Importing files with the Repricer API

Imports are a great way to save time and bulk update your Repricer products using our highly customizable templates. In this article, we're going to show you how you can use Repricer's API to automate updating your products within Repricer. Be that your Minimum & Maximum Prices, Rules, Costs or so much more.


APIs imports can be technically advanced so would require some technical background. If you're not comfortable with that, you may want to consider using the manual import instead.

What is an API?

An API is a method of you (or rather your small script/program) talking to another and requesting something. In this case, our API allows you to connect to Repricer and request an import template with all your pricing data or to upload a file to your account.

The most common approach would be to have a script generate a file from your own system in Repricer's format and then upload it to your account.


It’s not recommended that files are uploaded more often than every 30 minutes. Uploading or downloading files too regularly may slow down processing on your account.

What is an import used for?

Repricer imports are a great method of quickly reviewing and updating your product information. The most common use of the import is to update Min Max prices and Repricing Rules but it can also be used to set costs and read other data such as ASIN, Quantity, and Fulfillment Type.

There are currently two types of imports available with Amazon Imports and eBay Import. You should familiarize yourself with these before progressing.

Note: At the moment, only Amazon format files are available via the API.

How to get started?

In order to get started you will need to familiarize yourself with the API calls available. You will find the details you would need to create your own calls to the API in the documents below,

  • API Authorization
  • Requesting a file
  • Uploading a file

What’s Next