Repricer’s Multichannel Repricing feature allows multichannel sellers to manage pricing across their online marketplaces and webstores from a single dashboard, ensuring pricing parity across sales channels.
How does the Multichannel Pricing feature work?
It sends prices from a primary source channel - the marketplace from where you want the prices to be copied from - to a destination channel - the marketplace or eCommerce webstore that you want to send the source channel’s prices to.
Multichannel Pricing is available to all Repricer customers on the Ultimate and Extreme packs.
Do I have to replicate the source channel’s prices exactly or can I change them?
You can individually edit the prices for each SKU, increasing it by a currency amount or by a percentage, or you can choose to match the source price - it's up to you!
You also have the option to blanket increase, decrease, or match all shared SKUs in the destination channel.
Which marketplaces and webstores does it work with?
The source channel must be an Amazon marketplace. Repricer supports all Amazon marketplaces.
The destination channel can be any of the 13 channels available on Repricer (see the list below).
Integrated destination channels
There are two ways in which Repricer can connect with destination channels.
When you choose an integrated destination channel, Repricer will pull all the SKUs from the destination channel into Repricer and map the matching SKUs from your Source channel to them.
You’ll be able to edit each SKU individually from within Repricer.
The integrated destination channels are:
When you choose a supported destination channel, you can download a CSV file containing the inventory from your source channel and input the SKUs from the destination channel that you want to manage.
The supported destination channels are:
eBay Multichannel Pricing
Repricer’s multichannel pricing can alter both catalog and non-catalog item prices.