Amway Business Owners (ABOs) make money when their customers buy Amway products and by building a business where others in your organization sell products.
Primarily, money can be made by:
- Selling products with a retail mark-up and pocketing the margin.
- Earning personal sales bonuses based on the volume of products sold.
- Growth incentives and bonuses for building a network of others, who also sell products.
Retail Mark-up – ABOs are able to sell their products at a mark-up (the difference between cost and retail price) to earn retail margin on the sale. ABOs can set their own prices, but Amway does establish a suggested retail price for every product we sell.
Bonuses – ABOs can receive monthly bonuses based on their personal sales volume – how many products and what types of products they sell.
Growth Incentives – As their business grows and new members join their group, ABOs receive monthly bonuses based on the product sales volume of their team. ABOs are awarded growth incentives for reaching key business building milestones, such as one-time cash awards and business trips.
Obviously, the monthly compensation earned by ABOs varies widely, and is largely dependent on what their goals are and how much time and effort they consistently put into the business. Amway believes strongly in rewarding success, and we’ve paid out over $58 Billion in income and bonuses to ABOs since 1959.