With so many options, new sellers may be wondering where to source products for Amazon FBA. 

The possibilities truly are endless, and this is by no means an exhaustive list. Here are some suggestions based on our experience:


Costco is a wholesaler and you can get great deals on all kinds of products in bulk from personal care, to treats. If you shop with a keen eye, you’ll get great prices, so you can turn a good profit by selling these items on Amazon. Fun fact: we are located in Hillsboro, Oregon, and our Costco is one of the five largest in the world!

Sam’s Club 

Same business model as Costco. This company belongs to Walmart.


Walmart has ”great value” for their products – no pun intended. They might be great for sourcing seasonal products, novelty items, or toys. Just make sure you don’t buy toys that might be gated without doing your research!

TJ Maxx/Marshalls/Home Goods

These stores are great for discontinued or rare products, gift items, kitchenware, and home decor. 

Home Depot/Lowes

Look for sales/clearance items, or gardening supplies. 

Michael’s/Craft Warehouse/Hobby Lobby

Look for sales/clearance items, or hot commodities like planners and planner accessories, stickers and other stationary items, and seasonal products. 

When sourcing for your store, remember to focus on items that will bring in high profit in proportion to low cost. You can also try to make bundles or multipacks

Beware of purchasing from stores that don’t like resellers – Best Buy is one example. 

In the beginning, beware of purchasing from stores like Nike, Columbia, and Adidas – learn more about the gating/ungating process first and make sure you are authorized before investing too much.

We hope this list of where to source products to sell on Amazon FBA is helpful and gets you started on your journey as an FBA seller. 

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