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  • Pricing and fees

    Pricing for Buy with Prime is pay as you go. There are three main fees associated with Buy with Prime orders: the Prime service fees, fulfillment fees, and payment processing fees, which are charged per order. You pay for what you use and all fees, except for storage, are charged only after you make a sale. Note: The Prime service fee and payment processing fees are based on order value. The fulfillment fee is calculated per unit.

  • Buy with Prime fees

    The following rate card includes all fees for Buy with Prime orders. For storage and other inventory-related fees, Fulfillment by Amazon fees will apply. These prices will go into effect March 14, 2023. Any merchants who sign up before this date may see lower fulfillment fees on Buy with Prime orders placed through March 13. 

    Rate card for Buy with Prime orders

  • Product size tiers

    Product size tiers are measurement categories based on the unit weight, product dimensions, and dimensional weight of a packaged item. The product size tier of an item is used to calculate fees.

    To determine your product size tier:

    Step 1Determine the volume and dimensions of the item.

    Step 2Determine the unit weight and dimensional weight of the item.

    Step 3Use the following table to find measurements that do not exceed the weight or the dimensions of your item.

    For Buy With Prime, Amazon uses dimensional weight when it’s greater than the unit weight for all large standard and small, medium, and large oversize items. For Buy with Prime, Amazon uses the unit weight for small standard and special oversize items. The dimensional weight is equal to the unit volume (length x width x height) divided by 139. The dimensional weight for oversize items assumes a minimum width and height of 2 inches.

  • Prime service fee

    The Prime service fee allows you to offer Buy with Prime program benefits on your ecommerce site and provides you with resources to help your brand stand out. The Prime service fee is 3% of each Buy with Prime order value, with a $1.50 minimum.

  • Fulfillment fee

    The fulfillment fee is a per-unit fee charged to fulfill items for Buy with Prime orders on your website. Fulfillment fees start at $5.38 per unit. The fulfillment fee varies depending on an item’s dimensions, weight and number of units in the same order. To determine which rates apply to your product, identify your product size tier and the units per Buy with Prime order.

    To see fulfillment and service fee details for a Buy with Prime order:

    Step 1Open the merchant console.

    Step 2On the side menu, choose Orders, and then copy the Order ID next to an item.

    Step 3Open Seller Central, and then select the Fulfillment portal.

    Step 4On the side menu, choose Orders, and then Manage orders.

    Step 5Choose View FBA orders to see your Fulfilled by Amazon, Multi-Channel Fulfillment, and Buy with Prime orders.

    Step 6Paste the Order ID into the search bar, and then choose Search.

    Step 7In the Order details column, choose the corresponding Order ID link.

    Step 8On the Order details page, choose the copy to clipboard icon next to the Amazon Order ID.

    Step 9On the side menu, choose Reports, and then Payments.

    Step 10On the Statement view page, on the Find a transaction menu, choose Seller Order ID.

    Step 11Paste the Order ID in the search bar to see the individual transactions. The individual transaction view displays columns next to the line item showing the Transaction Fixed Fee, Transaction Percentage Fee, and Total Fee.

    Step 12In the Total column, choose the hyperlinked dollar amount to see the transaction details.

    Step 13The Transaction details page shows the fulfillment fee, Prime service fee, and taxes charged for the line item. Note: Choose All Statements and then the download button to generate an Excel report from the Amazon Pay and Fulfillment areas of Seller Central, and match all the fees based on the Order ID. All fees are subject to applicable taxes.



  • Payment processing fee

    Amazon Pay offers millions of shoppers a fast, familiar way to check out on your site using the shipping and payment information from your Amazon account. Amazon Pay also verifies a shopper's Prime status so that they can check out using Buy with Prime. For more information about Amazon Pay, go to Payments.

    To see Amazon Pay processing fees for a Buy with Prime order:

    Step1Open the merchant console.

    Step2Choose Orders, and then copy the Order ID next to an item.

    Step 3Sign in to Seller Central using your Amazon Pay account information.

    Step 4On the top menu, select the Amazon Pay portal.

    Step 5On the side menu, choose Reports, and then Payments.

    Step 6In the Payments dashboard, go to the Statement View page.

    Step 7On the Find a transaction menu, select Seller Order ID.

    Step 8Paste the Order ID in the search bar, and then choose Search to see the individual transactions. The individual transaction displays columns next to the line item showing the “Transaction Amount” (how much the customer paid), the “Total Fee” (the total Amazon Pay fees), and the “Total Payout” (the amount to be disbursed to you).

  • Storage fees

    Amazon charges a monthly inventory storage fee for the space your inventory occupies in fulfillment centers. The monthly storage fee is calculated based on your daily average volume in cubic feet, based on the size of a unit that is properly packaged and ready to ship in accordance with Fulfilled by Amazon policies and requirements. Fees vary based on product size and time of year. For more information, go to Monthly inventory storage fees.

    To see storage fee details for Buy with Prime products:

    Step 1Open Seller Central.

    Step 2Choose Reports, and then Fulfillment.

    Step 3Navigate to Payments, and then choose Monthly storage fees. You can download reports as a .csv or .txt file.

Pricing FAQs

Get answers to common questions about Buy with Prime pricing.

 

 

  • Using Buy with Prime, merchants pay for what they use. The cost per unit for Buy with Prime orders depends on multiple factors, including product dimensions and weight, average order value and the number of units per Buy with Prime order. The cost includes fulfillment fee, storage fee, payment processing fee, and service fees. All fees, except for those incurred for storage, are charged only after merchants make a sale.

     

  • You can see fulfillment fee, storage fee, payment processing fee, and service fee details in your Seller Central or Amazon Supply Chain account. To see payment processing fees in Seller Central, navigate to the Payments dashboard in your Amazon Pay Seller Central account. If you’re registered for both Amazon Pay and Fulfillment by Amazon with the same username and password, you can toggle between views. To see the total fees in Amazon Supply Chain, go to Amazon Supply Chain pricing.

     

  • The Prime service fee is 3% of the Buy with Prime order value (excluding tax) with a $1.50 minimum per order.

     

  • The fulfillment fee varies depending on product dimensions, weight, and units per Buy with Prime order.

  • Monthly storage fees are charged for the space your (properly packaged and ready to ship) inventory occupies in Amazon fulfillment centers. Fees vary based on product size and time of year. You're charged storage fees between the 7th and 15th of the month following the month that you incur the fee. For more information, go to Monthly inventory storage fees.

  • An aged inventory surcharge applies to units that have been stored in a fulfillment center for 271 to 365 days. Amazon will continue to charge the aged inventory surcharge for units that have been in a fulfillment center for more than 365 days. Aged inventory surcharges are assessed using an inventory snapshot on the 15th day of each month and is in addition to the monthly inventory storage fee. For more information, go to Aged inventory surcharge.

  • Yes, storage fees increase in the months of October to January, which is the same structure that Fulfillment by Amazon uses.

  • No, you must set up Buy with Prime through the merchant console and agree to the associated policies to provide Prime shopping benefits on your site.

  • Payment processing fees are transaction based. The transaction fee comprises a domestic processing fee and an authorization fee, plus tax where applicable. These fees are only charged when a purchase is successfully authorized and processed.

  • To dispute a Buy with Prime fee, you can contact merchant support.


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