If you don’t already have a Walmart Seller Center account, sign up with this exclusive link for easy onboarding through our Deliverr-Walmart partnership.
Note: It’s not required to sign up through the above link to connect your Walmart Seller Center account to Deliverr. As long as you already have a seller account with Walmart, you can begin following the steps in this article.
Before you get started
Be sure to create your Walmart product catalog prior to connecting to Deliverr. Otherwise, you will receive the following error after your connection attempt.
Step 1: Add new production keys for Deliverr
Log in to your account at Developer.Walmart.com (Do not type in www. before this address).
Under the Production Keys tab, select ‘Add New Key for a Solution Provider.’ In the pop-up that appears, select ‘Deliverr’ from the “Select Solution Provider” dropdown menu to generate new delegated access keys for Deliverr.
You will know that you’ve successfully added production keys for Deliverr if you have a Deliverr section in your Walmart Developer Portal as shown below.
Step 2: Set all permissions to “Full Access”
To update the permissions settings, select the ‘Permissions’ icon in the Deliverr section. You must set all columns to "Full Access."
Note: If the options are limited to “No Access” or “View Only,” select "View Only."
Ultimately, your selections should look like the below image.
After all permissions have been updated, you must click ‘Submit’ to save your changes.
Step 3: Copy your credentials (Client ID and Client Secret) to Deliverr
Back to the API Keys page of your Walmart Developer Portal. Copy your Client ID from Walmart, then click the ‘Copy’ icon.
To copy your Client Secret from Walmart, you will first need to make your Client Secret visible by clicking the eye icon, then clicking ‘Copy.’
In a new tab, log into your Deliverr Seller Portal account and select ‘+ Add Integration’ in the left sidebar menu. Select ‘+Add Integration’ under Walmart and paste your Client ID and Client Secret in the respective fields, then click ‘Connect Walmart.’
Once you submit these credentials, Deliverr will begin importing all of the products from your Walmart product catalog into your Deliverr Seller Portal account. If you’ve already shipped your inventory to Deliverr, Deliverr will begin updating your inventory quantities and fulfilling orders.
- If you see an INVALID_WAREHOUSE error message, please try again a few minutes later. This usually indicates downtime in the Walmart API.
- If a product is missing from Deliverr, you can troubleshoot by following the steps outlined in Why Can't I Find My Product, Listing, or SKU in Deliverr?
Step 5: Check for updates to your Walmart Seller Center account
In your Walmart Seller Center account, you’ll notice that Deliverr added a new template called “Default Shipping Template” to your Shipping Templates. This should not be edited, as it is preconfigured to be compatible with Deliverr, and Deliverr controls this template.
Note: If you are fulfilling orders through your own warehouse that has different shipping rules, you will need to use a separate template.
Below is what your shipping templates should look like.
- Transit Time: Minimum 6 days for the lower 48 states
- Price Range: $0 and up
- Rate: Free Shipping
- Transit Time: Minimum 5 days for the lower 48 states
- Price Range: $0 and up
- Rate: $0
- No shipping rules added; this tab should be blank
Note: This tab refers to the Walmart TwoDay shipping program and is not affiliated with Walmart Fast Tags. When Fast Tags are applied, Deliverr will override your shipping template to apply Fast Tag shipping speeds. If you have added a shipping rule to this template, simply delete it.
In your General Shipping settings, be sure that your Standard Processing Schedule meets the following requirements to coincide with Deliverr’s Service Level Agreements (SLAs):
- Time Zone: Eastern Standard Time
- Cutoff Times: 2:00pm EST, Monday-Friday
- Saturday and Sunday NOT selected for both Cutoff Times and Weekend Delivery
- Additional Days Off: add holidays mentioned in What Holidays Do I Need to Set Up in Walmart?