Amazon users have often come across a few items they want, and they keep these items sitting in their carts. The item has increased or decreased in price. Sometimes, these changes seem arbitrary. It is common for an item to go down by a single penny. Sometimes, the changes are momentous, and what would have been bought is soon deleted from the cart.
Why are these changes happening? Why do they seem so calculated? The answer is because they are. Amazon’s auto-pricing system is extremely intuitive for online sellers. It helps automate some of the most difficult parts of selling many items online, and that is the process of setting the price.
How it Works
Every item that is listed on Amazon through a third-party will have a price. This price is not set if the seller doesn’t want it to be. It can change according to conditions. Users simply …