Has anyone in this group moved from RepriceIt to Bqool or vice versa? I’m seriously considering switching to one of these— would just simply go with RepriceIt (since it’s been good to me in the past) but I also see ppl recommending Bqool. It looks fairly robust so I’m wondering if anyone can help compare it to Repriceit.
1– wow I didn’t realize that about Bqool. #2—the trick is to work around this altho don’t ask me how! #3— Ahh, I kinda like the name even tho’ I usually don’t like nasty respellings! Seriously, though… one thing I like about RepriceIt was that it was a serious help in speeding up my manual repricing. You must have a dynamite manual process to beat RepriceIt on that!
I tried Bqool and ditched it for a few primary reasons:
1. It does not allow you to reprice based on used condition grade. I believe this is essential for books.
2. Let’s face it. All repricers stink for book repricing. Because of the API limitations it’s not going to be able to accurately reprice a large portion of your inventory unless you are ignoring FBA offers and repricing against MF offers only. My subscription level was $45. I just don’t see the value.
3. The freaky name. Bqool, really? Ok, kidding on this one (but’s still weird)
I am convinced that after having tried every non-commission based repricer I know of that RepriceIt offers the best options for booksellers. Having said that, I recently decided to go back to manual repricing.
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