Zentail offers a dynamic Walmart repricer, available to everyone. Because competitive pricing is crucial to getting published on Walmart, we highly recommend utilizing this repricer to keep your listings published. 

Below are a few important notes on how to enable or disable this feature.

  1. To enable or disable this option, please go to your integrations page and view your Walmart card.  Then, toggle the Walmart Repricer to whichever option you prefer.
  2. We will not reprice any of your SKUs unless you have both a minimum price and a maximum price set in Zentail.  [Note:  To disable the Walmart Repricer, in addition to toggling the Repricer to Disable you need to remove the minimum prices, maximum prices, and the Walmart Price Override. These are not removed automatically.]
  3. You must have inventory for the SKU as this is required for the SKU to appear on the Buybox Report. 
  4. The price will get plugged in to your Walmart Price Override field (found in each SKU => Walmart advanced options). This means your Walmart Repricer does not change your sales price for any other channel except for Walmart.

Some Frequently Asked Questions about Zentail's Walmart Repricer:

Will Zentail reprice SKUs for Walmart that have a Walmart price override field filled in?

Yes.  Assuming you have your Walmart Repricer enabled on your integrations page, and you have minimum and maximum prices filled in, Zentail will reprice for Walmart and plug the repricing data into your Walmart price override field in Zentail.  Any price already in the price override field will get overwritten.  If you do not want to enable the Walmart Repricer for a specific SKU, please remove the minimum and maximum prices for that SKU.

Will adding minimum and maximum pricing also start repricing any other channel?

Yes.  Adding minimum and maximum prices will also activate the Zentail Amazon Repricer (if it has been configured and enabled on the Amazon integration page).  You can prevent Zentail from repricing on Amazon by disabling the pricing sync in the Amazon section of your Integration Settings page.

Let us know if you have any questions, and -- as always -- we welcome your feedback!

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