Premium Shipping allows you to provide fast shipping options to customers. These fast shipping options, with tracking, can improve the customer experience by communicating a clear delivery day.
These fast shipping options with tracking improve the customer experience by communicating a clear delivery-day to the customer.For answers to common questions, see Premium Shipping options FAQ.
To learn how to set shipping rates, see Set your shipping rates.
If you have been selling on Amazon for more than 90 days, and an order count of ten or more orders in the past 30 days across all shipping options, you are eligible to offer Premium Shipping options.
Once you start shipping with Premium Shipping options, Amazon will determine your ongoing eligibility by your delivery performance for orders with Premium Shipping excluding seller fulfilled orders with a Prime badge. Refer to your Premium Shipping Eligibility dashboard to track eligibility.
Not all sellers are eligible to offer Premium Shipping options. Check the Premium Shipping Eligibility tool to see if you are eligible.
To maintain eligibility for Premium Shipping, you must meet or exceed the following requirements for the trailing 30 days:
To offer Premium Shipping options, you must continue to meet the requirements at all times, and we might revoke your eligibility if you fail to meet any requirements.
If any of your performance metrics fall below the established thresholds for Premium Shipping, Amazon will revoke your eligibility. Premium Shipping options will be disabled on your offers, and your status will change to Not Eligible in the Premium Shipping Eligibility dashboard. Your Seller Fulfilled Prime offers will be unaffected by revocation of eligibility for Premium Shipping.
Any time after an eligibility revocation, you can submit a Plan of Action to request the restoration of your eligibility to Premium Shipping.
The order cutoff times for your Premium Shipping options orders must be set to at or after 4:00 p.m. local time.