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Add SKUs to a pricing rule

Once you create a pricing rule, select SKUs to apply to the pricing rule. Automate Pricing does not change prices on your behalf until you click Start repricing for a SKU.

To add SKUs to a pricing rule, follow these steps:

  1. Select the SKU that you want to add to a pricing rule. Automate Pricing shows active SKUs in your catalog. You can search for SKUs by product name, ASIN, or SKU, or by product identifier (UPC, EAN, or JAN).
  2. After you find the SKU that you want to reprice according to your rule, add Your minimum price and Your maximum price (optional). If you do not set a maximum price, Automate Pricing will protect customer trust on your behalf by ensuring that your offers are not priced significantly higher than recent prices so that your offers remain eligible to become the Featured Offer (Buy Box).
    Note: The minimum price and maximum price (optional) are the limits of automated pricing changes, so ensure that you set prices at which you are comfortable selling.
  3. Click the arrow next to the Take action button and select the rule to which you want to assign the SKU.
  4. Select Start repricing. When you click Start repricing for a SKU, the SKU will automatically reprice based on the rule you selected. The price follows the defined criteria, within the minimum and maximum prices that you set.
  5. Repeat with as many SKUs as you want to reprice in your catalog.
    Note: You can choose to continue repricing or pause repricing if you make manual price update in Seller Central using feeds, Manage Pricing, or Manage Inventory. To learn more, refer to Continue or pause repricing after a manual price update.

Alternatively, you can use the Automate Pricing file to add SKUs to rules.

To learn about the Regional Automate Pricing file, click here.

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