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When working out your price, you should factor in the condition of your product, the price of similar prices on Amazon, and the potential impact of Amazon’s referral and variable fees, as well as your delivery costs.
To help gauge a reasonable price, and gain some insight on the competition, you might choose to use Amazon’s on-site Pricing Tools. These include the Low Price feature, which allows you to compare your listing against products of similar type and condition. If the Low Price calculator deduces that yours is the lowest-priced listing for that particular item, a green checkmark will appear in the Low Price column.
You can also click on the listing ID for your items to view your listing information in a single detail page. On this page, you'll see a box marked ‘This Item Also Available To Buy’, where you can see the lowest-priced Marketplace items offered by other sellers in each condition available.
For more information on the specific requirements of Amazon Marketplace, visit the site’s useful help pages.