Dropship Beta is here! We're thrilled to announce the launch of our Dropship program.  We're working hard to improve this experience and are adding exciting new suppliers weekly. We ask for your patience and feedback as this program continues to evolve.

Excited to browse dropship products from nationally-recognize brands that you can offer your shoppers? Read on to learn how to navigate your Dropship Catalog.

With CommentSold Dropship, you can partner with nationally-recognized brands to offer your shoppers new and existing products. You will need to request samples for the products you wish to feature and sell in your live sales and shoppable social posts. 

Your Dropship Catalog is where all available dropship products live. You can browse these products, order product samples, and add products to your shop catalog (no samples).

We walk you around your Dropship Catalog below.

Browse Products

  1. Select Dropship Catalog in the side menu of your CommentSold dashboard.
  2. Select the Product Catalog tab (the default tab).

On this page, you can view available dropship products. You can search, filter, and sort products using the below tools:

  • Search. Use the search field in the top-left corner of the page to search for a product using keywords, name, or SKU. 
  • MSRP Price Filter. Use the slide provided to view products within a specific MSRP price range.
  • Brands. Select the checkbox to the left of a brand name to view products the brand offers. You can select more than one brand.
  • Categories. Filter products by their category (e.g., ApparelHomeBeauty, etc.).
  • Sorted By. Select a sort (e.g., Price - high to low, Recently Added - A-Z, etc.).
  • Clear Filter. Clear applied filters by selecting Clear Filter in the top-right corner of the page.

Products automatically refresh once you apply your search term, filter, and/or sort.

View Product Details and Order Samples

  1. Locate and hover over a product you wish to view. Select View.
  2. View the following product details:
    • Product Name. This will copy to CommentSold if you request a sample of this product. You can edit the name at that time.
    • Product Description. This will copy to CommentSold if you request a sample of this product. You can edit the description at that time.
    • Product Images. Available product images will copy to CommentSold if you request a sample of this product.
  3. Locate Allocation Quantity at the bottom of the page. This is the amount of inventory you will be given to sell.
  4. Select Add Sample to request a sample of the product.
    • If the product has variants available (e.g., size and color), retailers will need to add the specific variants they wish to receive to their cart.
    • You can request multiple variants in your sample. Select Add Another Sample to do so.
    • Select Add Samples to My Cart

Walk through the entire process of ordering dropship product samples here.

View Past Sample Orders

  1. Select Dropship Catalog in the side menu of your CommentSold dashboard.
  2. Select the Manage Catalog Orders tab at the top of the page.

On this page, you can view the following information:

  • Order Number. Displays the order number. Select this link to view detailed information about the order.
  • Ordered On. Displays the date you placed your sample order.
  • Product Quantity. Displays the total number of unique dropship products included in the order.
  • Allocation Dates. Displays the dates of the 1-week allocation window in which you can sell your allocated inventory amount.
  • Sample Count. Displays the total number of samples included in the order. If you order more than one product sample (i.e., you ordered different variants), this number can be higher than the Product Quantity.
  • Order Total. Displays the total amount for the sample products you ordered.

You can select your Order Number to drill into the details of your order, including the samples ordered, the shipping address, and payment information.

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