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UPS eFulfillment: Pricing

Contain costs with simple and affordable pricing.

With the UPS eFulfillment pricing structure, what you see really is what you pay. Our bundled rates don't change seasonally, so you can simply and accurately predict your costs and save money.

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UPS eFufillment

eFulfillment pricing can be broken down into two categories:

Bundled fulfillment rates include parcel transportation, supplies, and pick, pack and ship.

Monthly storage rates are based on product size and inventory on hand.

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eFulfillment Pricing FAQs

How often will I be billed?

Each month you will be billed for fulfillment and shipping, and storage of your inventory, at our bundled rates or $1,000, whichever is higher. As a general rule, approximately 4–5 orders per day will place your bill above the minimum.

During our 60-day trial for new merchants, the minimum is waived.

Are there special rates for inbound shipments?

Inbound shipments to UPS eFulfillment can be managed in the platform using our special pricing program. Once you register via the Onboarding Wizard, you will be able to access UPS eFulfillment inbound rates to create UPS Freight® or UPS small package labels for inventory shipments.

The UPS eFulfillment platform will alert you when inventory needs to be replenished.

What are the billing terms?

Billing terms are net 15 days from the invoice date (generally on or about the 15th of the month). The invoice is posted on the portal the same day it is generated.

How are shipped package rates calculated?

UPS eFulfillment shipped package rates are based on a pricing zone, package weight and service level (Economy, Standard, 3-Day, 2-Day, 1-Day). Billable weight is used to calculate the shipping rate. For domestic services, the billable weight is the greater value of the dimensional weight compared to the actual weight.