This is the quickest and easiest way to set your Min and Max prices for all of your inventory. With this option you can set your Min and Max prices based on your current prices on Amazon or eBay with one single click.
You can base the Min and Max prices off your current sale price. For the Minimum price you can minus a percentage and/or a value, then the Maximum you can add on a percentage and/or a value. You can also leave the fields as '0', for example if you were happy to leave your current prices as 'Minimums' and only add on values of the Max price.
When using this option you do not need to include postage on your Min and Max prices as it will be automatically added during the first reprice of each product.
Example: if you set your Minimum price to -10% of £10 sale price then that would be £9. Although your postage cost is £2.99, then on the first reprice of that product your Minimum price would get updated to £11.99.
Another option you have here is by entering absolute values for all of your products. If your products are similarly priced, you can enter fixed values to set all your products with the exact same Min and Max prices.
The second section of the screen will enable you to review the Min/Max prices for the cheapest and most expensive item in your inventory, according to the data you have previously inputted. That way you can double check that you're happy with the values you set up before applying them.
If you do not wish to set your initial Min and Max prices based on your current price on Amazon or eBay, you can find other options to set them here: click here.