|Retailer Manufacturer Part Number||Tire Intelligence Part Number||Brand Name||Product Name||Pattern Name||Prefix||Size||Speed Rating||Load Index||Load Range||Sidewall||Run Flat||OE Name||Qualified||Website Display Name||Current Price Date||Current Price||Price Offset||Suggested Price|
Retail Price Pro is updated every Thursday with the most recent prices we collected for a tire on each site, and the most recent price in the previous week. This means that if you do not see prices for Wednesday, then we either do not collect prices on Wednesday (could be another day earlier in the week) or the tire did not appear on that site on Wednesday.
The Suggested Price Feature is designed such that you want to prioritize which competitor you want to index your price against, and if a tire is not featured on that retailers site, you will go to the next priority. The priority is determined by the order, highest priority being at the top. You can change the priorities by clicking and dragging and you can any apply any dollar amount offset (+/-) to create a suggested price based on your competitors.
Tire Intelligence takes great effort in matching the data we collect from retailer websites to official sources of information like manufacturer product specifications. This provides the highest quality of data to be able to compare prices across different retailers and over time. Data that we have not matched to an official source is included, because it can be useful information. Simply click “Display unqualified data” and it will appear, and be flagged with an “N” in the column labeled “Qualified”.
We know that part numbers are critical to you. Typically, if available, the Retailer Manufacturer Part Number is the best part number to use, but the accuracy of it is dependent on the retailer. If available, we include retailer part number as well so you can gleam more information about the tire as needed. Sometimes manufacturers do not publish part numbers, and sometimes retailers do not list them. That is why we try to assign a Tire Intelligence Part Number to each tire even though the tire could actually be a different part number with the same description. The combination of the part numbers will give you the best chance at being able to positively identify the tire.
Type anything into the global search bar, like a brand, or a pattern or a size, or a part number, then click submit. The results of the table will automatically filter based on your entry. If you do not filter any results in any search box, you will get the full report of data by clicking Export.