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List of Amazon FBA labels Needed to Sell and Ship to Amazon

FBA labels needed to ship are very common to purchase and easy to find. Any basic Office Max, Office Depot, Staples, and sometimes even UPS/FED Ex stores will have these labels.

More often they are cheaper to buy online. In a pinch run to a brick and mortar store. But if you’re scaling and want a bulk cheaper purchase, I have used Online Labels for the past few years. Below are examples of the labels you typically need:

Product Labels: https://www.onlinelabels.com/products/ol875?src=dlc-296

2.625" x 1"

Case Labels: https://www.onlinelabels.com/products/ol2590?src=dlc-296

3.5" x 5", 6.75" x 4.5"

Pallet Labels: https://www.onlinelabels.com/products/ol150?src=dlc-296

4" x 3.33"

 

Every product needs a product label. However, if you have UPC bar codes, and are NOT in a consumable or topicals category, you do NOT need a product label. If you are in one of those categories, or do not have regular UPC barcodes, EVERY product needs a product label on it.

Case labels are used on each case/box of products. Often you are sending in 12/24/36 products in a single case pack box. It does not matter where you put the location of this label.

Pallet labels are only used if you are going LTL (Less than Truck Load). One pallet label goes on each side of the 4 sides of a pallet. Put this on the outside of the plastic wrap. You will also give the BOL (Bill of Lading) to the carrier if using this method.

This article is meant to a be a quick hit, so you can get started immediately. For a more in depth guide, check out this.

 

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