- If you have this set to No and you cannot compete with the lowest seller (i.e. they are below your minimum) you will be listed at your minimum price, if you can compete with the lowest seller then you will beat or match this seller based on your pricing rule.
- With Best Price set to Yes you will now be able to compete with the next lowest seller. If you cannot compete with the lowest seller you will be matched to the next lowest seller that is within your min and max prices.
This does mean that at times there will be more than one seller per feedback grouping of which only the cheapest is returned.
NB. This means that when using “Best price” at times you won’t compete directly with the next cheapest seller
See below information directly from Amazon on this topic:
Indicates the percentage of feedback ratings that were positive over the past 12 months.
Some (but not necessarily all) of the active offer listings for the specified product and ItemCondition, initially sorted by
the lowest landed price, are placed into their corresponding offer listing groups, and the listing with the lowest landed
price from each group is returned. If multiple sellers have listings that share the lowest landed price for a group, the listing
from the seller with the highest feedback count is returned. Groups without any listings are not returned.
If you have checked the details and still think your product(s) are pricing incorrectly please contact our support team for additional assistance