Any (Media and Non-media), however, be sure to review the FBA Product Restrictions to ensure that you do not send any restricted products to FBA.
Each unit must have a scannable barcode (ISBN, UPC, EAN, or JAN). The Unit's barcode must not be punched out, marked over, covered, or otherwise obstructed. If there is no scannable barcode, you will need to apply Unit labels yourself.
We will, in our sole discretion, determine which of your units qualify for the FBA Label Service. We reserve the right to disqualify units that meet the above minimum qualifications
If you sign up for Label Service:
We will label your qualifying units in the fulfillment center using the product information you provide for such units.
You will be charged the labeling fees specified in the FBA Label Service Pricing.
You can opt out on a per-shipment basis to label units yourself.
Your qualifying units may be split into multiple additional shipments.
Creating FBA Label Service Shipments
Whenever you convert a listing to Fulfillment by Amazon or replenish an existing FBA listing, if the product requires labels, Amazon runs a check to determine whether it qualifies for the FBA Label Service. If the product qualifies for the FBA Label Service, you may add the product to any of your FBA Label Service shipments, or create a new FBA Label Service shipment. If the product does not qualify for the FBA Label Service, we will direct you to you add the product to other shipments of the same type.
Important: For units that are missing scannable barcodes but are associated with an ISBN, UPC, EAN, or JAN in our catalog, you will need to group these in a separate shipment and select the option "Do you want to label this shipment yourself?" that is available on the Label Items step in the Shipping Workflow. These units do not qualify for the FBA Label Service.
If you cannot add an product that we have determined qualifies for the FBA Label Service to an FBA Label Service shipment, check to see whether the SKU conflicts with other SKUs already in the shipment. Each SKU in a shipment must correspond to a unique ISBN, UPC, EAN or JAN in order to be labeled and received.
Enabling and disabling the FBA Label Service
Note: If you opted into the new shipment creation workflow or you registered for Fulfillment by Amazon after June 6, 2013, you will be using the new shipment creation workflow, which enables you to select the FBA Label Service for individual products. If you are not using the new shipment creation workflow, follow the steps below.
To enable or disable your default setting for the FBA Label Service, follow these steps:
Go to "Fulfilled by Amazon Setting."
In "Optional FBA Services," click the "edit" button.
Select the setting to meet your preferences.
To label a shipment yourself without disabling the FBA Label Service in general, select the option "Do you want to label this shipment yourself?" that is available on the Label Items step in the Shipping Workflow.
Note: Changes to your preference only apply for shipments you create after you change your preference. If you are enabling your account for the FBA Label Service, you are still expected to self-label any existing shipments in progress that require labeling. If you are disabling the FBA Label Service, you will be charged labeling fees if Amazon receives shipments in progress for which you requested the FBA Label Service.
Identifying FBA Label Service Shipments
In your seller account, you can identify FBA Label Service shipments using any of the following methods:
Your FBA pallet or carton labels will say FBA-PREP in the upper left hand corner.
Your shipment details will say "Item Labels: Required (Label Service)." This is accessible from the View and Track button next to a shipment from the Shipping Queue. Shipments requiring self-labeling will say "Item Labels: Required (Self Label)."
The Label Items step in the shipping workflow will display estimated label fees and refers to the FBA Label Service.
Please use the e-mail address associated with your Amazon.com Seller account.