Listing packs of identical items

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    Angie
    Hi Shawn!  The number of cases section will be the number of cases you're sending (in your example, one), and the quantity in each case section will be how many units are in each case (in your example, three).
     
    Additionally, the 'Total Cost/Unit' section will be the cost of the individual items, not the entire case.
     
    I hope this helps! If this is your first time sending in a case-pack shipment, make sure to review Amazon's case pack requirements as well, just in case.
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    Shawn Jacobs

    So I'm listing items that will be sold as a pack of 3, Amazon will not be breaking them up. Is that what you understood in my initial question?

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    Shawn Jacobs

    I thought case packed was referring to a box of 1 SKU boxed in the same way the manufacturer would send the items out?

     

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    Krissy

    Shawn, sorry about the confusion!

    Did you create this multipack or was it already manufacturer made? If it's manufacturer made, did you pay for the 3 pack as one? If not, or if you're creating the multipack, then you would add the buy costs together and apply it to the listing since everything is being sold as one.

     

    Take a look at this help page to make sure you're setting up your multipacks correctly so that you do not run into any issues:

    https://sellercentral.amazon.com/gp/help/200494020

     

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    Shawn Jacobs

    Thank you!

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