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StreetPricer is a dynamic repricing, competitor analysis and price monitoring tool for serious eBay sellers.
It helps sellers build sales momentum, react quickly to price changes, identify new stock lines and compete on price. StreetPricer uses artificial intelligence (AI) automation without the need to input keywords, and works with all eBay sites, multiple stores, multiple currencies, and 10,000,000+ listings.
|Access Via||SaaS (Cloud Web App)|
|eBay Sites||All eBay Websites|
Trial: 14 days
|Standard||Up to 1 store and 1,000 listings||$75 per month|
|Professional||Up to 2 stores and 5,000 listings||$155 per month|
|Enterprise||Up to 5 stores and 100,000 listings, consolidated store view||$235 per month|
|Unlimited||Unlimited stores and Unlimited listings, consolidated store view||$750 per month|
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The Supplier Says
Dynamic Repricing, Competitor Analysis and Price Monitoring tool for serious eBay sellers.
The idea for StreetPricer was conceived in 2003 when its founder Cardy began selling on eBay. As a seller, Cardy knew the importance of pricing his products competitively, and he spent nights on his notebook doing exactly that - sifting through eBay, identifying and tracking his competitors' listings.
The text file became a spreadsheet and the spreadsheet became a database and Cardy soon had his secret weapon - a tool he affectionately called SLD (Search, Lock and Destroy). It did what he needed it to do and it "kicks ass!" in his words.
StreetPricer retains that very concept today. Its mission was, and still is - to Search, Lock and to Destroy.
Cardy's friends all wanted to have it - of course. In 2016, together with co-founder Andrew, Cardy began the plan to commercialise SLD. The directive to Andrew was simple - "whatever you dream up, the technical team will deliver".
In early 2017, Cardy's friends became the first batch of commercial users. StreetPricer took on its name and went from strength to strength. StreetPricer has a hard-working, competent and dedicated team. The need for it was conceived by sellers, conceptualised by sellers and improved by sellers. StreetPricer, 31 October 2017