Amazon Business Price


Overview

If you are enrolled in the Amazon Business program, you can offer special pricing to business customers who purchase your products in bulk quantities. By offering Amazon Business Price to your customers, you can attract more bulk buyers and increase your sales volume. Just keep in mind that the program is only available to verified Amazon Business accounts, so it’s important to make sure you’re enrolled, and your products are eligible for the program.

Amazon Business sellers have the option of offering a special business price and tiered discounts to customers. Read more about Amazon Business here.


Set Business Prices and Discounts

You can set business prices and discounts either individually per product or in bulk via file import.

Individually

  1. Go to Catalog > Manage Catalog > Open a product.
  2. From the Toolbox, select Amazon Properties.
  3. From the Actions menu, select Manage Business Prices.
  4. From the pop-up window, click Enable Business Pricing For Amazon.
  5. Configure discount information.
  6. Click on either of the following:
    1. Save and update Amazon – the new configuration will be locally saved on Sellercloud, and an update will be sent to Amazon
    2. Clean Business Prices on Amazon – business prices will be cleared in Sellercloud, and an update will be sent to Amazon.
    3. Save Discounts – discount prices will only be saved locally on Sellercloud.

 With File Import

  1. Go to Catalog > Tools > Import Product Info > Bulk Product Update.
  2. Generate a template with the columns described in the table below.
  3. Fill in the template.
  4. Upload it back to Sellercloud.
    COLUMNDESCRIPTION
    AmazonBusinessPriceEnabledEnables the feature.
    AmazonBusinessPricingDiscountTypeSets the discount type.

    The accepted values are FixedAmountor Percentage.

    AmazonBusinessPriceSets a fixed price, only visible for Amazon Business Customers.
    AmazonBusinessPriceDiscountQty1

    AmazonBusinessPriceDiscountQty2

    AmazonBusinessPriceDiscountQty3

    AmazonBusinessPriceDiscountQty4

    AmazonBusinessPriceDiscountQty5

    Sets a threshold quantity for the discounted items (e.g., a pack of 10).
    AmazonBusinessPriceDiscountPrice1

    AmazonBusinessPriceDiscountPrice2

    AmazonBusinessPriceDiscountPrice3

    AmazonBusinessPriceDiscountPrice4

    AmazonBusinessPriceDiscountPrice5

    Sets the discount for the number of products listed in the columns above.
Once you enable Enable Business Pricing for Amazon for your product, you will see a field on the Amazon Properties page showing your product’s business price. If this setting is not checked, the field won’t appear.


Manage Amazon Business Orders

You can use the filter Order Sub Type to filter Amazon Business orders. You can have Amazon Business and Amazon Business Prime as Order Sub Type as well.

  1. Navigate to Orders > Manage orders > Choose Order Sub Type from the Filter Menu.

The Order Sub Type will also display in the Order’s General panel once you open it.


Overview

If you are enrolled in the Amazon Business program, you can offer special pricing to business customers who purchase your products in bulk quantities. By offering Amazon Business Price to your customers, you can attract more bulk buyers and increase your sales volume. Just keep in mind that the program is only available to verified Amazon Business accounts, so it’s important to make sure you’re enrolled, and your products are eligible for the program.

Amazon Business sellers have the option of offering a special business price and tiered discounts to customers. Read more about Amazon Business here.


Set Business Prices and Discounts

You can set business prices and discounts either individually per product or in bulk via file import.

Individually

  1. Go to Inventory > Search for Products > Open a product.
  2. From the Toolbox, select Amazon Properties.
  3. From the Actions menu, select Manage Business Prices.
  4. Click Go.
  5. From the pop-up window, click Enable Business Pricing For Amazon.
  6. Configure discount information.
  7. Click on either of the following:
    1. Save and update Amazon – the new configuration will be locally saved on Sellercloud, and an update will be sent to Amazon
    2. Clean Business Prices on Amazon – business prices will be cleared in Sellercloud, and an update will be sent to Amazon.
    3. Save Discounts – discount prices will only be saved locally on Sellercloud.

 Via File Import

  1. Go to Inventory Import Product Info > Bulk Update Products.
  2. Click on Get Template File.
  3. Generate a template with the columns listed in the table below.
  4. Fill in the template.
  5. Upload it back to Sellercloud.
  6. Click Submit.
    COLUMNDESCRIPTION
    AmazonBusinessPriceEnabledEnables the feature.
    AmazonBusinessPricingDiscountTypeSets the discount type.

    The accepted values are FixedAmountor Percentage.

    AmazonBusinessPriceSets a fixed price, only visible for Amazon Business Customers.
    AmazonBusinessPriceDiscountQty1

    AmazonBusinessPriceDiscountQty2

    AmazonBusinessPriceDiscountQty3

    AmazonBusinessPriceDiscountQty4

    AmazonBusinessPriceDiscountQty5

    Sets a threshold quantity for the discounted items (e.g., a pack of 10).
    AmazonBusinessPriceDiscountPrice1

    AmazonBusinessPriceDiscountPrice2

    AmazonBusinessPriceDiscountPrice3

    AmazonBusinessPriceDiscountPrice4

    AmazonBusinessPriceDiscountPrice5

    Sets the discount for the number of products listed in the columns above.
Once you enable Enable Business Pricing for Amazon for your product, you will see a field on the Amazon Properties page showing your product’s business price. If this setting is not checked, the field won’t appear.


Manage Amazon Business Orders

You can use the filter Order Sub Type to filter Amazon Business orders.

  1. Navigate to Orders > Manage orders > Choose Order Sub Type from the Advanced Search Menu. You can have Amazon Business and Amazon Business Prime as Order Sub Type as well.

The Order Sub Type will also display in the Order’s General panel on the left once you open it.


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