Repricing products on eBay is the best way to keep your prices competitive and make more profitable sales.

This help file will guide you through how eBay Repricing works with Repricer.com


Before you start 

 
  • You need to have a Repricer.com account. To find out how to create one, click here.
 
  • You'll need to have eBay connected as a channel. To find out how to do this, click here.
 
  • You’ll need to be on the Repricer Ultimate or Extreme plan to access this feature. To find out more information, click here.


01 How does eBay repricing work? 

Repricing on eBay is actually very straightforward. You link your eBay Pro Seller account to Repricer.com and all your listings that have custom labels set will get imported into your account. 

A custom label is the eBay equivalent of an Amazon SKU and your listings need identifiers set on eBay in order to import in Repricer.com. Please note that you must have a unique custom label per product on each eBay channel you sell on, otherwise they won’t be able to download into your account.

Pro Tip: You can use a free application on eBay called Selling Manager to easily set custom labels on your listings.  

Once your products are imported to Repricer.com, you will be able to create repricing rules, set Min and Max prices, and begin repricing. eBay Repricing works on a schedule, which means that all your products in your Repricer.com account will be repriced every couple of hours. 

Note: We will be able to reprice your ‘Buy It Now’ products only, ‘Auction’ listings cannot be repriced with eBay repricing. 

02 Repricing Catalogue and Non-Catalogue Products

Repricer.com will give you the option to reprice both items linked to eBay's product catalogue and items that aren’t. 

  • What is the eBay catalogue?

The eBay catalogue is an online library of details and images for products across a wide range of categories. When you list using the eBay catalogue, product information like brand, model number, dimensions, color, capacity, compatibilities, and professional photos can be automatically included in your listing. You can find more information here. 

eBay sellers are not required to list their products onto the eBay Catalogue. Individual product listings are created for every Non-Catalogue product created. 

03 Catalogue items

Repricer.com gives eBay users the ability to automatically reprice Catalogue linked products, with over 14 repricing rule options to choose from.

Catalogue linked products will share the same barcode as your listings (EAN, UPC or ISBN) and Repricer.com will identify your competitors this way.

04 Non-Catalogue items

For Non-Catalogue items, you will be able to define how you would like to automate your pricing from the following options:

  • Do not Reprice: The product(s) price will remain as it is currently set on eBay.

  • Calculated Min Price: The product(s) price will be set to the product’s Min. price, plus or minus a set amount or percentage.

  • Calculated Max Price: The product(s) price will be set to the product’s Max. price, plus or minus a set amount or percentage.

  • Amazon Price: The product(s) price will be set automatically to the matching product’s price found on Amazon, with an additional set price variation. This option requires your eBay custom labels and your Amazon SKUs to be the same.

Pro Tip: The ‘Amazon Price’ option is the same as the current Multichannel Replicator found in Repricer.com. You can find more information about it by clicking here.

ebay repricing rule 1Note: You will be able to easily differentiate between Catalogue and Non-Catalogue items in your Repricer.com account by checking the Listing Type column on the eBay Products page.

ebay repricing rule 2

Alternatively, you will also be able to filter by Listing Type in Repricer.com.

ebay repricing rule 2


Further Readings


If you would like to find out more about creating eBay Repricing rules on Repricer.com, click here. 

Interested to find out more about assigning eBay Repricing rules to your products? Click here.