This article will teach you how to get started selling on Walmart.com with Sellbrite.
Sellbrite offers the easiest way to get up and running with Walmart.com, as well as a complete integration for managing Walmart.com selling alongside the rest of your multichannel business.
Sellbrite merchants use the Walmart.com integration to create and manage product listings, sync inventory quantities to prevent overselling, sync prices alongside their other marketplace channels, fulfill orders, and run reports.
How to Get Started
There are a few steps to get up and running on Walmart.com. Here is a list of the steps you will follow, with links for more detailed information.
Apply to Sell on Walmart.com
The first step is to get approval for selling on Walmart.com. The marketplace has a simple list of requirements to get approved.
For a list of the requirements, as well as a link to apply, click here. Merchants who apply from Sellbrite are approved faster than regular merchants.
Start the Onboarding Process
The second step is to begin the Onboarding Process with Walmart.com. The initial steps of the onboarding process will include supplying Walmart.com with information about your company, as well as building your Seller Profile.
For a detailed breakdown of the Onboarding Process with Walmart.com, click here.
Connect to Sellbrite
After you've completed Step 3 of the Onboarding Process, we'll be able to connect your Walmart.com channel to Sellbrite.
Note: Walmart.com is a premium integration and is only available on the Business Premium plan and up.
Conduct Item Setup & Order Testing
Once your Walmart.com channel is connected in Sellbrite, the next step is to get a few products listed on Walmart, so they can facilitate Order Testing.
For more information about how to get products into Walmart.com, click here.
Can Sellbrite help me list products to Walmart?
Yes! Currently we can help you populate a Walmart.com category template, but bulk listing is coming to the interface very soon.
Can I use FBA to fulfill my Walmart.com orders?
No, Walmart.com will not allow the use of FBA to fulfill orders.