Amazon Fee Calculator

This calculator helps UK sellers calculate net profits from Amazon sales based. This is not an official Amazon calculator, but it’ll give you an idea of how to price your items. If you need more clarity, talk to our accountants who specialise in e‍-‍commerce.

Selling information

Type in details about selling your product. Tips will help you figure it out.

Item price is the amount a customer pays for the product. Shipping charge is what you charge customers for each delivery.

  • Amazon Device Accessories
  • Baby Products (excluding Baby Apparel)
  • Camera and Photo
  • Cell Phone Devices
  • Consumer Electronics
  • DVD
  • Furniture & Decor
  • Home & Garden (including Pet Supplies)
  • Kitchen
  • Music
  • Musical Instruments
  • Office Products
  • Outdoors
  • Personal Computers
  • Software & Computer/Video Games
  • Sports (excluding Sports Collectibles)
  • Tools & Home Improvement
  • Base Equipment Power Tools
  • Toys & Games
  • Unlocked Cell Phones
  • Video Game Consoles
  • 3D Printed Products
  • Automotive & Powersports
  • Tires and Wheels Products
  • Beauty
  • Clothing & Accessories
  • Collectible Books
  • Gift Cards
  • Health & Personal Care (including Personal Care Appliances)
  • Industrial & Scientific (including Food Service and Janitorial & Sanitation
  • Luggage & Travel Accessories
  • Everything Else

Item price is the amount a customer pays for the product

Shipping charge is the amount a customer pays for the delivery

Costs

Add details about the cost of your product. Have tips here as well.

Item cost is what your supplier charges you for the product. Shipping cost is what your supplier charges for delivery.

Item cost is the amount you pay to supplier for the product

Shipping costis the amount you pay to supplier for the delivery

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Let's explore
Amazon seller fees

In the early stages of selling on Amazon using the Fulfillment by Amazon programme, new entrepreneurs will inevitably ask: “How much are Amazon FBA fees for sellers?”. Getting your head around Amazon’s different fees can be a bit confusing; a quick look at their Amazon pricing page will likely have you feeling stumped. If you want to protect your profit margins on Amazon, you should use an Amazon seller calculator.

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Insertion Fee

There are two types of plans offered by Amazon to sellers: a professional plan and an individual plan. The professional plan is a fixed amount per month, but there is no per-item fee. The personal plan has no monthly fee, but there is a per-item listing or insertion fee.

If you're just starting, you might want to try the individual plan while deciding if e‍-‍commerce is for you. Sellers with significant volume will find the professional plan's flat fee to be more value for money.

Revenue and Profit

Running a successful Amazon e‍-‍commerce business means keeping an eye on your margins at all times. Here are the important metrics to calculate and track for your business.

Cost of Goods Sold
To calculate the cost of goods sold, add purchases for the period to the beginning inventory and subtract the ending inventory from it.

Cost of Goods Sold = Beginning Inventory + Purchases – Ending Inventory

Calculate the beginning inventory based on the leftover inventory from the previous year.

Total Revenue Formula
Looking to forecast future total revenue? Here is how to calculate it:
Total Revenue = Quantity Sold x Price

Gross Profit
The gross profit is what remains after subtracting all costs associated with making and selling a company's products or providing its services.

The formula for it is:
Gross Profit = Revenue - Cost of Goods Sold

Profit Margin
After all, expenses are deducted, the profit margin is the amount of profit left over.

The formula is:
(Total Revenue – Total Expenses ) / Total Revenue

Q&A

  • What are Amazon fees?

    You fall into one or two categories when selling on Amazon UK or the Amazon Marketplace. They sell 35 or fewer products per month, only paying a completion and referral fee for each sale. Professional sellers are higher volume sellers.

    The Amazon fee structure includes the selling fees depending on your selling plan, referral fees based on product category, fulfilment fees based on your fulfilment strategy, and other factors.

  • How much are Amazon sellers fees?

    If you choose the Individual plan, you'll give 75p for every item you sell. The Professional plan is £25 per month, regardless of the number of items you sell. Additionally, both plans include a referral fee, which is a percentage of the transaction and is dependent on the product category. Referral fees typically range between 8% and 15%. The prices on both plans also exclude VAT.

  • How much are Amazon sellers fees?

    You can check the Amazon fees for a 1 to 2 week timeframe from your Seller Central dashboard (Seller Central > Reports > Payments > All Statements View). Additionally, in the above fee calculator, you can see how much the average fee on Amazon is as well as the possible revenue.

  • How to calculate Amazon profit?

    By understanding the cost of the product, sellers can use that data to calculate the first KPI, profit margin. A profit margin is the difference between revenue and cost of the business. It can be described as the ratio of profit divided by sales, which will be expressed as a percentage.

  • How to use Amazon Calculator?

    This calculator estimates the monthly sales volume for Amazon products and the potential revenue they can bring for you. That's a handy way to find if a product opportunity is worth pursuing before placing an order with your supplier.

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