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Expand Offers Internationally

Note: In order to sell and use the tools described below in any of Amazon's North America marketplaces, you must register for an Amazon North America Marketplace Account.

Learn more about Selling on Amazon's North America Marketplaces.

If you are ready to sell in Amazon North America Marketplaces, visit Amazon Global Selling to get started.

The Expand Offers Internationally (EOI) tool helps you to create offers for eligible products that you are selling through one Amazon marketplace on another Amazon marketplace. EOI will generate an Inventory Loader feed file and populate it with information based on your selection on the source marketplace, target marketplace, product categories, and pricing option.

Build International Listings (BIL) enables you to create, update, and keep offers synchronized across multiple marketplaces.

The difference between the two programs is that EOI does not include common offers between marketplaces and those that does not fit the criteria in the Inventory Loader feed file (see below), while BIL on the other hand includes those offers to give you a complete snapshot of the connections and provides you with reasons and next steps (through Status Report).

Use the Expand Offers Internationally tool


  1. Open the Expand Offers Internationally tool.
  2. Under List From, select a source marketplace.
  3. Under List To, select a target marketplace. Optional: If you want, you can pre-populate the file with your prices for the target marketplace. To do this, click the Advanced Options link and select one of the available pricing options. We will convert the currency for you (where applicable) and you will be able to choose between adjusting the price by a fixed percentage or by an absolute value.
  4. Click the Create Request button. You will be taken to the Request Queue.
  5. When the request has completed successfully, click the Download File button to download the Inventory Loader (tab-delimited) file.
  6. Import the Inventory Loader file into Microsoft Excel or open it in the text editor of your choice.
  7. Remove all products which you do not want to sell or which you are unable or not authorized to sell in the target marketplace (such as because of local language or product safety requirements).
  8. Review the price column for each offer in the Inventory Loader file and edit the information as required. For a detailed description of each column in the file, see the table in the Inventory Loader file format section below.
  9. When you have finished editing the file, save the file in Text (Tab Delimited) format.
  10. Go to the Add Products via Upload page and choose Inventory Loader File from the drop-down menu. Then locate the previously saved file and click the Upload Now button.

Amazon will ship the order to the customer and provide a receipt by e-mail.

Inventory Loader file format

The table below describes the editable columns in the feed file. Please note that only the price of each offer should be edited.

Note: Do not edit the first three rows of the file. Doing so may lead to unexpected results such as file upload or processing errors.
Column name Definition and use Accepted values Required
sku A unique, seller-assigned identifier for the product. The SKU must be unique for each product listed. An alphanumeric string; 1 character minimum in length and 40 characters maximum in length. Required. Do not edit.
product-id A standard alphanumeric string that uniquely identifies the product at Amazon. An alphanumeric string, 10 characters in length. Required. Do not edit.
price The price at which the merchant offers the product for sale on the target marketplace. The price should be greater than 0. Do not include commas, thousands separators or currency symbols. A price greater than 0. Do not include commas, thousands separators or currency symbols. Required.
TM-currency* The currency of the price at which the merchant offers the product for sale on the target marketplace. Example: us-currency For informational purposes only.
SM-price* The price at which the merchant offers the product for sale on the target marketplace, expressed in the local currency. Example: us-price For informational purposes only.
SM-currency* The currency of the price at which the merchant offers the product for sale on the source marketplace. Example: us-currency For informational purposes only.
TM-product-name* The name of the product as it appears on the target marketplace. Example: us-product-name For informational purposes only.
SM-product-name* The name of the product as it appears on the source marketplace. Example: us-product-name For informational purposes only.
SM-item-note* You can use this field to describe any differences between your item and an item sold in "New" condition on Amazon. This field is limited to 2,000 characters for all Used, New, Collectible, and Refurbished items appearing as Amazon Marketplace listings. Example: us-item-note For informational purposes only.
product-id-type The type of standard, unique identifier entered in the product-id field. 1 (ASIN) Required. Do not edit.
item-condition A numerical entry that indicates the condition of the item. 11 (New) Required. Do not edit.
fulfillment-center-id Amazon-fulfilled products: For sellers using Amazon fulfillment services, this indicates which fulfillment network will be used.

If you specify a value other than "DEFAULT," the Merchant-fulfilled offering will not be available for purchase in other marketplaces.

Resubmitting with a blank or "DEFAULT" value for the fulfillment-center-id, along with quantity, will switch the item back to Merchant-fulfilled.

Merchant-fulfilled products: Do not enter fulfillment-center-id, as it is not applicable.

DEFAULT Required for Amazon-fulfilled products. Do not edit.

*SM = Source Marketplace; TM = Target Marketplace

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