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Searching Amazon for price glitches for Ebay

Discussion in 'Ebay' started by Tsquared1, Apr 2, 2017.

  1. Tsquared1

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    I know there are lots of price glitches and drops on Amazon daily and would like to exploit them for Ebay sales. However i would like to search Amazon at different times of the day and find price glitches or large percentage price drops without having to search through one category at a time. Is there something out there that can automate this process?
     
  2. Xsesonit

    Xsesonit Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    You can use an automated price monitoring system. I suggest you to use SKUGrid. :)
     
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    pls sir you made 40+ posts today, nothing wrong but wtf ...
     
  4. sturose

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    And quite a few mention SKUgrid!

    Are you promoting them??
     
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    Not exactly promoting, but I have used them and they are really awesome.
     
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    Ooopss, is that too much? :)
     
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    You are free to post as much as you like but we tend to notice people who go on mass posting sprees especially when they focus on one section.

    Not making any allegations here but it's very often a sign of a spammer or scammer and it draws attention to your account.
     
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    @sturose, thanks for your advice. :) I am not a spammer, I will also browse other thread too. Will keep on reading and sharing thoughts.
     
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