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Selling at Amazon.de Marketplace

Amazon.de Marketplace enables you to sell new, used, collectable and refurbished items alongside our new ones. Listing your items at Marketplace makes them accessible to millions of Amazon.de customers.

Amazon.de Marketplace is not an auction; you set the price of every item you list. Remember, the more competitive the price, the faster it'll sell.

Here's how it works:

  • after you list an item it is displayed on the page on which we sell the item new, in the blue Alle Angebote box. Items listed by individual sellers remain for 60 days, after which you can re-list them if they haven't sold. Items offered by Pro-merchant sellers remain until they are sold or until you remove the listing.
  • when your item sells, we send you an e-mail to notify you that payment has been taken from the buyer. You must dispatch the item to the buyer within two days of receiving this e-mail.
  • we deposit your earnings into your Amazon seller account and funds are transferred to your bank account on a 14-day cycle.

To start selling now, either

  • click here and follow the steps, or
  • run a search for the Amazon.de item you'd like to sell, just as you would if you wanted to buy it, then click Diesen Artikel verkaufen button in the Alle Angebote box on the right-hand side of that item's page.

If you anticipate selling more than 30 items per month, you may be interested in becoming a Pro-Merchant seller.

Amazon Marketplace, our unique, safe and secure system, enables you to exchange payments with your buyer while keeping your credit/debit and bank account details private. We take our customers' security very seriously, so any data you share with us is covered by our Security Guarantee.

Please note: As per our Participation Agreement, sellers need a German invoice address and a German bank account to sell on Amazon.de.

Click the links below to find out more about selling at Amazon.de Marketplace. Read our Marketplace Seller Best Practices page for tips on successful selling.

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