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Amazon 2022 Holiday Calendar: The Most

Important Dates for FBA Sellers

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Kev Seely    |    Updated: May 2nd, 2022 7:18:53 PM

Global supply chain issues, product stockouts, ongoing storage restrictions, pandemic-induced shifts in consumer behavior: the past few years have been a wild ride for FBA sellers. But to rise above the changes and unpredictabilities,  it’s important to keep your eye on the prize with an effective inventory forecasting plan in place—one that ensures you have enough product available during peak shopping seasons and proactively reduces surpluses and stockouts throughout the year.

As you prepare your marketplace strategy for 2022, a key question to ask is: “When should I send in my inventory to ensure it’s received on time?” To make things easier on you, our logistics team created this calendar outlining the most important dates to know and when to send your inventory to Amazon fulfillment centers. 

This should help keep your stock levels on track, but be sure to anticipate and accommodate seasonality or specific trends related to your product, too:


Spring Holiday Season


Memorial Day

Father’s Day

Independence Day

Prime Day

Back to School

Labor Day

Holiday Season

Black Friday

Cyber Monday

Valentine’s Day


Mar. 1st - Apr. 17th

May 8th

May 30th

June 19th

July 4th

July 2022 [TBD]

Aug. 1st - Sept. 5th

Sept. 5th

Oct. 1st - Jan. 1st

Oct. 31st

Nov. 25th

Nov. 28th

Feb. 14th, 2023



Jan. 11th

Mar. 19th

Apr. 9th

Apr. 30th

May 14th


June 14th

July 16th

Sept. 3rd

Sept. 3rd

Oct. 21st

Oct. 21st

Dec. 27th

Make the most of your Amazon inventory strategy

Whether you’re currently selling FBA or looking to switch from Vendor to Seller Central, SupplyKick can help create an optimal inventory strategy for your brand—either as a trusted third-party seller or an Amazon agency serving as an extension of your team. With 100s of partners and over $150M sold on Amazon to date, we know how to help brands reach their full potential on Amazon and beyond.