Syncs the price on one marketplace to another marketplace with an optional dollar or percentage modifier.
How it Works:
If the method you are mirroring from has an automated pricing method:
- Any price adjustments will reflect on the mirrored marketplace at the same time as the “primary” marketplace item is re-priced.
- The market data driven pricing method’s will key off of the competition for the “primary” marketplace and will not take the “secondary” competition into consideration.
- For example, a Price Mirroring method from Amazon to eBay will key off of Amazon competition ever if the price is at a much lower price point then what is on eBay at the time of the reprice action.
If the method you are mirroring from doesn’t have an automated pricing method
- Any price adjustments will only reflect on the marketplace that you are mirroring once every 24 hours
Each marketplace has unique Minimum Price and Max Price fields to allow maximum customization for your repricing plan. If you do not adjust these fields for each marketplace then that could lead to confusion while within the Pricing Manager
This allows you adjust prices within one marketplace and have it adjust to multiple marketplaces (and not have to click through every individual marketplace). This also provides quicker repricing action’s for unique marketplaces with no market data driven repricing strategies.
It is against Amazon's policy to sell an item for a lower price on another platform. Mirroring your prices from Amazon to your other marketplaces will ensure your prices on those other marketplaces always remain in sync with your prices on Amazon.