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Amazon offers both Professional and Individual selling plans.
Professional selling plan
In the Professional selling plan, you pay a non-refundable monthly subscription fee regardless of whether you list or sell anything. You don't pay a per-item fee when an item sells. All other fees are charged as applicable.
The Professional selling plan gives you access to inventory tools to upload batch files and manage your orders through feeds and reports. These tools are beneficial to most medium- to large-size businesses.
For answers to common questions about this fee, please visit Monthly subscription fee FAQ.
Individual selling plan
The Individual selling plan is for sellers who don't need access to inventory tools and reports for volume selling. Under the Individual selling plan, you don't pay a monthly subscription fee. You pay a per-item fee in addition to applicable fees. Learn more about the Individual selling plan.
Note: If you have no sales, you may still see a monthly subscription line item with a zero amount in your Payments (Settlement) Reports. This is because Amazon treats each selling plan as a renewable monthly subscription.
Switch to a different selling plan
You can switch between selling plans whenever you want.
Switch to an Individual selling plan
Switch to a Professional selling plan
Note: If you have a North America Unified Account and your source (primary) marketplace is amazon.com or amazon.ca, you can downgrade your account to an Individual selling plan. At the end of your current billing cycle, your linked amazon.com.mx account will be placed in staging for 120 days, during which you can no longer sell or have active listings. You can finalize pending transactions during this time, and then the account will be terminated automatically.
Your FBA account for this marketplace will also be suspended during this process. Make sure that you remove any FBA inventory stored in fulfilment centres in this marketplace before your account becomes inactive. After downgrading, you will no longer be able to upgrade your amazon.com.mx account.
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