Merch by Amazon: How does it work?

Merch by Amazon

The fact that admission requirements for Amazon Merch are relatively modest is its main benefit over other Amazon selling options. It’s not too tricky to set up. All you need to do to join Merch once you receive an invitation (see below) is to upload your artwork and select the kind of merchandise you wish to sell. Amazon will create a listing for you after approving your design. After that, Amazon takes care of the printing, shipping, and customer support on your behalf after your product sells. After that, you get royalties!

Amazon’s merch is so well-liked that even major businesses use it. (Amazon Merch most likely made that Baby Yoda shirt you purchased on Amazon.) The one significant disadvantage is that Amazon Merch is an invitation-only platform. As an alternative, all you need for success is a decent, original idea and a successful social media presence or blog to draw clients to your creations.

Merch by Amazon

How much money easily make on Merch by Amazon?

Depending on the cost of the product, royalties might be anywhere from 13% and 37%. However, you can view Amazon’s exclusive Merch by Amazon royalties list there.

You receive a royalty for the sale after it is completed and the consumer receives your product. The price of the goods less applicable taxes and Amazon’s expenses is the number of royalties you will receive.

Amazon’s expenses consist of Materials

  • Production
  • Fulfillment
  • Consumer assistance
  • Returns
  • Exchanges
  • Resources needed to identify and stop fraud

Steps to create a product on Merch by Amazon

You may make new designs, manage pre-existing ones, and track your sales from your Amazon Merch Dashboard. You may view your account status on the dashboard itself, which shows:

  • Tier: Your “seller level” determines how many designs and products you are allowed to submit.

There is also a sizable button that allows you to “Add items” right away. You may get details about current sales in the EU and US markets.

Step 1: Select the “Add Products” button from your Dashboard to start creating your first product.

A wide range of items, such as shirts, sweatshirts, pop sockets, phone covers, pillows, and tote bags, are available for you to display your artwork on.

Step 2: Select “Edit information” or “Upload Artwork.” 

  • Remember to check that your artwork complies with Amazon Merch’s policies, which forbid unwanted material and copyright violations.
  • Amazon has particular requirements for Merch products to guarantee that the final product is high-quality and appropriately matches what shoppers will see in the listing.
  • For sRGB (the standardized RBG color space for digital graphics)
  • PNG transparency files
  • a maximum of 25 MB
  • Here are a few general pointers for producing top-notch designs:
  • To prevent image pixelation, use vector files and high-quality photos.
  • Format your design to fit the particular garment or object in question. For instance, a v-neck shirt will require a different artwork location than a crewneck.
  • Remember that colors will often appear more brilliant on a computer screen. To ensure that colors stand out when printed, avoid minor color variations between the design and the underlying product.
  • For extra advice, look at Amazon’s best practices.
  • For Adobe Illustrator, Amazon offers design templates to help you position and size your artwork for the product.

Step 3: Set a price and live the product when your design is ready.


Making some additional money with Merch by Amazon is a low-risk and possibly high-reward endeavor. However, setting up your account and loading your drawings is just the beginning, just as in any business. To ensure that people are aware of and interested in your product, you need to start marketing it. If your designs are good, clients will start to approach you once you start to achieve some traction, and money will follow.

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