A list of Amazon RSS feeds for 2019

Unfortunately Amazon no longer provides RSS feeds. This seems to be a new trend and a number of sites, including news organizations, are discontinuing RSS feeds and making it more difficult to track information and get updates across the Internet.

If anyone finds a source of Amazon RSS feeds please contact me or leave a comment below. I’ll update this page if I get any new information.


A now outdated list of Amazon RSS feeds for 2018

Please note that the feeds below no longer work. I’m keeping them here only for historical reference.

I’ve updated and expanded the list of Amazon RSS feeds for 2018. Amazon provides RSS feeds for Best Sellers, New Releases, Movers & Shakers, Most Wished For and Gift Ideas. Because they’re difficult to locate on Amazon, I’ve added links below to 175 Amazon RSS feeds across five categories.

If you would like to find more feeds you can navigate to this page on Amazon and choose one of the tabs and departments. At the bottom of each department page there is a link to an RSS feed. There are hundreds of sub-departments for which you can find feeds.

Amazon RSS feeds for 2018


Amazon RSS feeds for Best Sellers

Links to RSS feeds for the major categories in Amazon Best Sellers.

Amazon RSS feeds for New Releases

Links to RSS feeds for the major categories in Amazon New Releases.

Amazon RSS feeds for Movers & Shakers

Links to RSS feeds for the major categories in Amazon Movers & Shakers.

Amazon RSS feeds for Most Wished For

Links to RSS feeds for the major categories in Amazon Most Wished For.

Amazon RSS feeds for Gift Ideas

Links to RSS feeds for the major categories in Amazon Gift Ideas.

8 thoughts on “A list of Amazon RSS feeds for 2019

  1. I really appreciate this list! Thank you for posting it. I used to go to the page you mention at the top of the article to find Amazon’s feeds for best sellers, but now when I go there, I can’t find them anymore. I don’t know if I’m just completely incompetent or if Amazon removed them. But thank you for the feeds, I don’t know how else I could have gotten them now.

    1. Yes, there are thousands of topic feeds. Unfortunately it looks like Amazon has removed all of the RSS links from the site, so it’s not possible to uncover the feeds unless you know how.

      I don’t know what feed reader you are using, but if you are using Feedly you can simply click “add content” and put the URL of the sub category you are interested in following and Feedly will uncover the RSS feed for you and add it to the reader.

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