Fire TV offers advertisers an opportunity to reach customers as they browse and discover new entertainment.
In order to make sure customers have the best experience possible on Fire TV, we work with our clients to run ads that are appropriate for all audiences. All Fire TV ad content must conform to Amazon’s Creative Acceptance guidelines. Amazon requires that advertisers review their content with these guidelines in mind before submitting.
Fire TV ads
Fire TV ads appear as sponsored tiles in the “Sponsored” row on Fire TV, helping you engage customers while they’re watching and browsing streaming TV content.
Inline ads appear as selectable rows in each major browsing section of Fire TV.
Feature Rotator is a carousel-like ad placement appearing above the fold of the screen, making it the most visible part of the Fire TV UI. Feature Rotator ads are exclusive to entertainment advertisers.
Sponsored Screensaver is a full-screen ad placement integrated with the original landscape image screensaver experience on Fire TV. The placement is exclusive to entertainment advertisers.
Sponsored Tiles are ad placements within a row. When the ad tile is highlighted, the ad’s mini-details page is displayed.
Multiple destination types are available for ads on Fire TV.
Customers can be directed to product detail pages for physical products or digital products (videos and apps). On a product detail page, customers can:
- Purchase or pre-order a physical or digital product available on Amazon.com directly from the Fire TV
- Select product SKU (e.g. color, size, etc.) options
- Add products to Wish List
- Read product features
- See more product images
- Read customer reviews
The following types of product detail pages are not supported on Fire TV:
- Prime Now
- Alexa Skill apps: Avoid linking the Feature Rotator to any Alexa Skill apps. Instead, use a landing page to show customers how to interact with an Alexa Skill.
Product detail pages do not contain all of the information that is displayed on the Amazon.com website. Most notably, promotions and discounts are not described on a product detail page. Also, the product must have one-click ordering enabled to be supported on Fire TV.
Customers can be directed to a video landing page to view a theatrical trailer or video clip. Video playback completion resolves to an end of video page with up to two CTAs, as well as additional information about the video or product.
Customers can be directed to a Fire TV landing page that showcases a group of related products with additional information, videos, and imagery. Both templated landing pages and fully customized landing pages are available.
Customers can be directed to a prime video channel page where they are shown a collection of an advertiser’s content. This option is only available for Prime Video Channel partners that have a campaign promoting multiple pieces of content.
Customers can be directed to an integrated landing page where they can make an Amazon Channels Subscription or navigate to a page to download an app. This option is only available for Prime Video Channel partners promoting Direct To Consumer App.
Customers can be directed to a specific destination within an app on Fire TV, providing a seamless transition from the ad placement to specific content. This option is available for Fire TV Appstore partners with campaigns promoting specific content. For more information, please see the Amazon Appstore site. New deep linking tools make it easier than ever to create, test and submit deep links. Reach out to your account representative to learn more about the tools and how you can get access.
Ad formats supported by destination types:
|Destination types||Feature Rotator||Sponsored Screensaver||Inline Banner||Sponsored Tiles|
|Product detail pages (physical products)||x|
|Product detail pages (videos and apps)||x||x||x||x|
|Video landing pages||x||x||x|
|Fire TV landing pages||x||x||x|
|Prime Video Channels pages||x||x||x|
|Integrated landing pages||x|
(not available for FR, IT, ES)