possible for artists to not only reach fans in a professional way, but you guys are also making possible to actually be profitable. You guys are awesome.
Dave Cool
Posted by Dave Cool on Mar 2 2015 4:51 PM
Thanks Double G Ent.! I'll pass along your comments to our whole team, much appreciated. Let us know if you ever need any help with your site.
Sick of Sarah
Posted by Sick of Sarah on Mar 3 2015 7:56 PM
This is awesome! Thanks :)
Sylvain Picard
Posted by Sylvain Picard on Apr 7 2015 12:29 AM
Great! Thank you! Looking forward to the soundscan reporting...
Stolen Rhodes
Posted by Stolen Rhodes on Sep 25 2016 12:52 AM
This is great. I have a request/recommendation. Can you add the ability to do differentiated pricing by product variation? I'd like to be able to set a base price for an item and then add fees as needed for select variations. Right now, I have to duplicate the item to have a different price which creates a cluttered look within the store and hinders a smooth customer experience. For example, on most pro sites, pricing of a shirt would show as $20 and then when you click the size drop down, you see that 2XL is +$5. I have the pro level account through bandzoogle and overall have had a great experience. Thanks for considering this upgrade!