Are you editorially leaving out text from a quote of someone else's writing? If so, great, that's a good use of an ellipsis character. It means "there used to be more here that I considered irrelevant".
Otherwise, no, that's just stuttering. There's no pause in the thought of the sentence here, so inserting a long one makes no sense. Even though you are eliding unnecessary text that's implied by context, this isn't the editorial style, just the usual pattern of the language, so no punctuation is necessary or usable. Just leave out the repeated phrase and don't put anything in its place.
The price anchor can be specified by a text pattern of price and currency (e.g.\$NN.NN), and the shipping information by the "Ship" or "Get it by" keywords and a date pattern such as "Get it by Month day" or "Ships within N days".