This Rule Action is for those with FBA listings that are being MCF'd to NON-Amazon marketplaces.
This rule functions to set the price of your NON-Amazon listings. But instead of setting the SAME price as Amazon, it aims to set the price to match the PROFIT you make on Amazon. So for example:
Amazon Price: $50 eBay Price: $47
Amazon Listing Fee: -$10 eBay Listing Fee: -$5
Amazon FBA Fee: -$5 Amazon's MCF Fee: -$7
Total Profit: $35 Total Profit: $35
Notice how eBay's price ends up being lower than Amazon's. Due to market specific fees, the NON-Amazon listing's price may be less than Amazon's, especially when it is a high-priced item.
Match FBA Profit is a Rule action that you can implement for your listings. You can set it from the Rules page.
Once on the Rules page, click Create New Rule. When creating a rule to use Match FBA Profit, it should look like this. This is a rule for a NON-Amazon integration.
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