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BQool Repricing Software

Hi everyone!  If all goes well, I’ll be leaving my full-time job in 2 weeks.  In preparation for my new life which will include more Amazon FBA, I have made a few changes to my subscription services:

I’m cancelling the online sourcing lists because once my job ends, I’ll have more time for retail arbitrage.  I plan on focusing on Back To School, Automotive, Toys, and then moving my way into Books and Wholesale.  I will still do some online arbitrage, but not as much.

BQool Repricing
I have mainly been a “set it and forget it” person when it comes to pricing.  As a result, I have more than a few long-standing items that are priced high as I did not adjust my prices downward as other Sellers came in and lowered prices.

In the past, I have tried other Repricers but they were either too expensive or too complicated for me to learn.

At this time, their least expensive plan is $25 per month or $22.50 if paid annually.  This plan is for hourly repricing for up to 2500 listings.   This is much less than a couple of other repricers that I tested out.

If you have more listings or want accelerated pricing, they have other plans available.  Please check out their pricing page for more information.

They do offer a 14-day free trial on all of their plans and no credit card is required.

Why It’s So Simple
Once your inventory is downloaded to your BQool account, you go through and enter your Buy Cost to each of your inventory items.  Then you tell BQool what you want your min/max profits to be.  From there, BQool will calculate your min/max selling prices.

You can also do the reverse – enter your min/max selling prices and BQool will calculate your min/max profits.

BQool Calculator

It’s very important to have a minimum price so that the repricer doesn’t lower your prices so low that you don’t make a profit.

After you set the prices, you apply the Pricing Rule.  BQool already has “Get Buy Box” and “Maximize Profit.”  Of course, you can create your own Pricing Rule.  For now, I’m using theirs.

BQool Listings

One of my goals is to sell all of my older inventory.  The plan is to have extra cash available for when my job ends so that I can buy lots of better & faster-moving inventory.  So far, BQool is helping me accomplish this as I’ve sold many older items over the past few weeks.

Hope each of you is having a profitable summer!

Diana Poisson

p.s. Ready to give BQool a try?  Click here for a 14-day free trial with no credit card required!

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  • Jeremiah July 22, 2015, 6:22 pm

    What was your experience like with the prime resale lists?

  • Diana July 22, 2015, 9:01 pm

    Hi Jeremiah,
    The customer service part is pretty good. They’re friendly and answer questions on their Facebook group page right away.

    They send the lists in the morning. Every so often, they do have to miss a day so they give you an additional list later.

    With Primeresale, I have made my monthly subscription fee back + some.

    However, the list drawbacks are that you need to research the “finds” first. Sometimes products will be listed against the wrong listing or there will be another listing of the same item with a lower price. Also, prices have dropped by the time I ordered them and they went live on Amazon. But these are things that aren’t specific to Primeresale and I’ve seen the same happen with the other lists.

    They have a daily and weekly trial. If you don’t want to sign up for a month right away, then try one of the other lists and try them out. As long as you buy a few things each week off the lists, you should make money. Let me know if you have any other questions!


  • Lisa September 8, 2015, 4:37 pm

    Hi Diana,
    Just curious which you like better, primeresale or supremeproductlist. I belonged to a sourcing group that shut down and I am interested in finding another as I work full time and just don’t have the time to spend sourcing.

    Thank you

    • Diana September 8, 2015, 7:35 pm

      Hi Lisa, The two are different lists, so it’s hard to compare the two equally.

      SupremeProductList is less money per month. But when I did it, he had a lot of shoes and clothing items. I’m not ungated in those categories so they didn’t do me any good. With that said, he sent out a tutorial to the members on how to get ungated in those categories. I received the clothing one and he goes over the image files and application. I haven’t done it yet though. So, if you are interested in getting ungated, then join his group and email him and see if the lesson is still available. Also, the buy costs for many (not all) of his items were higher than I was comfortable with. Lots of items where your buy cost was was over $50.00. Of course, that’ll give you a higher profit when it sells. Another thing is that he had a lot of items that he recommended buying today to hold til Q4 for when the prices go up. I did his list a couple of months ago and I didn’t want to hold and tie up funds.

      Primeresale has smaller profits and lower buy costs. He does grocery, HABA too but not clothing and shoes. He lists items from all of the typical online retailers that you probably seen in your other lists. For the most part I liked it, but there were instances where his product wasn’t matched to the best Amazon listing and also after I bought my items, received them and went to list them, then the “race to the bottom” had already kicked in. But that’s a chance you take with any list. His list was easier to read though as it had pictures of the items.

      I actually just signed up for a month of ScanDroidPro as they now offer more stores than they had when I first tried them out earlier this year. So, I’m going to give them another try.

  • Lisa allen September 12, 2015, 2:10 pm

    Thank you so much for the info. Stumbled across your site while doing a Google search for something (don’t even remember what for). So grateful I found it as you have such great information to share. I am a new seller (3months) and appreciate learning as much as I can . You have great content!!!

    • Diana September 12, 2015, 10:54 pm

      Hi Lisa, I’m glad you found my website and thank you for the kind words! I really appreciate it. I wish you the best of luck with FBA and let me know if you have any questions on anything.


  • Miguel December 31, 2015, 3:51 am

    Hi Diana,
    I don’t want to get off-topic. Do you have a blog post where you review sourcing lists? Thanks so much!

    • Diana December 31, 2015, 4:21 am

      Hi Miguel, I do have a few posts about the sourcing lists that I used:


      Getting a Shared VA

      Shared VA Update

      I also used Primeresale but I didn’t write a blog post about it.

      I’m no longer using a list but may try another one in the future.

      Hope the blog posts help!


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