Product listing condition settings are part of your store listing settings. You can access the listing settings on the store dashboard.
Amazon requires a product listing to have a defined condition. If all your products are the same condition, you can select one of the Amazon condition options to represent all of your products as your global condition value. Standard Amazon conditions include:
Used; Like New
Used; Very Good
Collectible; Like New
Collectible; Very Good
If you sell renewed (refurbished) products, you must enroll in the Amazon Renewed Program. See Renewed Products.
However, if your catalog contains products in different conditions (such as New, Used, and Refurbished), you must choose Assign Condition Using Product Attribute. This setting allows you to map your Commerce condition attribute and values to your Amazon listing’s conditions.
During Pre-setup tasks, you are encouraged to create a Commerce product attribute for a product’s condition. If you offer products in various conditions and you have not created a condition attribute, see Create a product attribute in Commerce. After the condition attribute is created, you can assign a condition value to each of your products in your Commerce catalog.
Click Listing Settings on the store dashboard.
Expand the Product Listing Condition section.
For Listing Product Condition, choose an option.
Choose one of the standard Amazon conditions for your global condition value for all of your listings. Default setting is
If you have products/listings that have different conditions, choose
Assign Condition Using Product Attribute to define your product condition settings in the additional fields that appear.
For Condition Attribute, choose the Commerce attribute to map values for each of the standard Amazon condition attributes.
If you have products in the
Collectible condition but you do not distinguish further, you can map to a single
Collectible Amazon condition and leave the others blank. This method maps all of your
Collectible conditions to the single Amazon Used or Collectible condition.
For example, you have a single
Used condition for your products. When mapping, you choose whether you want to map to the Amazon condition
Used; Like New,
Used; Very Good,
Used; Good, or
Used; Acceptable. Only complete the field for the Amazon condition you want, leaving the other
Used options set to
--Select Option--. In the example image, all Commerce products in
Used condition are mapped to the Amazon
Used; Very Good condition.
You can also enter descriptive text for your conditions, except
When complete, click Save listing settings.
|Listing Product Condition||The condition of your product listings. Options:
If you sell a single product condition, choose one of the standard Amazon conditions. If your Commerce catalog contains products in various conditions, choose
|Condition Attribute||The Commerce attribute that defines the condition for your products. Select the Magneto attribute you created to map to the Amazon condition attribute. In the Pre-Setup Tasks example recommends naming it as
|Additional Condition fields||For each of the standard Amazon conditions, choose the corresponding condition. The options are the condition labels you added when you created your Amazon condition attribute.
If you have products in the
Quick Access - Listing Settings sections