Selling Media Products (US & CA)
This policy applies to the following Media products: video DVDs, video games, and music
To list media products on Amazon.com and Amazon.ca:
For Domestic Media listings: The "domestic version" of video DVDs, video games, or music
CDs are products that were sourced from within the US or Canada, and/or are coded for
Region 1. The ASINs for domestic versions do not need to specify the source country or
regional version in the ASIN title.
Example of Domestic Media ASINs: Note that the Title
name must be mentioned without additional details about import or region
For International Media Versions: An "international version" is any of the above-
mentioned media products (video DVDs, video games, or music CDs) that has been imported
from outside the US or Canada, and/or are coded for regions besides Region 1. All media
products that were developed and distributed for a specific country or region other than
the US or CA are considered an international version in the US and CA. It must be listed
on ASINs specific to the source region and must be separated from the domestic
(Region 1/North America) ASIN of that product (that is, European video DVDs should be
listed on the ASIN that specifies "import" and/or the regional version on the detail page
and the ASIN title.).
Example of an International Version ASIN: Note the Title name and
Region or Import version must be mentioned in parenthesis or brackets.
How to identify whether your products are international versions or domestic
Check your invoice –If the supplier or distributor listed is located in US or CA, then it is
considered domestic unless the invoice specifies the region or country of the product in the
line item description. For example, an invoice for a video DVD shows the supplier is located
in Europe, then it is a European version unless the invoice specifies that the products on the
invoice are for another region or country such as North America or the US.