Service Details

Deliverr is an FBA-like fulfillment service for eBay, Walmart, Jet and Shopify stores.

Deliverr provides standardized pricing for quick shipping, guaranteed delivery dates, and integrates directly into fast shipping programs like eBay Guaranteed Delivery.

  • SaaS (Cloud Web App)
  • United States

Pricing & Trial

Fulfillment from $3.99 per unit
Storage from $0.75 per cu ft. per month

Integrations & Compatibility

  • Jet
  • ChannelAdvisor
  • Ecomdash
  • Sellbrite
  • Shopify

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3 Reviews

Average overall rating
  • lostnomad1

    Overall rating


    Too expense Ship all over country

    What were the positives?

    Nothing everything is too expensive. They want you to break up your case packs and send them all over the country. This adds a HUGE expense.

    Any negatives?

    Stop breaking up shipments. I have case packs of 12 units that are case packs for a reason. They want me to send 3 units to Las Vegas, 3 to GA, 3 to Texas, 3 PA. This isn't a feasible working model. Avoid their service until they get their stuff together.


    Still waiting for a reply from their support, haven't heard back thats why I am leaving feedback here.

  • info184

    Overall rating


    Great resource, awesome alternative to Amazon FBA

    The only fulfillment we have found that was price competitive with Amazon FBA. Thus, the only realistic choice for Walmart fulfillment that we have found. Additionally, Deliverr is MUCH better at timely fulfillment for non-Amazon orders than Amazon fulfillment services is. Amazon sometimes treats non-Amazon fulfillment orders as second class citizens.

    It has not been perfect, but Deliverr solicits our feedback and takes our criticisms into account. We have a very good relationship, to the point that we have incorporated Deliverr into our business model going forward.

    Only negative is that Deliverr doesn't own all the warehouses so sometimes the individual warehouses make decisions that are not in my company's best interests.
    We do a lot of volume on Amazon, and are happy for it. But, as anybody who sells on Amazon knows, you'd better have a backup plan as Amazon behave very arbitrarily. Deliverr gives us that option.

  • Jon Y

    Overall rating


    Don't waste your time. They are not ready for the workload.

    Okay when they actually work. They have delayed shipments being sent out over Walmart causing our scorecard to have dings due to not shipping out on time or arriving late. This was reduced when confronted about it.

    Now they shipped the wrong item and nearly two weeks later it's still not resolved. They jerk around when we have minimal inventory in their warehouse, provide all of the information necessary, and refuse to answer when it will be resolved.

    They don't reduce shipping cost for multiple orders and one shipment (They take the money normally saved for you and charge you for it). They require a minimum quantity of 10 per SKU which adds up fast when needing to ship to multiple warehouses. For those shipments, a max quantity of 10 SKU's are allowed per shipment (If you could fit 21 skus in one box under 10 lbs, they need to be separated into 3 boxes). Their shipping label is similar to Amazon's FBA but instead of a QR code for the picklist, they just state the picklist on the shipping label. The format of the picklist can only fit 10 items hence this limit.

    They have a lot of work ahead of them before I would consider recommending them as they are just not ready and it shows. One star simply due to the shipping speed (And that's mostly due to FedEx). Would have, otherwise, suggested 0.

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