Uniswap Fee Calculator: Calculate Uniswap Trading Fees

You can use the Uniswap fee calculator below to calculate your trading fees on Uniswap. Uniswap is a decentralized exchange and charges a trading fee of 0.30%, 1.00% or 0.05% depending on the pair.

How to calculate Uniswap fees?

Step 1: Enter your trade size in ETH or ERC-20 tokens in the ”trade size” field. For example, if you swap 2.93 ETH to AAVE, enter ”2.93” as your trade size. If you swap 85 LINK to ETH, enter ”85”.

Step 2: Choose the fee rate of the pair you trade and click on the ”calculate” button.

Note: There are also transaction fees you need to pay when approving a token and making a trade. To check Ethereum gas prices, visit ETH Gas Station. Also, if you are a liquidity provider, check out our guide to impermanent loss.

How much fees does Uniswap charge?

Uniswap has three fee tiers, 0.05%, 0.30%, and 1.00%. Depending on the pair you trade, you will be charged a 0.05%, 0.30% or 1.00% fee per trade regardless of your trade size.

While most trading pairs on Uniswap have a 0.30% fee, especially stablecoin pairs such as USDC/USDT have a 0.05% fee.

Uniswap pairs with a 0.05% fee:


Uniswap pairs with a 1.00% fee:

  • USDC/ETH (There is also another USDC/ETH pool with a 0.05% fee)
  • DAI/ETH (There is also another DAI/ETH pool with a 0.05% fee)

*The list above only includes major trading pairs on Uniswap. For fees of other pairs, please refer to this page.

How to reduce Uniswap fees?

There is no way to reduce Uniswap fees. Uniswap is a decentralized exchange that is powered by smart contracts and a 0.30%, 0.05% or 1.00% fee is charged from every trade automatically.

If you want to pay lower fees, you can use centralized exchanges like Binance or check out other decentralized exchanges:

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