Price Manager Tips & Tricks

How Amazon repricing works – XSellco Price Manager

Amazon is the world’s most competitive marketplace.

To rise above the competition and become a successful Amazon business, most online sellers use automated Amazon repricing tools.

Repricers will instantly adjust the price of your products to ensure the optimum price depending on the competitive environment and the conditions or rules you have set.

This article explains how XSellco Price Manager calculates and assigns the price for your products.

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XSellco Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

I just signed up. Where are my products?

After sign up it typically takes 30 minutes to import all of your inventory from Amazon. This is done automatically.


How do I add new stock to Price Manager?

List your products on Amazon as normal. Price Manager will sync up every 12 hours.


Why is my price not updating?

If you run out of stock then the price is no longer updated.


How often do you update stock levels?

Every 12 hours.


Why does Price Manager show less products than I have on Amazon?

To avoid cluttering the system with legacy items, Price Manager only import products that have stock.


The dashboard does not seem to show the correct number of products.

The dashboard counts only products that have stock. You may have additional products that have run out of stock.


When do price updates occur?

Price Manager updates a product’s price when you change individual min/max price or a competitor adjusts their price. We also sync with Amazon every 12 hours and re-evaluate all pricing with that data.


How does algorithmic repricing work?

The algorithmic repricer tracks buy box ownership of various seller types, e.g. those using Fulfilled by Amazon (FBA) versus those that do not, across all Price Manager accounts. Your product pricing is then constantly adjusted to maximise profitability subject to your defined minimum. Manual compete rules can alternatively be used if you want finer control of individual product prices.