(A) An ASIN under which all of a seller/vendor’s ASINs are grouped.
(B) An ASIN under which multiple variations of the product are grouped.
(C) An ASIN under which all products within a category are grouped.
(D) The first ASIN created in a category.
If a product consists of multiple variations, the variations can be grouped within a parent ASIN. The parent ASIN does not represent an actual product, but summarizes a group of variations.
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