StreetPricer notifies you by email whenever it has completed a scheduled repricing. These reports are available online and are more useful than the text report that is emailed.
You access the reports online at Reports > AutoPrice
This list shows you all the AutoPrices done and each line will tell you the date it was performed, the eBay store, the Price rule used, the Action (Update method) and the Status. For users with update method is CSV, a copy of that CSV will also be available in case you need to re-download it.
Clicking on the link shows the detail for each report:
The head section repeats the Date (now including time), eBay Store, Price Rule, Action and Status.
You can list 5-50 SKUs per page, filter to show only SKUs with changes and search for an SKU
You will find that there are a few links on this report:
Item ID link - any link that looks like an eBay Item ID will load the eBay page in a new window
SKU link - this link loads the Monitoring page of the SKU and is a good check for the competitor Foes for this SKU
Title link - this links to the eBay Listing page
Example 1: (explanation)
The sequence for any repricing is this (for this example):
The lowest competitor shown is adenalis-beauty at $17.93+$0 shipping. It has a QTY of 6 available.
The price rule of "1 cent lower" would mean we should reprice our item to $17.92
The original price is $26.95 and a Floor Price was set at $21.00
This means that although we should set a new price of $17.92, we cannot go below the Floor Price of $21.00
The new price is thus set for $21.00
Example 2: (explanation)
The sequence (for this example):
The lowest competitor shown is ozbeautycare at $120.92+$0 shipping. It has a QTY of 10 available.
The price rule of "1 cent lower" would mean we should reprice our item to $120.91
The original price is $120.93 and a Floor Price was set at $115.59
The recommended calculated price according to price rule is within the Floor Price minimum.
The new price is thus set for $120.91
IF the lowest competitor had its price HIGHER than the example SKU, StreetPricer would have moved the prices UPwards (but still 1 cent lower). So reprices can go UP or DOWN depending on the movement of the competitors.
IF the lowest competitor's Qty available was 0, the calculations would be based on the next lowest instead. (in example 2, it would be beautifulnailsdirect instead of ozbeautycare)