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Creating a hard bundle
Quick and dirty way to create a hard bundle two pack
Creating a hard bundle set up from an existing single pack listing
Lets dive into how to set up a 2 pack hard bundle (not virtual bundle) for an existing product.
You can get this done within 10-15 minutes within Amazon.
New 2 pack set up:
Gather the information of the single pack from the category Listings report
Copy and paste that information into a new line on the excel sheet
Have everything the same except the SKU, UPC Model number and title Bullet points can stay the same.. Title needs to change to showcase the 2 pack Main Photo will have to be updated
If you don’t have a UPC get a GTIN exemption for the product
4. If making into a variation - Create a new line for the parent - follow instructions below to do so
Variation set up:
Download the appropriate category template for your category using the Product Classifier or Templates for Specific Categories.Refer to the Valid Values tab in the template to see what variation themes are available.Note: If no variation theme is listed, you cannot create a product with variations in that category.
In the inventory template, create parent and child SKUs.
On the parent item:Enter values for required fields, including SKU.This can be any alphanumeric string of 40 characters or less, but must be unique (i.e., must not duplicate any of your other SKUS). Sellers often append "-parent" to their base SKU to remind them that this is a parent SKU. Leave Parent SKU field blank. Enter a value of "parent" in Parentage and enter a valid value in Variation Theme. Leave Relationship Type blank. Leave all other non-required fields blank.
For each child item:Enter values for required fields Fill in the Parent SKU field using the value from the parent's SKU (this value will be the same for all child items). Enter a value of "child" in Parentage and enter "variation" in Relationship Type.
In the Variation Theme field, enter the same value that you entered for Variation Theme on the parent (this value will be the same for all child items).