Every Amazon seller calculates his/her profits before and after launching a product on the platform. For a profitable FBA business, you’ll have to do a bit of research and calculations on your initial investments, cost price, marketing and other variables like estimated sales, etc to understand your profit margins.
FBA Calculator helps a seller understand the profit margins a product can make.
An Amazon seller can analyze the maximum profit potential of his/her product by playing with different pricing points, cost of products and shipping costs. He/She can also use it to calculate a price range that is most optimal for his Amazon product.
The advantages of the Amazon FBA Calculator:
– Use the most accurate data on commission and fee to choose a product to sell on Amazon
– All information is taken from the official Amazon's FBA revenue calculator site
– Use this data to compare the best fulfilment mode for you – FBA vs FBM
– Calculate optimal profit percentage for different selling points and sourcing cost.
It works for:
– USA (Amazon.com)
– Mexico (Amazon.com.mx)
– Canada (Amazon.ca)
– United Kingdom (Amazon.co.uk)
– Germany (Amazon.de)
– Spain (Amazon.es)
– France (Amazon.fr)
– Italy (Amazon.it)
– India (Amazon.in)
– Japan (Amazon.co.jp)
Directly know your numbers without typing anything.
1) Net Profit
3) FBA Fees
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Q: Is there a cost for the extension?
A: Absolutely not! FBA Calculator is FREE.
Q: How to use it?
A: Open Amazon website, browse to a product page. Click on FBA Calculator plugin icon if the page does not load.
Q: How do I calculate profit?
In the FBA revenue calculator enter product price, product cost and fees to ship to Amazon warehouse and the total cost of the product per unit. The FBA calculator calculates net profit for the product according to the given inputs.
Q: What are the cons of using FBA?
FBA is costlier,also Amazon takes a part of your profit sometimes, inventory tracking, product volume to ship to Amazon’s warehouse, deciding your inventory capacity for different seasons are the few headaches encountered while using FBA.