To help prevent pricing errors, Amazon has set up a new safety net on their site which allows users to enter a Minimum and Maximum price for each SKU. These Min/Max prices are separate to the Base Min/Max prices you set in RepricerExpress.
If you don’t set a Min/Max price on your products on Amazon, they will apply their own. This can lead to your listings being deactivated by Amazon if the price uploaded doesn’t fit within their Min/Max.
Why have some of my listings been deactivated?
If your listings have been deactivated it means that a price has been uploaded to Amazon which is outside of the Min/Max prices allowed.
If you have set your own Min/Max price on Amazon this means that the price uploaded is outside of these thresholds. You may need to review the min/max prices on Amazon, to make sure that Amazons still fits your needs.
If you haven’t set a Min/Max price on Amazon this means that the price being set is outside of Amazon’s automatic Min/Max prices for that product. The best way around this is to add your own Min/Max prices to your products on Amazon.
How do l re-activate my listings?
Once your listing has been deactivated you can easily reactivate it by updating the product with a price that is within your Amazon Min/Max price. Please remember, if your rules in RepricerExpress have been set up to allow a price beyond Amazon min/max then you’ll need to update your rules or Min/Max prices to avoid this happening again.
Can RepricerExpress help?
As this is Amazon’s safety net, we don’t upload Min/Max prices to it.
Please find more information on deactivated listings on Amazons help file here.