As strange as it might sound, you can make thousands of dollars buying products on Amazon and selling them back on Amazon at higher prices. Part of why this is possible is thanks to 3rd party software products that analyze the billions of items on the Amazon marketplace and show resellers which items have potential for profitable flipping. In this article, I’m going to compare the two biggest names in the Amazon to Amazon flips space, Tactical Arbitrage VS. eFLIP.
Both tools aim to accomplish the same thing: help Amazon sellers find and analyze Amazon flips. However, eFLIP does this by focusing on books exclusively. Tactical Arbitrage supports books (they call it “The Library”) and any other products on the Amazon marketplace.
First, disclosure, I’ve been a user and supporter of Tactical Arbitrage since day zero. Long before eFLIP was released, I was working with Tactical Arbitrage as a brand ambassador and early marketing advisor. You’re welcome to assume that I am biased but I’ve earned my living being objective and shooting straight over the past 7 years I’ve been online. I’ve done my best to include only objective and quantifiable metrics of comparison here and I assure you, as always, this post was written with your best interest in mind.
All of the positives about Source Mogul (speed, affordability and smooth interface) are a result of their slim functionality.
Keeping in mind that Tactical Arbitrage has several tiers for functions that eFLIP does not support, Tactical Arbitrage is far more affordable.
You can find leads with both products but Tactical Arbitrage is far superior, more feature rich and more affordable.