The company is offering to sell its Walmart shipping products at a discount to consumers who buy the online retailer’s products directly.
The offer applies to Walmart.com and Walmart.ca products, as well as Walmart.co.uk, Walmart.fr, Walmart-owned stores and Walmart-branded items.
The company also said it would begin offering shipping discounts to customers on its online ordering site.
Walmart said it was adding the discounts to its existing shipping offer.
“We are adding these discounts to our existing shipping service to help you make the most of the Amazon Prime shipping and fulfillment service.
These discounts will start rolling out this week,” a Walmart spokeswoman said in an email.
Walmart is offering the discounts online and in-store, as Walmart stores in the U.S. and Canada offer a free delivery for orders over $100.
Walmart has also announced it would stop using its own delivery service, Express Shipping, which costs $29 a year to use.
Walmart’s online orders will continue to be sold on Amazon, but they will be available at stores that accept its payment methods, including those in the United States.
Walmart CEO Doug McMillon said earlier this month that Walmart was “dealing with some serious issues” related to the online ordering process.
Walmart customers can now also order items at other retailers including Target and Walmart, according to Walmart’s website.
Walmart and its online orders have been hit by an onslaught of online shopping that has driven down sales of products and reduced inventory.
Walmart had reported a loss of $8.2 billion in the fourth quarter, compared with $9.3 billion in its same-quarter 2016.
The loss came as the company posted its worst quarterly sales decline in four years.
The retailer reported a total of $2.5 billion in profit in the third quarter, down from $4.3 bn in the same period a year earlier.
Walmart, which has struggled to regain customers after years of losses, has struggled in recent months to revive sales as shoppers shun products such as clothing and electronics and shop online instead.
Walmart on Tuesday announced that it will open 1,000 more Walmart stores this year.
The online shopping giant said it will offer $10 delivery for online orders of $99 and $149.99, and it will pay $9 a shipping fee for orders of less than $50.
The new offers are the latest in a series of measures Walmart has taken to cut down on online sales.
In April, Walmart announced that the company would no longer ship its clothing, footwear and furniture through Amazon, a move that also helped boost its overall revenue.
In May, Walmart said the company was adding 1,200 Walmart stores to its supply chain.