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Referral and FBA fees are going up on Amazon in Europe starting March 31, 2022

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Referral and FBA fees are going up on Amazon in Europe starting March 31, 2022

On March 31, 2022, Fulfilment by Amazon (FBA) Fulfilment fee changes will take effect and apply to all Amazon Europe stores (UK, Germany, France, Italy, Spain, Netherlands, Sweden and Poland). You should expect the following fees to get increased:

  1. Fulfilment fee rate changes
    Starting March 31, 2022, Amazon fulfilment fee across different programmes in Amazon European stores will change.
  2. FBA Small and Light size, weight and fee changes
    Starting March 31, 2022, Amazon will introduce the changes to the FBA Small and Light programme in stores in the UK, Germany, France, Italy and Spain, except where otherwise noted.
  3. Introduction of new size and weight tiers
    To continue providing a low-cost alternative to the standard FBA fulfilment fee, Amazon will introduce three new size and weight tiers for Small and Light. These include extra large envelope 225 g, small parcel 150 g and small parcel 400 g. All other Small and Light size and weight tiers will remain the same.
  4. Fulfilment fee size and weight tier changes
    Starting March 31, 2022, Amazon will introduce and remove certain size and weight tiers in fulfilment fee rate card to better align fees with fulfilment costs.
  5. FBA monthly storage fee changes
    Starting March 31, 2022, monthly inventory storage fees will be increased for all standard-size products except dangerous goods. This change will first be reflected in May 2022 charges for storage that occurs in April 2022. The fee for oversize products will remain the same.
  6. FBA aged inventory surcharge
    Starting May 15, 2022, Amazon will introduce an aged inventory surcharge for units that have been stored in fulfilment centres for 331 to 365 days. This change does not apply to items in the Clothing, Shoes and Bags, Luggage, Watches and Jewellery categories. Amazon will continue to charge an aged inventory surcharge (previously known as the long-term storage fee) for units that they store for more than 365 days.

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