How your pricing rules interact

Learn how your different settings determine your prices

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Written by James Callandriello
Updated over a week ago

Choose How to Reprice Against Your Competition

This allows you to specify the percentage or dollar amount you wish to be repriced against your current competition. It is important to understand how settings will interact with each other and the outcome of your price.

  • Price Below: Puts your price lower than your competition.

  • Price Above: Puts your price higher than your competition.

  • Match Price: Matches your price with your competition.

General Pricing Rule

When your Amazon and FBA rules are not enabled, this will be your universal repricing rule of how you will compete with your direct competitors. 

If you elect to compete against Amazon and FBA differently using the following rules, your General Pricing Rule will then apply specifically to only your MFN competition.

FBA, SFP,  and Amazon Pricing Rules

Would your like to compete differently against FBA?: When this setting is enabled, this will allow you to compete differently against a FBA, including Amazon, if you do not enable the Amazon pricing rule.

Compete Differently against Amazon: If Amazon is a main competitor on your listings, enabling this setting allows you to compete against Amazon differently than all other sellers.

How do you want to treat Seller Fulfilled Prime (SFP)?: This options allows you to choose how you would like to compete against SFP sellers. You can choose to treat them the same as FBA sellers (recommended) or MFN sellers.

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