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Amazon FBA Fees in Detail - What You Should Know...

Our single and bulk FBA fee & profit calculator is KEY to understanding your numbers for selling on Amazon. Not only does it help you determine the best products to sell, but just as importantly allows you to monitor the products you're currently selling to avoid margin erosion.

If you're serious about your numbers (and you should be!), read our guide below that covers everything about selling via Amazons fulfillment channel:

What is Fulfillment by Amazon (FBA) and how does it work?

Fulfilling your products with Amazon allows you to focus on other parts of your business. FBA allows you to store inventory and fulfill any orders placed by buyers by packaging each of your units, and shipping them to the customer normally within 2 days for Prime members.

Of course with any convenience there comes costs. FBA is not exactly free. Next we'll show you exactly how to use the single or bulk FBA calculator and understand both your fees and profits.

Comprehensive use of the FBA fee & profit calculator

It's a simple process for using both the single and bulk FBA fee and profit calculator. Below, we'll show you not only how to use it, but how the data effects you as a seller on Amazon.

1 Product Dimensions

Synccentric's FBA calculator returns both item and package dimensions including height, length, width, and weight of the item. Size and weight plays a big part in the calculations of your FBA fees. Depends on your strategy, but we like small or assembled items at lightweight that can significantly lower storage and shipping costs.

2 Item Landed Price

By default, we use the Amazon buy box price of the listing. If that doesn't exist, we return the landed (price + shipping) lowest price offer. You can change this value to your own price and recalculate.

3 FBA Fees

Tier Level: Based on the packaged unit weight and dimensions. Tiers include: Small Standard-Size, Large Standard-Size, Small Oversize, Medium Oversize, Large Oversize, and Special Oversize.

Pick & Pack: This is the cost for Amazon to physically retrieve the item, pack it, and the packaging material used for the shipment. Fees are based on the cost of labor and the number of orders a person can process per hour, divided by their hourly cost.

Monthly Storage: Monthly Fee for storing a product unit in an Amazon fulfillment center. Calculations are based on the volume of the product in cubic feet.

Order Handling: A flat fee per FBA order that applies to certain tier levels.

Weight Handling: This fee is the weight based shipping fee for Fulfillment by Amazon orders. This fee is calculated based on the weight of the item. For large-screen television units including plasma, LCS, projection, and CRT, this will include a Special Handling fee of $50 per unit based on size.

4 Referral Fee

Referral fees apply to all sellers, MFN and FBA. These are percentage fees Amazon charges for each item that you sell on their website; a fee on the total sales price (excluding tax) for referring the buyer to your offer. The fee percentage varies depending on the category your product is in. The most common fee percentages are between 8-20%, however they can go up to 45% for Amazon device accessories. There is also a fee minimum for most categories of $1 ($2 for jewelry and watches).

5 Product Costs

These are your costs to acquire the product from your supplier or if you manufacturer the item.

6 Shipping Costs

These are your shipping costs; if you ship in bulk or to different warehouses, just take the average cost for a single product.

7 Est. Monthly Units Sold

Total units you estimate to sell on Amazon in a single month.

8 Profit or Loss

Calculates if the product is profitable or not.

Revenue: Your revenue is the total amount of the sale (this includes any shipping or wrapping fees you charge).

COGS: Cost of Goods Sold (COGS) is the direct costs of sales on Amazon. This includes the product costs, shipping, and Amazon fees.

Profit: This is your Gross Profit, specifically your Revenue - COGS. If a profit is not made, we'll show this as a negative value indicating a loss.

Profit Margin: Profit Margin is the result of your Gross Profit divided by your Revenue. This percentage is a must-know for successfully sustaining (and growing) a profitable business.

9 *Variable Closing Fee

Not shown in the example screenshot because this only applies to *Media items. The variable closing fee applies to all sellers in this category and is a fixed $1.80.

How to Calculate your Profits in Bulk

Forget searching each product to see if it's profitable to sell. Upload your full list of product identifiers and calculate in a batch process.

1. Import your CSV

Import your CSV file containing your unique identifiers in one column and your product costs in another.

2. Start the Search to Calculate FBA Fees and Profits

Click 'Search' to start gathering all of the products pricing and shipping info and calculate the FBA fees for each product. Returns the following data: FBA Tier Level, FBA Order Handling Fee, FBA Pick & Pack Fee, FBA Weight Handling Fee, FBA Total Fees, Profit, and Profit Margin.

3. View or Export Results

Analyze the results of your FBA calculations in a user-friendly data management interface, or export the results back to a CSV or Excel file.

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