Define Pricing and Minimum

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


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

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

b. Median Price - This is the median from all listed prices for a product, based on listed prices only.

c. Average of: - You will be given a secondary dropdown to choose Market Price, Median Price or My Price (your currently listed price).

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 "With an adjustment of", select:

a. +%, -%, +$ or -$

b. Then select the amount. Options include:

    • 0% to 10% for percent
    • $0.00 to $0.10 for dollar amount

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. Market Price
b. Low Price
c. Average of:
4. After selecting an option, enter a positive number with two decimal places. Then click "Save" to save your pricing rule.
5. Once you've saved your pricing rule, click "Continue" to move on to Step 3: Mass Price Your Inventory.
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