• Setting up Buy with Prime on your site depends on your ecommerce provider (ESP):

  • To set up Buy with Prime, follow this workflow:

     

    Note: For troubleshooting tips, go to Troubleshoot your Buy with Prime button.

    How do I set up Buy with Prime?

    With Buy with Prime, you can grow your ecommerce business by attracting more shoppers with Prime - offering fast, free one-day and two-day delivery and a checkout experience shoppers know and trust.

    To offer Buy with Prime on your site, you need:

    • A Professional Seller Central account to import your existing Amazon product catalog information to your Buy with Prime catalog.
    • Amazon's fulfillment services, which includes Multi-Channel Fulfillment (MCF), to offer a fast, free delivery experience for Buy with Prime orders.
    • Amazon Pay to offer shoppers a fast, familiar way to check out using the shipping and payment information from their Amazon account. For more information on setting up Amazon Pay, go to Payments.
       

    After setup, you can turn on Buy with Prime for your products, and then create button code to install on the products detail page template of your site.

    When Buy with Prime is activated on your site, US-based shoppers see the Prime badge on the product detail pages on your site for the products you have selected to offer Buy with Prime, along with real-time delivery promises throughout checkout. Using the Buy with Prime button, shoppers can directly check out with single product purchases by signing into Amazon to use their payment and shipping information and then get timely delivery notifications and easy returns.

    You'll receive Buy with Prime customer order information – including email addresses – that you can use to build direct relationships with customers.

    To learn more about Buy with Prime pricing, go to pricing.

  • Set up Buy with Prime for your site

    After you've logged in to create your business, enter your site URL, select the integration that works for your ecommerce provider, and then choose Continue.

     

    Step 1Choose Enter business details, and then enter your business type, legal business name, address, and phone number. Then, choose Continue. Note: The email address that you use with Seller Central or Multi-Channel Fulfillment account is allowed.

    Step 2On the Link accounts and import products page, choose Link your account to link your Buy with Prime account to your Seller Central or Multi-Channel Fulfillment account.

    1. Sign in to your Seller Central or Multi-Channel Fulfillment account if you haven't already linked your account to Buy with Prime. Note: The sign-in credentials that you use must be those of the primary owner of the Seller Central or Multi-Channel Fulfillment account.

    2. Activate Amazon's fulfillment services to offer 1-2 day shipping and fulfill Buy with Prime orders using Amazon Multi-Channel Fulfillment. Choose Activate Amazon's fulfillment to continue. Note: Completing this step allows Amazon’s fulfillment services to fulfill Buy with Prime orders.

    3. Choose Import from Amazon to import your existing Amazon product catalog information to your Buy with Prime catalog. Note: Completing this step can take several hours if you're importing thousands of SKUs. For more information, go to Import from Amazon. If you want to add products manually or upload a CSV file, choose Skip for now.

    4. If you haven't already, sign up for Amazon Pay.

    5. Link your Amazon Pay account to Buy with Prime. In the URL text box, include the "https:" before your URL or pre-populate the "https:", and then choose Link Amazon Pay.

     

    Step 3To choose which products offer Buy with Prime, click Select Products, and then follow the steps in Turn on Buy with Prime for your products.

    Step 4To create and install the Buy with Prime button code, follow the steps in Create and install button code.

    Note: You can activate tax settings at any time, including setting up tax categories and tax override rules. For more information, go to Taxes. Before you add Buy with Prime, set up taxes for your orders. You’re responsible for correctly configuring your tax settings.

  • Turn on Buy with Prime for your products

    Step 1On the merchant console, go to Step 3: Turn on Buy with Prime for your products.

    Step 2On the Add and manage products page, choose one of the options. You can either choose Add a product, Import from CSV, or Import from Amazon.

    Step 3If you import products, find the product that you want to offer Buy with Prime. Ensure that the product is both fulfilled by Amazon and has inventory in an Amazon fulfillment center. After you have imported your products, you can see the amount of inventory available in the Products page on merchant console.

    Note: To validate your levels of inventory, go to Check Product Inventory in Seller Central.

    Step 4Confirm that your Store SKU matches your site, and that Amazon SKUs for the product match what you have on Amazon. The Seller Central SKU and your site catalog's SKU must match or be mapped to one another. If the SKUs don't match (or aren't mapped), choose the Edit icon, and then enter the correct information.

    • You can find your Amazon SKU in Seller Central.

    • To activate the Buy with Prime button, your site SKU must match the SKU in your ecommerce catalog and your Amazon SKU must match Seller Central.

    Step 5Verify that the product price matches the price on your site. If the prices don't match, choose the Edit icon, and then enter the correct information.

    Step 6Confirm that you meet the conditions to offer Buy with Prime.

    Step 7Turn on Offer Prime. Note: By default, shoppers who aren’t Prime members are offered the option to sign up for Prime or resume a paused Prime membership during Buy with Prime checkout. To deactivate this default option, go to the Amazon services tab, and then locate Prime membership prompt on the landing page. Choose the Actions icon […], and then choose Deactivate Prime membership prompt. Its status changes to Inactive.

    Note: For more information, go to Catalog.

  • Create the Buy with Prime button code

    Note: Before creating the code for your Buy with Prime button, ensure that you've completed the Buy with Prime setup and selected which products offer Buy with Prime.

    Step 1On the merchant console, go to Step 4: Create and install button code.

    Step 2On the Create Buy with Prime button page, add your site details:

    • Select your ecommerce service provider from the dropdown list.
    • Enter your store name.
    • Enter the URL for the privacy policy that you show on your site.
    • Enter the URL for your terms & conditions that you show on your site.

     

    Step 3Under Your URLs, enter your site URL with and without the "www" (such as, "example.com"), and then choose Add URL.

    Step 4If you have variations of products that are on the same product detail page, such as different colors and sizes, select the indicator to confirm that you have variations. By selecting variations, the code generator adds a line to your code to make variations available to shoppers.

    Step 5(Optional) Upload your business logo. Shoppers see your business name as part of the branded checkout and order confirmation experience. Upload a logo, or shoppers will see your business name displayed in text. For instructions on logo upload and troubleshooting go to Set up a business logo for Buy with Prime.

    Step 6(Optional) Customize the appearance of the Buy with Prime button. Choose Customize button to be directed to a new page where you can customize how your Buy with Prime button appears on your ecommerce site. For more information, go to To customize your Buy with Prime button.

    Step 7Choose Create button.

    Step 8Choose Copy, and then add the code to the product detail page template. The Buy with Prime button displays on your product pages for any product in your Buy with Prime product catalog that you've selected to offer Buy with Prime.

    Important: To share the button code with someone else, add them as an admin in your Team Management settings so that they can access the button code internally. If you copy the button code into email, text, or other messaging tool, it can add extra characters to the code that might cause the button to not appear. If you're giving someone temporary admin access, remember to remove them later.

  • Install the Buy with Prime button code

    After you create the Buy with Prime button code, you need to add it to the product detail page template on your site.

    The process for adding the Buy with Prime button code depends on how your site is built and the theme you use.

    This content is applicable to standard themes. If you're using a custom theme, go to Troubleshoot your Buy with Prime button.

    Note: When you install the Buy with Prime button code, you need to edit the theme of your ecommerce site, regardless of whether it uses a standard theme or a custom theme. If you later change or update the theme, you may inadvertently change or erase certain features of your ecommerce site theme, including your Buy with Prime button code. If this is the case, you'll see that the Buy with Prime button has disappeared from your site. If you're planning to change or update your theme after you've added the Buy with Prime button code, make sure to copy the button code (and note its location within the theme) so that you can add it back in again.

    Save a copy of your product detail page template and follow the general instructions. After you’ve finished installing the Buy with Prime button code, preview the Buy with Prime button for the products that you've set up on your site. 

  • Ecommerce Providers

    The following table lists the current compatibility of the Buy with Prime button with ecommerce providers.



  • Add Buy with Prime to your BigCommerce site

    Step 1Sign in to your BigCommerce store.

    Step 2From the side menu, choose Storefront, and then Themes.

    Step 3To create a copy of your current theme, from the Advanced dropdown list, select Make a copy.

    Step 4From the copied theme, choose the more options […] menu, and then Edit Theme Files.

    Step 5In the file tree, open the product detail page template. For example, if you're using the default theme, choose templates, componentsproduct view, and then product-view.html

    Note: Depending on your theme, your path might be different.

    Step 6Paste the Buy with Prime button code below the add to cart or payment options on the page.

    Tip: Try searching for "cart" to find the right location in the file. 

    Step 7Choose Save File.

    Step 8Use Preview mode on your site to review the Buy with Prime button, and then choose Save.

    Step 9If you’re editing a copy, choose Use as Active Theme, and then Publish.

    If the Buy with Prime button doesn't appear on your site, go to Troubleshoot your Buy with Prime button. If you’re still having issues, contact merchant support.

     

  • Add Buy with Prime to your WooCommerce site

    Note: Because you're adding the Buy with Prime button code as Hypertext Preprocessor (PHP) code,  you don’t need to edit your theme’s functions.php file or reinstall the PHP code when you make changes to your theme.

    Step 1Open your WooCommerce or WordPress cPanel dashboard.

    Step 2Install the WPCode Lite Plugin, previously known as WPCode. This plugin helps to insert headers, footers, and code. If you already have the WPCode Lite Plugin installed, skip to Step 6. If you don’t have the WPCode Lite Plugin, continue to Step 3.

    Step 3On the Plugins page, choose Add New.

    Step 4In the Search Plugins field, enter “WPCode Lite”, and then choose Search.

    Step 5Install the Plugin, and then choose Active. A new option called Code Snippets appears on your dashboard side menu.

    Step 6From the side menu, choose Code Snippets, then Code Snippets, and then Add New.

    Step 7Choose Create Custom Snippet.

    Step 8In the Add title for snippet field, enter “Buy with Prime”.

    Step 9For Code Type, select PHP Snippet.

    Step 10In the Code Preview editor, paste the following code:

    add_action( 'woocommerce_after_add_to_cart_form', 'QL_add_text_under_add_to_cart' );
    function QL_add_text_under_add_to_cart () {
    global $product;
    ?>
    

    Step 11On the Install Buy with Prime button code page, locate the Buy with Prime button code block.

    Step 12Copy the code lines 2 through 8, which excludes the first line and the last line.

    Step 13Go back to the WPCode plugin Code Preview editor, and then paste the code that you copied in step 12 on line 5 of the code.

    Step 14In the Code preview editor, move to line 12, and then copy and paste the following code:

    <?php
    }
    

    The final code will look as follows:

     <?php
    add_action( 'woocommerce_after_add_to_cart_form', 'QL_add_text_under_add_to_cart' );
    function QL_add_text_under_add_to_cart () {
        global $product;
        ?>
    <script async fetchpriority='high' src='https://code.buywithprime.amazon.com/<your file name>.js'></script>
    <div
        id="amzn-buy-now"
        data-site-id="<your site ID"
        data-widget-id="your button ID"
        data-sku="<?php echo $product->get_sku(); ?>"
    ></div>
      <?php
    }
    

    Step 15Choose Active, and then Update.

    Note: If you don't see the Buy with Prime button on your site, clear your WooCommerce cache and cookies and refresh your page. If the Buy with Prime button doesn’t appear on your product page, go to Troubleshoot your Buy with Prime button or contact merchant support.

    Note: The Buy with Prime button code that you pasted on your site points to the woocommerce_after_add_to_cart_form page hook as shown in the following example:

    <?php
    add_action( 'woocommerce_after_add_to_cart_form', 'QL_add_text_under_add_to_cart' );
    function QL_add_text_under_add_to_cart () {
    global $product;
    ?>
    

    There are additional WooCommerce product page hooks that you can use instead of woocommerce_after_add_to_cart_form. For example, you can use a different page hook, such as: woocommerce_before_add_to_cart_button  or woocommerce_product_meta_start to install the Buy with Prime button near your Add to Cart button.

    To use a different web hook, modify the Buy with Prime button code. The following code shows the code using the woocommerce_product_meta_start page hook:

    <?php
    add_action( 'woocommerce_product_meta_start', 'QL_add_text_above_description_form' );
    function QL_add_text_above_description_form() {
    global $product;
    ?>
    

    To learn more about where to place the Buy with Prime button code on your site based on page hooks, go to WooCommerce visual hook display.

     

    Simplified method to add Buy with Prime to WooCommerce sites

    If your store is hosted on WordPress, perform the following steps:

    Step 1From your WordPress admin portal, choose Appearance, and then Theme File Editor.

    Step 2From the side file hierarchy, find the WooCommerce template-functions.php file. For example, choose inc, WooCommerce, and then THEME-WooCommerce-template-functions.php.

    Note: Depending on your theme, your path might be different.

    Step 3Paste the Buy with Prime button code at the last line of code. For example:

    Add_action( 'woocommerce_after_add_to_cart_button', 'QL_add_text_under_add_to_cart' );
    function QL_add_text_under_add_to_cart () {
       global $product;
       ?>
       <script async fetchpriority="high" src="https://code.buywithprime.amazon.com/<your file name>.js"></script>
       <div
          id='amzn-buy-now'
          data-site-id="<your site ID>"
          data-widget-id="<your button ID>"
          data-sku='<?php echo $product->get_sku(); ?>'
       ></div>
    <?php
    }
    

    The Buy with Prime button is automatically installed below Add to Cart.

    Tip: If you're having issues installing the button, replace the <div> tag with <div>Hello World</div> to verify that the editor is accurately installing the HTML code below the Add to cart button. For example:

    <div>
         Hello World
    </div>
    

    Note: If the Buy with Prime button doesn’t appear on your product page, go to Troubleshoot your Buy with Prime button or contact merchant support.

     

  • Add Buy with Prime to other ecommerce provider or custom site

    Step 1Locate where the product detail page template file is stored for your site. 

    Step 2Identify the naming convention of the SKU identifier in that template. For example, "product.sku".

    Step 3In the Buy with Prime button code, find the line data-sku="{{product.sku}}".

    Step 4Replace product.sku with the naming convention of the SKU identifier from your site template from Step 2.

    Step 5Paste the Buy with Prime button code below the add to cart or payment options on the page.

    Tip: Try searching for the terms payment or cart to find the right place in the code.

    Step 6Preview your site before publishing the changes.

    Note: The Buy with Prime button only renders on the top-level domain you entered when creating the button. If your testing environment loads on a different domain, the button won't render.

    Tip: If you've completed the steps to set up Buy with Prime, go to your site's product detail pages to confirm the Buy with Prime button is rendering correctly. For troubleshooting help, go to Troubleshoot your Buy with Prime Button or contact merchant support.

  •  

    Validate your Buy with Prime button

    The process you use to validate your Buy with Prime button is based on whether your products have variations.  

    Buy with Prime button validation if your site doesn't have variations

    To validate that the Buy with Prime button is working correctly on your site, follow these steps:

    Step 1Check that the Buy with Prime button appears correctly at the desired location. 

    Step 2Check that the correct SKU appears at checkout after you choose Buy with Prime

    Step 3If the Buy with Prime button isn't working, verify that you've completed all the button installation steps correctly.

    Note: If you're outside the US and the Buy with Prime button doesn't appear on your site, try using a VPN server during the installation. If you're still having issues, contact merchant support.

     

    Buy with Prime button validation if your site has variations

    To validate that the Buy with Prime button is working correctly on your site, follow these steps:

    Step 1Check that the Buy with Prime button appears correctly when switching between variations.

    Step 2Check that the correct variation SKU appears at checkout when the Buy with Prime button is selected.

    Step 3If the Buy with Prime button isn't working, verify that you've completed all the button installation steps correctly.

    Step 4If the Buy with Prime button is still not working, use the following steps to undo the variations implementation:

    1. Go to the merchant console.
    2. Turn off Offer Prime for the product variations.
    3. Undo the Buy with Prime button implementation.

     

    Note: If you're outside the US and the Buy with Prime button doesn't appear on your site, try using VPN server during the installation. If you're still having issues, contact merchant support.

  • Manage your Buy with Prime button

    To edit the Buy with Prime button code:

    Step 1Open the merchant console.

    Step 2From the Home page, choose See Buy with Prime button code.

    Step 3Choose Edit.

    Step 4Update the ecommerce provider or the URL for your site.

     

    To customize your Buy with Prime button:

    You can customize your button at any time without affecting your code. You can select different aspects of your Buy with Prime button to match the look of your brand and product detail page design.

    Step 1Open the merchant console.

    Step 2From the side menu, choose Settings, and then Button & cart.

    Step 3On the Customize your button & cart section, choose Customize to be directed to a new page where you can customize the button.

    Step 4You can customize the following elements:

    • Options: Select the button only or the full component.
    • Style: Select your button color scheme and button corner type.


    Step 5Choose Save.

    Step 6Choose the exit icon to go back to the merchant console home page.

     

    To turn off the Buy with Prime button for a product:

    Step 1Open the merchant console.

    Step 2From the side menu, choose Products.

    Step 3Find the product you want to stop offering Buy with Prime for, then turn Offer Prime off.

     

    To turn off the Buy with Prime button for all products on your site:

    Step 1Open the merchant console.

    Step 2From the side menu, choose Settings, Amazon Services, and then Prime Settings.

    Step 3Choose the Actions icon and then Deactivate Prime. When you stop offering Buy with Prime, you remove the Buy with Prime button from all the products on your ecommerce site.

    Warning: If you remove the Buy with Prime button code from your site, without completing these steps, then shoppers can still access the URL of the checkout page that includes Buy with Prime, and still place a Buy with Prime order.

  •  

    Check product inventory in Seller Central

    Step 1Open Seller Central.

    Step 2Choose inventory.

    Step 3Choose Manage all inventory.

    Step 4Search your product by SKU, then press Enter.

    Step 5The status of your product should be Active. Products with no inventory have an Inactive status. Check for any notes related to other reasons for Inactive status.

    Step 6Check the Available column for inventory count. It should be more than zero to offer Buy with Prime.

    Learn more about how to manage your Amazon inventory.

  • Looking for something else?

  • FAQ Buy with Prime general

    • To learn more about pricing to offer Buy with Prime, go to Pricing.

       

       

    • Seller Central is the portal for navigating your Amazon seller account and selling on Amazon.com. It provides helpful tools and resources for managing sales from one convenient dashboard. Your Seller Central account links Buy with Prime to Amazon’s fulfillment network to provide shoppers on your site with the Prime delivery experience. To set up your Seller Central account, go to Professional Seller Central account.

    • No. Buy with Prime gives you the freedom to choose how and where to sell your products. You don't need to sell your products on Amazon.com to offer Buy with Prime. To prevent your products from being displayed on Amazon.com, you can set the start selling date far into the future when you create the product listing in Seller Central. This avoids showing the product for sale on Amazon.com, but allows you to set up the product with Amazon’s fulfillment services for Buy with Prime orders. To learn more, go to Professional Seller Central or Multi-Channel Fulfillment account.

    • Amazon's fulfillment services (which includes Multi-Channel Fulfillment) leverages the world’s largest fulfillment network with more than 200 fulfillment centers globally. Amazon's fulfillment services provide a fast, low-cost, and reliable solution for fulfilling orders. You can ship your inventory to Amazon fulfillment centers for storage, and then Amazon handles the picking, packing, and shipping of your products to your customers. For more information, go to Multi-Channel Fulfillment.

    • Amazon Pay is an online payments service and a checkout experience recognized by hundreds of millions of Amazon shoppers. Amazon Pay provides shoppers a secure and fast way to check out from your site using the shipping and payment information stored in their Amazon account.

      The use of Amazon Pay is based on your ecommerce service provider (ESP):

      For Shopify stores, go to Activate Amazon Pay.

      For other ESPs, go to Amazon Pay.

    • Customers who purchase a product using Buy with Prime are covered under the Amazon Pay A-to-z Guarantee. To learn more, go to Amazon Pay A-to-z Guarantee.

    • The Acceptable Use Policy lists items and activities that might be prohibited when you offer Buy with Prime. You must also follow the policies for Amazon Pay and Fulfillment by Amazon (FBA), including Amazon Multi-Channel Fulfillment in order to use those services. To learn more, go to Amazon Pay Acceptable Use Policy and FBA product restrictions.

    • You can offer Buy with Prime for selected products by selecting each individually.

    • Buy with Prime is currently only available to merchants with a United States-based entity and for orders with shipping addresses in the contiguous United States, Alaska, Hawaii, and Puerto Rico.

    • Wallets such as Amazon Pay, store a shopper's shipping address, credit or debit card credentials, and securely passes this information to the payment processor when shoppers check out. This can speed the checkout process because it pre-fills shoppers' information when checking out so that the shopper doesn't need to enter the information manually.

      To accept payments you need to activate Amazon Pay, and add Amazon Pay as a wallet in Shopify Payments in the Shopify admin.

    • Buy with Prime provides fully automated returns and refunds that streamline the customer's return experience from the time they submit a return request, to when they get a refund. To learn more, go to Returns.

    • Buy with Prime automates your customers’ refund experience when they submit a return within the free return window. To learn more, go to Refunds.

    • There are no return fees for Buy with Prime orders.

    • No. You provide customer support for your customers directly, including support related to Buy with Prime orders.

    • The Prime membership prompt allows shoppers to sign up for or resume their Prime membership directly on your site so that they can use Buy with Prime to check out. The prompt displays when a shopper without an active Prime membership chooses Buy with Prime checkout on your site.

    • Only shoppers who choose to check out with Buy with Prime and don’t have an active Amazon Prime membership see the Prime membership prompt.

    • After a shopper is signed in to their Amazon account during checkout, they’re offered the option to sign up for Prime or resume a paused Prime membership. After selecting a membership option and entering the required information, the shopper’s Prime membership is instantly activated, and they're redirected to their Buy with Prime checkout.

    • If a shopper’s Prime membership was put on hold due to billing issues, they must update their payment method to resume their Prime membership benefits and check out using Buy with Prime. They're prompted to update their payment method to resume a Prime membership after signing in to their Amazon account during Buy with Prime checkout. If a shopper doesn't want to update their payment method, they can choose No thanks and are directed back to the product detail page. They can purchase the product through your site’s checkout instead.

    • If a shopper chooses not to sign up for or resume a Prime membership, they're directed back to the product detail page and can choose to purchase the product through your site’s checkout.

    • You can deactivate the feature with the following steps:

      1. Sign in to the merchant console, and then go to the Amazon services tab.

      2. Locate the Prime membership prompt.

      3. Choose Actions, and then choose the Deactivate Prime membership. Its status changes to Inactive.

    • The Prime membership prompt status appears in the merchant console. If the status shows as Inactive, you can reactivate it by choosing Actions, and then Activate Prime membership. The status changes to Active. If the status shows as Unavailable, you can't activate the Prime membership prompt.

    • If the status of the Prime membership prompt is Unavailable, contact merchant support.

    • If your shoppers contact you with questions about Prime membership plans and benefits, or if they have trouble signing up for a Prime membership during checkout using Buy with Prime, have them contact Amazon customer service.

  • FAQ manual Buy with Prime install

    • You can stop offering Buy with Prime at any time.

       

      To turn off the Buy with Prime button for a product:

      1. Open the merchant console.
      2. From the side menu, choose Products.
      3. Find the product you want to stop offering Buy with Prime, then turn Offer Prime off.

       

      To stop offering Prime for all products on your site:

      1. Open the merchant console.
      2. On the side menu, choose Settings, Amazon Services, and then Prime Settings.
      3. Choose Actions and then Deactivate Prime. When you turn off Prime, you remove it from all the products on your site.

      Warning: If you remove the Buy with Prime button code from your site, without completing these steps, shoppers can still access the URL of the checkout page that includes Buy with Prime, and still place a Buy with Prime order.

    • 1. Open the merchant console.

      2. From the side menu, choose Products.

      3. Find the product you want to offer Buy with Prime.

      4. Confirm that the SKU correctly reflects your site catalog's SKU for the product. If the SKUs don't match, choose the Edit button and enter the correct information.

      5. Confirm that the price correctly reflects the price of the product on your site. If the prices don't match, choose the Edit button and enter the correct information.

      6. Turn Offer Prime on.

      Note: Make sure that the product is both fulfilled by Amazon and has non-zero inventory in Amazon fulfillment centers. Tip: If you've completed the steps to set up Buy with Prime and have pasted the Buy with Prime button code into the product detail page template of your site, go to your site's product detail pages to confirm the Buy with Prime button is rendering correctly.

    • Open the merchant console. From the side menu, choose Products, and then the Edit button. After you enter the editing view, choose which products you want to edit in bulk.

    • To update the SKU for your product:

      1. Open the merchant console.

      2. From the side menu, choose Products, and then the Edit button.

      3. Navigate to the Product details section, and then review and edit your site's catalog SKU and the Amazon SKU for your product.

      Note: To offer Buy with Prime for a product, the Amazon SKU for the product must match the SKU on Seller Central.

    • No, changes made in Buy with Prime don't change anything for your Amazon listings.

    • To send inventory, start by going to Seller Central to create a shipment. Next, prep and pack your products, and then send them into the fulfillment centers that Amazon designates, using the carrier of your choice. To create shipments in Seller Central, start by selecting the SKUs that you want to send from the Manage FBA inventory page, and then choose send/replenish inventory. Alternatively, you can navigate to Send to Amazon to select SKUs and then follow the steps to create your shipment. For more information on the shipment creation process and alternative methods, including integrating with Marketplace Web Service APIs or Selling Partner APIs, go to Ship products to Amazon.

    • Yes, all of your sales channels using Amazon's fulfillment services share the same pool of inventory. By using MCF to fulfill Buy with Prime orders on your site, your inventory is automatically synced.

    • No. To see inventory levels for products fulfilled by Amazon, go to Seller Central. After logging in, go to the Manage Inventory section to see all your SKUs and available quantities.

    • Any time a Buy with Prime item is ordered, a fulfillment request is automatically sent to Amazon's fulfillment services. Amazon will pick, pack, and ship the item to your customer. After the item is shipped, its status is updated to Shipped in the merchant console. Your customer also receives an order confirmation email that includes a link to track the shipment. To learn more, go to Shipment tracking.

    •  

      Open the merchant console. From the side menu, choose Orders. To find an order, search by Order ID or Tracking Number. To see all shipped orders, filter for Shipped. After an item has shipped, choose the track package link under the Item Status column to see shipment tracking.

       

       

    For more information, go to the FAQ library.

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