Amazon released a new feature for Amazon Business sellers it calls Automatic Pricing to enable sellers to quickly update prices across a large catalog of products without having to do this listing by listing.
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With the newly launched business pricing rules, Amazon Business sellers can now create rules that will automatically update their business prices and quantity discounts. Sellers can make these updates based on changes to consumer prices, saving both time and effort.
Like existing price rules, sellers can control the prices by defining rule parameters, setting minimum and maximum price boundaries for single-unit business prices, and selecting the SKUs to automate pricing.
For quantity discounts, the percentage discount Amazon Business sellers enter for each quantity tier will be used to determine the minimum price applicable for that specific quantity tier. For example, if the minimum price for an SKU is $20, and the seller enters 10% as the discount on 5+ units, the minimum price applicable for quantity tier 5+ units would be $20 * (1-10%) = $18.
Amazon Business Seller Resources
Sellers who like to learn more about this new feature should visit following links:
Amazon Business is the company’s B2B membership program for business customers. Check out our article on Amazon Business and how it can help sellers on Amazon reach a different audience from its retail channel.
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