Amazon Price Tracker helps you to list products you want to track on a Google Sheet. It automatically updates the latest availability information and alerts when it reaches a certain price.

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Sarthak Grover
Consumer Tech 
Interesting approach, @labnol. I did not know there was an Amazon Advertising API (assuming that is what lets you track inventory as well) but this is a nice wrapper around it. Do you see this becoming available in a different view like a website (borderline CamelCamelCamel) besides a Google Spreadsheet (which I assume will require some permissions on your drive account unless you 'own' the Google spreadsheet).
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Product Pearson
Product Manager @ Property4Media
Very interesting for the affiliate space. Thanks.
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Arun
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Happiness Engineer, Automattic
@theashtube absolutely, Ashley. Incredibly excited using it in useful ways.
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John AmadeoCS Major at Yale
@theashtube any chance you could explain what the affiliate space is? 🙂
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Product Pearson
Product Manager @ Property4Media
@john_amadeo Basically you could use these lists to work out which products are changing in price and promote them to users as part of the Amazon Associates program, therefore earning 5-7% of the sale commission.
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John AmadeoCS Major at Yale
@theashtube aah I see - thanks for explaining! :D
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landenStudent at Lighthosue Labs, Toronto
@theashtube Agreed. I can only really see this being used for that purpose. For just regular deal hunters, I'd recommend the Keepa Chrome extension. It lets you set up email alerts for products, and embeds a lot of useful data on the Amazon product page itself.
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John AmadeoCS Major at Yale
@labnol this looks interesting! What use cases/scenarios/industries do you think this product will really resonate with?
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Khalid AdilChief Thing Maker, Simply Human
It'd be interesting to be able to log how many of an item are available for sale for each day. Would this be possible @labnol?
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Nicolas NguyenFounder | Waatcher
Interesting @labnol, this is a new use case with price tracking that I've not seen before. Not sure why someone would pay for this service though.
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