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  • Sell products directly on Amazon.com using Shopify
  • Create product listings, and manage inventory and orders from Shopify
  • Find new customers on Amazon.com, the largest online marketplace

Sell on the world’s largest online marketplace

Selling with Shopify makes it easy to share your products with new and existing customers. Add the powerful Amazon sales channel and connect to the largest online marketplace.

With this integration you can efficiently fulfill Amazon.com orders within Shopify, manage inventory across all your sales channels, and sync product details, variants and images to your Amazon Seller Central account.


  • Sell your products on Amazon.com using Shopify
  • Create new Amazon.com listings (eligible categories and brand registered sellers) directly from Shopify
  • Link Shopify products with existing Amazon.com listings (any category)
  • Sync inventory tracked by Shopify with Amazon.com listings
  • Set unique price and reserve inventory just for Amazon.com listings
  • Fulfill Amazon.com orders directly from Shopify
  • Easily reconcile revenue from Amazon.com sales using Shopify reports
  • Filter your listings by listing status for easy management NEW!

  • Using sales channels like Amazon you can generate incremental revenue. Why put all your eggs in one basket? Start selling in more places today!

    Please note: You must have an Amazon.com Professional Seller Account (USD $39/month) and pay a referral fee of 8-20% per order to Amazon, as per their requirements. The cost of using this app is free and Shopify does not charge an additional fee for orders on top of Amazon's fees.

    The eligible categories for listing creation include:

  • Clothing, shoes and jewelry
  • Home and kitchen
  • Sports and outdoors
  • Electronics
  • Health and household
  • Beauty and personal care
  • Arts, crafts and sewing
  • Patio, lawn and garden
  • Toys and games
  • We also support brand registered sellers who do not require UPC or EAN codes for listing creation.

    Amazon reviews

    89 reviews
    1. 5 stars (4 reviews)
    2. 4 stars (13 reviews)
    3. 3 stars (8 reviews)
    4. 2 stars (14 reviews)
    5. 1 star (50 reviews)

    March 2018:
    Back to one star...zero star, if possible. My sales increased by 35% with Amazon in the last few months, but so did my anxiety. The app doesn't properly sync inventory and we continuously got orders with 0 stock. It then caused a bunch of customers to complain that we're sending items too late and Amazon suspended our account. Somebody shoot me at this point. After everything...all that work lost...my best conclusion is to sell directly through Amazon's own platform using separate inventory. Using this app was a course in what NOT to do in e-commerce.

    Dec. 2017:
    I'd like to make an update to my review below. After months of going through hoops for Amazon, I was finally able to get my products listed and have made a few sales so far. I gave it one more star just because of this.

    The app is not intuitive to our needs as Shopify merchants and you need to take at least 10 minutes per product to list. You also need UPC codes (for each variant) if you are selling your own brand or a trademark. Both can cost you hundreds of dollars, but there are some UPC code sellers who will sell in bulk for a relatively low price.

    I will stay on just because Amazon is the largest online retail platform, but I also highly recommend the eBay app. It was far less demanding and all of the products I wanted listed were done so with a few tweaks in about half an hour.

    ONE advantage of selling original products on Amazon besides the expanded market: it is so difficult to start that many will be turned off by it and you'll have less competition once you get on there.

    Nov. 2017:
    Is it just me or is Amazon really trying hard not to get us on their site? Maybe they want us all to do FBA instead? This app and Amazon customer service is horrid at best. I also signed up to eBay and their process was a breeze compared to Amazon's. I still have to set up products, but at least the products went live instantly. With Amazon, I'm still waiting for some third party company to approve my seller permit. I don't even think they exist. It's been almost two weeks and still no reply. I don't want to open another chat with Amazon customer service because they seem to have been trained poorly and can barely understand my English. I'm about ready to give up on this app :(

    Mid-Nov: I wish I could give this app another 1 star or negative star. After the umpteenth time with their bad customer service, I finally canceled my Amazon seller account. I will also stop being their customer. This is what happens when a company gets too big. They just don't give a sh!t about any individuals, let alone small businesses.


    I have had a good experience with this sales channel for my site. Set-up took quite awhile, but I am in one of the categories that you can't list directly from Shopify (and one that requires the Professional Seller plan tier anyway).

    I have had to create all my listings on Amazon, and then link them later in Shopify, which was pretty painless, although, I only have about 15 SKUs so far that I've been able to add to Amazon at this point.

    Sales that I've made through Amazon have seamlessly come over into my Shopify dashboard / order queue which was my main concern. And it works well. When I mark an order as shipped on Shopify, it automatically marks the order as shipped in Amazon.

    My only complaint so far (I've had it up for about 2 weeks, and had a handful of sales through this channel) is that when I mark an Amazon order as fulfilled in Shopify, it causes the "send delivery notification to customer" checkbox to be unchecked on each next order (until I notice it and re-check the box). This seems like a weird glitch, and hopefully something that Shopify can fix, as I obviously want to notify every customer when their order ships.


    Wow! A monthly fee and a referral fee! highway robbery!


    Beating a Dead Horse here. Shopify product VARIANTS!

    I have about 14 products to list. It was important for me to be able to have another sales channel through my shopify dashboard. Shipping invoicing, all in one place.
    Sounds great...sounds easy...right?

    The creating the listing process is where you hit a wall. The description page, does not give you an option of creating a listing without a variant. My product comes in one size/color/shape. There are no variants. Amazon and Shopify support both tell me there is an option for NO VARIANTS SELECTED. But there is no option. Maybe in their multiverse everything works with no issues. Sorry, not in my world. I got tired of explaining over and over again so I made a video of the issue, below. BigCommerce is starting to look really good now. Sad



    You'd think a behemoth of a company like Amazon would be easier to list on, especially with an app, but no. You are probably best off not using this app and listing directly on their website. I swear, Etsy isn't nearly as big as Amazon and their GUI has always been easier to use, and just gets better. Come on Amazon, spend some money on programming and move into the 21st century already.


    The integration between Amazon and shopify is very painful. After manually uploading a few test products (which took several hours), I made a good number of sales within the first week and was hopeful despite the reviews on Shopify. Fast forward 2 weeks, and I too got the email notifications about my account being suspended claiming I am selling counterfeit items. I provided as much documentation as I could, but am very discouraged as the items Amazon is claiming are counterfeit have never been listed on the Amazon side. In addition to suspending all sales, Amazon is refusing to pay the remainder of funds collected on my previous sales. This is a huge ripoff and very discouraging. It's impossible to speak to a real person in the sole department that can reactivate my account - PQ seller. Seller support provides a generic response that is not helpful at all. Proceed with caution if you decide to sell on Amazon.


    We do NOT recommend Amazon !!!!!! We set up an account with Amazon, Amazon charged a $39.99/month fee for the subscription , we provide all the suppliers invoices for our products, Tax ID number, physical address and website information. After that our Amazon account was suspended!!! No reason either explanation, is this a scam ?
    We have been trying to get this resolved , but all we got was an automated reply that our account is suspended.


    We reviewed your account and the information you provided, and we decided that you may no longer sell on Amazon.com.

    For privacy reasons, we do not provide details about our investigation methods. We may not reply to further emails about this issue.


    Seller Performance Team



    Only one star

    Yeah, and that's for potential. When I came to Shopify, I was promised I'd easily be able to attach my store to Amazon. I sell DOG COATS! Are PET SUPPLIES really that difficult?

    I resent Shopify for not yet having this incredibly easy category. Ive been waiting for two years.


    Someone, please, take initiative. Don't en a jerk and fix this unfinished app..

    Shopify is testing my patience.


    We set up an account with Amazon to take advantage of an additional sales channel. Amazon charges a $39.99/month fee for this, which was charged to our corporate card. Following that our Amazon account was suspended, before we even listed any products.

    We have been trying to get this resolved for nearly a week, but all we get are automated replies that our account is in review, and we should ship any open orders and provide supplier invoices for all orders from the last 90 days. Obviously we've never even listed let alone sold anything on Amazon so the automated responses are pointless.

    If anyone has any suggestions on how to resolve this or get a direct or responsive contact at Amazon, please let us know. If Amazon should resolve the matter we are happy to revise the review accordingly after actually using the app.


    For a small site, this may be ok, but listing your products on Amazon is probably best if done directly using Amazon's backend to create unique listings and descriptions which will benefit SEO.


    Amazon.com Professional seller account is USD $39/month
    Amazon referral fees apply to each order: 8-20% commission (depending on your category)

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