Already selling on Walmart.com?
As recent ecommerce shopping has expanded, so has the number of go-to sources—in search of products, many consumers gave additional shopping marketplaces a try during the recent stay-at-home orders. If a family couldn’t get what it wanted on Amazon, or if the delay was too long, they might find it available on Walmart. Merchants using Shopify carts and using eFulfillment Service for fulfillment can sell on Walmart and eFulfillment Service will schedule orders to meet Walmart processing standards.
Walmart Marketplace works with companies that:
- Are based in the US, with a US tax ID
- Have a UPC (universal product code) or GTIN (global trade item number)
- Sell products eligible for sale on Walmart
- Meet Walmart’s service requirements, including order processing of one business day or less
Shopify sellers can sell on Walmart by following these steps:
- Add the Walmart Marketplace App (WMA) as a new sales channel in Shopify
- Complete the Walmart Marketplace Request to Sell application
- One the application is approved, finish the onboarding steps in Walmart’s Seller Center:
- Complete seller profile
- Provide shipping and taxation details
- Provide details on your returns process
- Connect your Walmart Marketplace account in Shopify by logging in with your Walmart Profile details
- Sync your product listings and make any necessary adjustments
Let’s take a closer look
The Walmart Marketplace app is free to install. You do pay a referral fee for each item sold, based on categories. Additional pricing information for those categories is available on Walmart’s site.
eFulfillment Service is committed to opening new pathways to consumers for its clients, who are international companies launching in the U.S. market and U. S. entrepreneurs, established retailers and start-ups. “Whether our clients are just starting their business, or if they have a high-volume history, eFulfillment Service is here to help them fulfill their dreams,” says Chief Operating Officer, Steve Bulger.