Pretty Merch Review

Pretty Merch is the most popular Chrome extension used by Amazon Merch sellers because it transforms the Merch By Amazon dashboard (home screen) into a beautiful, informative, intuitive one. As opposed to the useless home screen that you get with regular Merch By Amazon.

I love this extension for a lot of reasons, a big one is because I can see how many sales per month I was getting more than 90 days into the past. This means I can see all the way back to 2016/2017 when I first got accepted into Merch by Amazon and can see what my all-time bestsellers are. This is very useful because it means if I have a bestseller that is just on a shirt I can put the same design on a sweatshirt and a hoodie to see if I can get more sales. Hopefully, now you can start to see why this extension is so useful, and that is only scratching the surface on what this extension can do.

This is the default Merch By Amazon dashboard:

Merch By Amazon / Pretty Merch Review

And this is what Pretty Merch Looks like:

Merch By Amazon / Pretty Merch Review

Just from the above screenshots, you can see how much more information you can see by default from the top of the pretty merch dashboard. For example, I can see that 73 of my products out of 662 live products have sales. That’s good information to know because I can go to the analytics tab and see what designs are selling the best and add that same design to more products. Doing this will hopefully make me more money each and every month.

Merch By Amazon / Pretty Merch Review

Pretty Merch also allows real-time updates so you’ll get a notification when you make a sale. You can even customize the notification. I have the coin collection noise from Super Mario. It also has a daily allotment widget so you can see the max number of designs you can upload that day as well as how many slots you have left. I only upload about 5-10 a day so I never max this out.

You can also watch in real-time as your uploaded designs go from Under Review (UR) to Processing (PS) to being posted at the top of the dashboard.

You can also batch edit designs, this is useful when you want to bulk update prices. You select the designs you want to edit and click the bulk edit button. Pretty Merch then opens each design in a new tab so you can quickly edit 10-20 designs in one go.

In Conclusion

In conclusion, I would recommend anyone who sells on Merch By Amazon to give Pretty Merch a try. They have a free version (without some of the Pro features). I’m not sure which features come with the free version because I’ve only ever used the pro version.

It’s not perfect, I’d like to be able to see which designs are pending removal which is not currently part of the either the free or pro versions. But apart from that I really like it. If you have any questions please ask them in the comments below and I will try to answer them for you. Thanks for reading. Cheers!

2 thoughts on “Pretty Merch Review”

  1. Thank you for sharing your experience with Pretty Merch. Since it’s been almost a year since you posted this, are there any more insights to share? 🙂

    Also, as we are STILL at Tier 10 after about a month of 80+% published and rotating products in and 19 sales (11 to other addresses than ours), is it worth it to pay for Pro or Pro+ at this time? At what Tier would you recommend upgrading to pro?

    Thanks again!


    • I wouldn’t pay for PM pro until you’re on something like Tier 1000. You need to be making enough money per month to make it worthwhile.

      As for Tiering up, Amazon seems to do the tiering once every couple of months so you will probably be tiered up soon. You may be able to skip a tier if you are lucky!


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