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FBA Label Service

Eligibility

Products eligible for the FBA Label Service must:

  • Be in new condition only
  • Be classified as non-media
  • Not be prohibited, restricted or high value
  • Have a single scannable barcode (GCID, UPC, EAN, JAN or ISBN)
Note: As of 17 April 2018, GCIDs can no longer be used in place of a UPC, EAN, JAN or ISBN to create ASINs. If your brand has been approved for the Brand Registry program and you don’t have UPCs, EANs, JANs or ISBNs for your products, apply for GTIN exemption.
Important: If there is no eligible manufacturer barcode on the item, you must apply a barcode label to the item yourself.

Amazon will, at our sole discretion, determine which products meet the eligibility requirements for the FBA Label Service. We reserve the right to disqualify products from this service that otherwise meet the above requirements.

Terms and conditions

By enabling the FBA Label Service, you agree to allow Amazon to apply barcode labels to your eligible inventory in accordance with the following terms and conditions:

  • We will apply Amazon barcodes to your eligible items upon arrival at the fulfilment centre using the product information you provide.
  • You can choose to apply barcode labels to individual products yourself by selecting Merchant under Who Labels during the shipment creation process.
  • We may instruct you to split shipments so that items destined for the FBA Label Service are packed together.
  • Shipments directed to the FBA Label Service may be further split into multiple shipments.

For products that do not qualify for the FBA Label Service, you are responsible for applying any required inventory barcode labels. For more information, see Labeled inventory.

For eligible products, you can use the manufacturer barcode to track your inventory. For more information, see Commingled inventory.

Change your FBA Label Service option

You can change your FBA Label Service option in your Fulfilment by Amazon settings.

  1. In your seller account, under Settings, click Fulfilment by Amazon.
  2. Locate Optional Services and click Edit.
  3. Under Who Labels, select Amazon to enroll in the FBA label service or Merchant to cancel your enrolment.
  4. Click Save.
Important: The new setting is applied to shipments you create after you change your selection. If you want the new setting to apply to shipments you are currently working on, you must delete it and create a new shipment.

Identify FBA Label Service shipments

Shipments destined for the FBA Label Service can by identified by:

  • FBA pallet or carton labels that include FBA-PREP in the upper left-hand corner
  • The message Item Labels: Required (Label Service) in the shipment details on the Shipping Queue page
  • References to the FBA Label Service and estimated related fees on the Label Products tab of the shipment creation process

FBA Label Service fee

The FBA Label Service fee is USD 0.20 per item.

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