Amazon Repricing Review Guide

Those of you that know me realize that I’ve been selling on Amazon for a very long time. I’ve made a decent sized company from this and we attracted the attention of others. This means that I get a lot of questions about selling on the marketplace. One of the common questions I receive involves repricing on Amazon. I’ve decided to publicly address this question and write this handy guide for the Amazon repricing software currently on the market.

Like almost any software, there is no simple one-size-fits-all solution. There are enterprise level solutions that cost thousands of dollars and entry-level apps that cost $10 per month. Many of the higher end tools have some great features, but more expensive doesn’t necessarily mean better! You don’t always get what you pay for.

This guide is a work in progress. Here are the main tools on the market today.

App Trial Contract Continous Self-Learning Algorithm International Modern Design Additional Tools Price Notes
ChannelMax Yes No No Yes No $50 for 5000 Items
$65 for 15000 Items
$115 for 25000 Items
$150 for 50000 Items
This tool has been around for many years and it shows with their design! They've had the same website since I used this tool 8 years ago.
Feedvisor No Yes – 1 Year Yes Yes Yes Profitability analytics, machine learning, one-on-one support 1% of Sales Minimum $1500 This repricer is very good, but you need to be selling $1M+ to really justify the cost. The self-learning algorithm, customer support, and profit analytics are all very impressive.
Teikametrics No Yes – 1 Year Yes FBA inbound logistics tool 1% of Sales Minimum $1500
Repricer Express Yes No Yes, All Plans No Yes Yes $45 for 2500 Items
$60 for 5000 Items
$80 for 10000 Items
$120 for 25000 Items
$200 for 50000 Items
App Eagle Yes No Yes, Starting at $150 No Yes Yes Supports many different marketplaces. $50 for 10000 Items
$150 for 10000+ Items
Repriceit Yes No No No Somewhat Pricing Starts at $10
Wiser Yes No Yes Yes Yes MSRP Monitor, A/B Price Testing, $800 for 15000 Items
$1500 for 50000 Items
This is much more than just a marketplace repricer. They scan different websites and marketplaces to ensure you have the best price.
Bqool Yes No Yes, Starting at $45 No Yes Somewhat $22.50 for 2500 Items
$45 for 5000 Items
$90 for 10000 Items

Did I make a mistake or miss a tool that you feel should be on the list? Just leave a comment and I’ll add it in.

Posted on March 26, 2015 in Amazon

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Responses (2)

  1. Kent C
    March 10, 2016 at 8:46 pm · Reply

    Personally I’ve been using RepriceIt for about 8 years, I manually do some of them, but the repricer does the rest. Sometimes they are off but none are going to be perfect. Not possible for items to drop to .01 unless user failed to set their minimum in settings. I’m sure many overlook that. Repricers are not for the non-detailed and impatient. For me, my low was $4.95 for merchant fulfilled. Then that book/item would be pulled. The system never went below that, thankfully.

    For Jeremy though, which repricer have you used and/or do you use/recommend at least based on your metrics/numbers. Thanks.

    Kent

  2. Tyson
    April 12, 2016 at 8:15 pm · Reply

    Hi, I was using Feedvisor for a year and a half until they doubled their prices. I only need a good re pricer that will get me the buy box the most amount of time possible within my specified sale range. I didn’t use 90% of the tools feedvisor has since I deal with liquidated or clearance goods. I simply am trying to find a cheaper re pricer that simply re prices well and help me win the buy box as much as possible. Any suggestions or opinions on who to use? I don’t care about the bells and whistles of which products are best sellers and all the other fancy reports you can run with some of these companies. I don’t have a steady flow of the same merchandise so I don’t need everything else. Thanks for any input.

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