Optimizing your data feed for Pricerunner is easy. Merchants on Magento, Shopify and numerous other Shopping Carts are using DataFeedWatch to create a feed that is in line with all Pricerunner feed requirements:
Pricerunner fields description
Fields with * are required.
At least one of the fields with ** is requiered.
Product category. Note: If categories are missing, or too wide, it will delay or even prevent your products from coming online.
The product /model name. Use clean and clear product names. Avoid additional information that is not related to the names (free shipping, etc), as that would prevent them from being able to automatically match to our products by name.
A unique product ID.
The price charged for the item: excluding shipping cost, mail-in rebates (the price MUST be the one user pays at check out), including tax (VAT) in Europe. Instant rebates can be included, i.e. which lowers the price to what user will pay at check out.
The shipping cost per product. Only add if it's a flat rate, i.e. the shipping cost for a specific product is equal over the whole country.
The URL to the product on your website.
The unique product ID used by the manufacturer.
Manufacturer name (product brand).
EAN is a unique 13 digit number to identify products in Europe.
UPC is a unique 12 digit number to identify products in US.
Description of the product.
Note: CMYK color images are not supported.
Stock information.To be filled with "In Stock" or "Out of Stock" or "Preorder", depending on if the product is in stock or not.
Delivery time from time of order to product arriving at customer.
A message, next to the logo in the product listing, for Price Comparison products.
Currently Pricerunner doesn’t display any type of used or refurbished products.
The ISBN number of a book. Required for book retailers.
The catalog number of a CD or a DVD.
Warranty information for a product. Only applies to French retailers.