Define Pricing and Minimum

If you're a Pro Seller using MassPrice, once you determine the product group, you must define your pricing rule.

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1. Determine which data point will be used for determining the list price. Next to "Base prices on:", select one of the following:

a. TCGplayer Market Price - The prices at which a card has been selling on the TCGplayer Marketplace, averaged across multiple recent transactions.

b. TCGplayer Low Price Without Shipping

c. TCGplayer Low Price + Shipping

d. My Current Price: TCGplayer Marketplace

e. My Current Price: My Store

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f. TCGplayer Direct Low

g. Average of - You will be given secondary dropdowns to choose which price points the average should be based on. Options include:

  • TCGplayer Market Price
  • TCGplayer Low Price Without Shipping
  • TCGplayer Low Price + Shipping
  • My Current Price: TCGplayer Marketplace
  • My Current Price: My Store
  • TCGplayer Direct Low

2. Determine if you want to set your pricing as a percent or flat price difference of the variable above and whether it will be higher or lower. Where it says "Modify by:"

a. Select the amount.

b. Select +$, -$, +% or -%.

3. Click "Continue" to define the minimum you want to set for pricing. You will be given options to set your minimum pricing to "No less than:"
 
a. TCGplayer Market Price
b. TCGplayer Low Price Without Shipping
c. TCGplayer Low Price + Shipping
d. TCGplayer Direct Low
e. My Current Price: TCGplayer Marketplace
f. My Current Price: My Store
g. Fixed Amount - If you select this option, enter a positive number with two decimal places.
 
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4. Click "Continue" to complete Step 3. You will be taken to the Review/Edit your rule page. From here you can go back and make edits to any step of the rule or you can Save your rule as-is. If you're happy with your rule, click "Save & Close" or "Run Rule".
 
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5. Once you've saved your pricing rule, you can move on to Step 3: Mass Price Your Inventory.
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