As you may already know relying on the default store specific settings for Amazon will not be reliable. As such, each item needs to be set with the correct Amazon Pricing Option that you want individually per item. If you've not already set your items with the correct pricing option and find yourself getting unexpected pricing, we'll show you how to update all of your items with ease. 

Once you are logged into Sku Grid, the first thing you should do is set your grid to view 1000 items per page which is the maximum. That will help you be able to perform these actions as few times as possible. Next, select Amazon as the supplier from the 2nd filter on the page. Depending on how many items you have, it may take a little while to process, but once it is done, Sku Grid will have filtered out and displayed only your Amazon items and up to 1000 items per page. Then click on Multi Item Actions. You can either select individual items if you do not want to do all of your items at once by putting a check mark next to them or you can click select all on current page to put a check mark next to all items on the page. Then click Update Store Options.For Select Store, choose Amazon. For Select Store Options, choose the Amazon Pricing Option that you want to use.

Most people prefer "Lowest Prime Seller" which would be all items that display a prime logo or "Lowest Fulfilled" which are items shipped and sold by or Amazon FBA. More details on all of the Amazon Pricing Options will follow in later videos.

Then click Update. Allow some time for it to process. Once finished, Sku Grid will display an alert that it has updated all of the items that you had selected. If you have more pages of items, you'll need to go down and click on the other page numbers and repeat the process for each page of items. If you go and click edit on any of them, you will see that the appropriate Amazon Pricing Option has been added to the end of the URL to ensure proper tracking.