The seller fees in this infographic are accurate until February 15th, 2019 when Amazon will implement annual adjustments to their fee schedule. We will adjust the graphic to reflect those changes at that time.
Staying on top of your Amazon seller fees is the starting point to creating and maintaining a successful business. How much does it cost to sell on amazon? What will your profit be be once Amazon takes their cut?
2018 Amazon FBA fees are drastically different from years’ past. These fees can alter your profit margins and change the way you run your business. We’ve created a handy infographic you can use as quick reference guide to understanding these fees. This chart encompasses all major costs including Amazon Subscription Fees, fulfillment and storage. Keep it on hand throughout the year as you’re making buying decisions for your company.
Remember, most of this chart is composed of base fees. Your FBA storage fees are entirely dependent on the size of your product and how long it will be warehoused. Referral fees are generally 15%, but can be higher or lower depending on the product category. Keep in mind Amazon generally changes these fees at least once a year. It’s always a good idea to watch for notifications about this in your email and/or Seller Central dashboard. When in doubt, always double check your fees using Amazon’s calculator.