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Q&A Are you allowed to put a lower price on your Amazon webstore than on your Amazon.co.uk?

Currently there is no Amazon rule against this, and I don’t think legally Amazon can make it as such.
However, the Amazon system does not currently handle different prices as you can see from the screenshot.

Single price for webstore and seller central item.

Single price for webstore and seller central item.

So to achieve this you are either going to have to create two sets of inventory with seperate SKU’s and prices.
The downside of course is you will be unable to manage your stock control if you do this from the Amazon platform.
Or alternatively you could simply run a promotion on the webstore to reduce the cost of the item or even consider reducing the shipping cost on your Amazon webstore products.

4 responses to “Q&A Are you allowed to put a lower price on your Amazon webstore than on your Amazon.co.uk?”

  1. Kaushalam says:

    This is an interesting catch up. If this is true then it will
    increase cost of maintaining the multiple inventories. In this situation it’s
    good to use a platform that support multiple eCommerce store. E-Smart ecommerce
    Suite is an example for this, else go for Amazon web store and change prices in
    the form of discounts, offers or reduce shipping.

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