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10 Free Tactical Arbitrage Alternatives of 2019

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Tactical Arbitrage is a technological software service designed by and operated by Visual Magic Productions Pvt. Ltd., and is a business to business analysis service, comparing a significant number of data points extracted from API’s and from wholesale and retail sources, that assists in isolating profitable purchasing.

Tactical Arbitrage is a technological software service designed by and operated by Visual Magic Productions Pvt. Ltd., and is a business to business analysis service, comparing a significant number of data points extracted from API’s and from wholesale and retail sources, that assists in isolating profitable purchasing options for online Amazon sellers from a tactical scientific approach.

The aim of Tactical Arbitrage is to help people escape the 9 to 5 and build an online arbitrage businesses from wherever they are in the world. Online arbitrage for Fulfillment By Amazon can be extremely profitable when done right and armed with the proper knowledge and tools. To be successful, many things need to be taken into account so you can make decisive, confident decisions rather than a series of ‘best guess’ leaps of faith.

How Tactical Arbitrage Works?

Using powerful databases, the app is able to provide rapid cached searching solutions of 100’s of sources, and bulk scanning of imported spreadsheets of data, that can be filtered, saved online and/or exported for further analysis and collaboration with your buying team, no matter the size.

Tactical Arbitrage is used for online and retail arbitrage, encompassing the sourcing of products to resell using current Return on Investment (ROI) and past statistical and analytic trends, and includes resources to help source books and the analysis of wholesale manifests.

In conjunction with a system of Saved Folders that auto-update and alert you to the latest data, saving and tracking your purchasing of products using our online folder management system is an effective means to look at potential repeat buys.

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Free Tactical Arbitrage Alternatives List

There are not a lot of free and good functioning options for online or retail arbitrage. There are a couple, which I have listed below.

1. Amazon Seller App

This app is suitable for Apple and Android. Starting with the basics, the Amazon Seller App is a free scouting app you can download, which allows you to scan barcodes and validate product information. You can use this app for a majority of your scanning, as it gives you the necessary buying decision info like Rank, Reviews, Number of Sellers, and Sales Prices. Getting information straight from Amazon ensures that you are getting the most accurate ranks and fees, as third party tools can only access information on a more limited basis.

Plus, Amazon’s app will let you know when an item is restricted or cannot be sold in new condition, which other apps don’t inform you of this. So, I would recommend you this app if you want an alternative for Tactical Arbitrage.

2. Amazon 1Button App

Again, this app is applicable in Chrome and Firefox. Basically, what this app does is that if you are searching for a particular item online, it will find the exact item, higher or lower price. It sends you pop up messages.

3. CamelCamelCamel and The Camelizer

This is an Amazon price tracker that provides price drop alerts and price history charts for products sold by Amazon.

Features includes:

  • Price Drop & Availability Alerts
  • Price History Charts
  • Amazon Product Search
  • The Camelizer – Google Chrome, Firefox & Safari extensions
  • Amazon Locales Support
  • Registration Optional
  • Camel Price Watch Management Interface
  • Wish list Import

4. PriceBlink

The PriceBlink plugin pops up on your screen on product listings to show you what other price points are available and also will let you know what discounts are on those sites. It really simplifies finding the lowest price, and often, you’ll find lower prices on sites you would have never thought of checking. This is just an easy way of making sure you’re always getting the best deal, because the lower your buy price the more you will profit!

5. Amazon Revenue Calculator

This calculator is basic, but is enough to get the job done. It shows you what your payout will be once Amazon takes its fees, if you sold it for that particular price. All you have to do is go to the Amazon Revenue Calculator, search the product ASIN/UPC/EAN, enter the sales price and hit calculate. After that you have a pretty clear idea of what items will profit you the best.

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6. Calculator Widget

The Calculator Widget certainly saves you a lot of your valuable time calculating revenue, as it simplifies the process of using the Amazon Revenue Calculator. When you are on the Amazon product listing page, simply click on the Calculator Widget icon and it will automatically pull up the Amazon Revenue Calculator, find the product you’re looking at and enter the Buy Box price. You just click calculate, and that’s it. You get your profit.

7. AMZ Seller Browser

This tool is great because it adds the sales rank to all of the products you view on Amazon. This can be an alternative entirely to The Camelizer also as it runs Camelcamelcamel information.

8. 800 Online Sourcing Sites

This is one of my personal creations. It is a collection of 800 websites that you can source online. Download for free and you will be able to store all of these links in an easy to access bookmark folder right on your Google Chrome dashboard.

These are some of the free software and plugins which you can use as an alternative to Tactical Arbitrage. These are definitely not automatic as Tactical Arbitrage but will for sure get your work done.

Conclusion

In this article, we have covered what tactical arbitrage is and what are its alternatives. Even though the alternatives are not automated ones yet they cover all the grounds that you would require to, to get your business started. You can also try out the ‘7 days trial’ provided by tactical arbitrage and then decide for yourself which works better for you.

If you do decide to do a free trial of Tactical Arbitrage, I highly encourage you to make sure you are prepared to spend a significant amount of time during that trial learning the software and scanning websites. You don’t want to sign up right when you are going out of town on vacation or right when you have a busy week of doing some other task. Make sure you can spend several hours going through tutorial videos and practicing what you are learning. If you dedicate the time to learning the software during the trial, you should be able to find enough items to resell that you can pay for at least a month of subscription for the service.

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