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As we approach the holiday season, an exciting but busy period of the year for sellers on Amazon must get ready for the inevitable rise in fees due to higher order and delivery volumes in the US. We fully understand how expensive it is to sell on Amazon and the importance of budgeting wisely. If you are wondering what Amazon FBA fees you might have to pay this holiday season, this article is for you. We will break down what these fees are and which ones you need to be aware of, so that you can more effectively plan for your shipping needs.

Holiday Peak Fulfillment Fees Changes 2023 Explained by Amazon

From October 15, 2023, to January 14, 2024, Fulfillment by Amazon (FBA) will incur an annual Holiday Peak Fulfillment Fee. Amazon mentioned that this seasonal fee is the same as the one provided by other major carriers and is intended to cover the increased costs of fulfilment and transport during the highly profitable holiday shopping season. Unchanged from 2022, the Holiday Peak Fulfillment Fee rate applies to US FBA, Canada FBA, Remote Fulfillment with FBA, and Multi-Channel Fulfillment (MCF) items, except for items below $10 priced in US FBA. For more information, you can review the detailed rates for US FBA, Canada FBA, Remote Fulfillment with FBA and MCF on the corresponding help pages.

You can review detailed rates by size and weight for US FBA, Canada FBA, Remote Fulfillment with FBA, and MCF on the following help pages:

US Fulfillment by Amazon Fee Rates

CA Fulfillment by Amazon Fee Rates

Remote Fulfillment with FBA Fee Rates

What You Absolutely Need to Know About this Fee Update?

As you know the Small and Light program has been discontinued and replaced with lower FBA rates this year. All items priced below $10 will not be subject to an increase in shipping fees during the holiday season.

Additionally, we would like to remind you that if a…


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