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How can I delete specific product listings, or replace all my listings?

When you delete a listing, we permanently remove the SKU listed by you and the product detail page of the SKU from the Amazon marketplace.

If you do not want to receive orders from customers for any of your listed SKUs, you should set the quantity of its inventory to 0 either through partial update or the editing option available on the Manage Inventory page of your Amazon Seller Central account. This will prevent customers from placing orders for such SKUs and you will not be required to raise a separate request for deletion of the SKU from Amazon.

Note: After you delete a SKU from your inventory, you will be able to list the same product as a new SKU only after 24 hours.

To delete your listings through Manage Inventory, follow these steps:

  1. Go to Manage Inventory, find the listing you want to delete:
    1. For single listings, against the product you want to delete click Edit and select Delete Product and Listing from the drop-down menu.


    2. For multiple listings, select the check box to the left of the listing for the products you want to delete, click Edit and select Delete Product and Listing from the drop-down menu.
  2. Click OK to delete or Cancel.

How can I delete listings in bulk?:

If you want to delete multiple listings, it is recommended to use inventory templates to delete them all at once.

  1. Download category-specific template from Add a product via Upload page.
  2. Go to Template tab in the excel sheet and select the feed type.
  3. Provide SKUs to be deleted under the “item_sku” column.
  4. Select “Delete” from “update_delete” attribute drop down.


  5. Save the file and upload via Upload your Inventory File under Add a product via Upload page.

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