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Can we use 2 SKUs for 1 listing?

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    Jacob Craig
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    I am an Amazon seller who sells a product that comes in different sizes and colors. I want to create a single listing for all the variations but want to use different SKUs for each variation. Can I use multiple SKUs for a single listing?

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      John Aly
      Enhanced
      none

      Yes, you can use multiple SKUs under one single listing. When creating a single listing for multiple variations, Amazon provides you with the option to create “parent-child” relationships between the main listing and its variations. Each variation is assigned a unique SKU, which can be used to track inventory and sales data for that specific variation

      Jason
      Enhanced
      none

      The first thing that you need to do is create a listing of each variation so you can’t use the same SKU for more than one listing, SKU must be different and after that, you will create the parent ASIN. So in this way, you can use multiple SKUs under one parent listing.

      Sylvester
      Ultimate
      US

      Yes, you can use 2 SKUs for 1 listing on Amazon by creating a parent-child relationship. This allows for offering different variations under a single listing. Contact Amazon Seller Support for guidance on setting it up.

      Barden John
      Beginner
      none

      No, you cannot use the 2 SKUs for the one listing but if you are going to create a parent and child listing relationship then you can use 2 SKUs for different colors and size product under one parent listing.

      Anna Norah
      Beginner
      GB

      Jacob, if your product comes in different sizes and colors, then you have to create different listings for each color and size. If you have 4 colors and 5 sizes, then you have to create 20 listings for them, and all of them have different SKUs and UPCs. Then you have to create parent variations for them; in this way, you can group all your products under one listing, and customers can see all your listings within one variation.

      Linda
      Beginner
      US

      No you can not use 2 SKUs for 1 listing but if you create parent child variation then you will create a parent SKU and other SKUs for the variation of that parent but that will be considered as the saperate listings.

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