Use the Control Prime order volume tab to manage your Seller Fulfilled Prime order volume to ensure that you are able to process all Prime orders in a timely manner.
Use this to immediately disable the Prime badge from all of your products. To restore the badge, click again and the Prime badge will reappear on your products.
Your daily order limit is the number of Amazon Prime orders that you can reliably ship every day.
Once your daily order limit has been reached, the Prime badge will be disabled from your ASINs. The Prime badge will be restored after you reach your order cutoff time. The daily limit only applies to your Premium (Two-Day and One-Day) orders. It does not apply to Prime orders where the customer selects Standard shipping.
If I reach the Amazon Prime order limit at 6 a.m. Tuesday, when will the Prime badge be restored?
Your Prime badge will be restored the same day after cut-off time (1 p.m.).
Should I set up the daily order limit based on the forecasted daily volume of orders for Seller Fulfilled Prime?
No, we recommend that you to set the daily order limit based on your internal capacity to ship orders. As your business changes, you can continue to re-evaluate this number.
Why does the number of orders that I received today exceed the daily order limit that I have set?
This happens because customers might save the product in their cart and place an order at a later point of the day or week. We allow customers to place these types of orders through Amazon Prime even when the order limit of the seller is reached.
Why was the Prime badge disabled so early on Monday?
Orders placed on Saturday or Sunday are counted towards your Monday limit, resulting in the limit being reached early on Monday. If you can fulfill more orders, consider the weekend volume and available capacity before setting a daily order limit.