To be eligible to offer Premium Shipping options, you must be selling on Amazon for more than 90 days and must meet the following requirements for 30 days for Premium Shipping orders.
In the United States, Premium Shipping options include One-Day Shipping, and/or Two-Day Shipping, which you can enable in your shipping settings.
Amazon will determine your ongoing eligibility by your delivery performance for orders with Premium Shipping, excluding seller fulfilled orders with a Prime badge. Review your Premium Shipping Eligibility dashboard to track eligibility.
Note: To deactivate Premium Shipping, you must update the shipping templates under Shipping Settings and clear the One-Day Delivery and Two-Day Delivery option.
For more information about perfomance, eligibility, and order cutoff times, see the following:
Measuring your performance. There is 10 day lag in getting carrier data. Therefore, we will measure your performance from day 40 to day 10 and exclude Seller Fulfilled Prime orders from the evaluation. Seller Fulfilled Prime orders will be evaluated separately according to the following: Seller Fulfilled Prime
Revocation of eligibility for Premium Shipping.If the performance targets falls below the requirements, your eligibility for Premium Shipping may be revoked. Premium Shipping options will be disabled on your offers, and your status will change to not eligible in the Premium Shipping Eligibility dashboard. Your Seller Fulfilled Prime offers will be unaffected by revocation of eligibility for Premium Shipping.
Restoration of eligibility for Premium Shipping. You must submit a Plan of Action to request the restoration of your eligibility to Premium Shipping.
Order Cutoff Times.Order cutoff times for your Premium Shipping options must be set to 2:00 P.M. or later local time. Note: The time zone is associated with the warehouse farthest east.