Amazon FBA Fees 2023
From January 17, 2023, Amazon introduced new FBA fees for 2023. The change applies to all products shipped to Amazon fulfillment centers in the United States.
Keep reading to find out what Amazon fees FBA sellers pay, the new FBA fulfillment and storage fees introduced by Amazon in 2023, and how to calculate your Amazon FBA fees.
What Are The FBA Fees Amazon Sellers Pay?
Fulfillment by Amazon (FBA) sellers pay selling plan fees, referral fees, FBA fulfillment fees, and storage fees.
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Selling Plan Fees
On Amazon, you can choose between Individual and Professional selling plans. The Individual plan costs $0.99 per unit sold, and the Professional plan costs $39.99 per month, no matter how many units you sell. The Professional plan will save you money if you sell more than 40 units a month.
All Amazon sellers pay a referral fee for each item they’ve sold. The amount depends on the product category. Most referral fees are between 8% and 15%. However, in specific categories, like Amazon Device Accessories, it is as high as 45%.
Note: From January 17, 2023, Amazon removed the following fee categories: Collectible Coins, Entertainment Collectibles, Sports Collectibles, and Collectible Cards. Impacted ASINs will be re-categorized to their most suitable product category, which may result in different (some lower, some higher) fees for those re-categorized products.
Amazon FBA Fulfillment Fees 2023
Amazon FBA Fulfillment fees are charged per unit. They include picking and packing orders, shipping and handling, customer service, and product returns.
Amazon FBA fees are calculated based on the weights and dimensions of the product and differ for apparel and non-apparel.
Amazon introduced new 2023 FBA fees on January 17, 2023.
New 2023 FBA fees – Oversize Products
New 2023 FBA fees — Small and Light
Amazon has special fulfillment fees for small and lightweight items.
On January 17, 2023, the item price for FBA Small and Light fee products was increased from $10 or less to $12 or less. The eligible size tiers for small standard and large standard 1 lb and under will be divided into 4 oz increments. Size tiers for large standard over 1 lb will be divided in 0.5 lb increments
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FBA Storage Fees 2023
Amazon charges storage fees for storing inventory in its warehouses. Storage fees are calculated based on the daily average volume of the space inventory occupies. The rate is based on product type, size tier, and time of year.
FBA Storage Fees will change from February 1, 2023.
FBA Storage Fees for Dangerous and Non-Dangerous products before February 1, 2023:
FBA Aged Inventory Surcharge
An Aged inventory surcharge is applied to units stored in a fulfillment center for more than 271 days. From April 15, 2023, FBA Aged Inventory Surcharge will be extended to the units stored for more than 181 days.
From April 15, 2023, FBA Aged Inventory Surcharge will be changed.
New 2023 FBA removal and disposal order fees
How To Calculate Amazon FBA Fees?
Amazon charges FBA sellers many different fees. It is vital to accurately account for all of them because they affect your product profitability, margin, and Return on Investment.
To do so, Amazon sellers use various Amazon fee calculators. One of the best Amazon profit calculators is Seller Assistant App’s FBM&FBA calculator. It helps you quickly calculate all FBA fees and expenses right on the Amazon product page.
Seller Assistant App’s FBM&FBA calculator shows Amazon referral fees, FBA fees, variable closing fees, and storage costs. You can add product preparation and shipping costs to your calculation. Costs for logistics can be configured in the settings. Seller Assistant App also allows you to save your Amazon product analysis result to Google Sheets in one click.
Amazon charges FBA sellers many different fees. In addition to selling plan fees and referral fees paid by all Amazon sellers, FBA merchants pay fulfillment fees, storage fees, and other costs, like long-term storage fees.
Amazon often changes these fees. On January 17, 2023, Amazon changed FBA fees for 2023. The changes applies to all products shipped to Amazon fulfillment centers in the United States.
That will mean an increase in FBA fulfillment fees. To maintain healthy profit margins and ROI, you must thoroughly calculate all costs, including storage fees.
Seller Assistant Аpp will help you with that. It combines an FBM&FBA profit calculator, IP Alerts, Quick View, Stock Checker, and Restrictions Checker in one tool.