If you’ve shopped on Amazon.com or via the Amazon mobile shopping app, you’ve already experienced the easy checkout experience made possible with Amazon Pay. Your Amazon account contains your preferences for payment method, shipping, and billing address. You can also get the same quick and convenient experience anytime you see the “Pay” button. 

Explore all the places you can use Amazon Pay today for simple and safe transactions: 

From your desktop, mobile, or tablet

WhereToUseAmazonPayWithAlexa_Editorial_Inline_1You can shop online with tens of thousands of retailers that offer the Amazon Pay button at checkout. There’s no need to create a new account or enter credit card information. For a partial list of participating merchants, visit the For Shoppers section of our website. Be sure to check back often as we’re constantly adding new merchants and offering special deals. Plus, Alexa can send you delivery notifications so you can track your purchases without logging in or calling a customer service phone line. And you can shop worry-free, because your eligible purchases are protected under the Amazon Pay A-to-z Guarantee. Enjoy the security and ease of the Amazon.com checkout experience at top online merchants worldwide.

Amazon Pay at merchant sites - online shopping made easy with the Amazon Pay button.

At home, with your voice

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You can get even more done with Alexa — shop with voice, manage your bills, and donate to charities. Your favorite voice AI completes your transactions through Amazon Pay, using the default method of payment associated with your Amazon account.

Now shopping online isn’t tied to a computer or phone. With an Alexa-enabled device, you can easily make purchases with Alexa from third-party merchants such as Atom Tickets for movies.

Alexa can also help you manage your household by quickly and easily paying your utility bills with your voice, using the information stored securely in your Amazon account. To get started or learn more, visit Bill Planner on our website.

Supporting the causes that matter to you is also a cinch with voice donations through Alexa. You can donate to your favorite charity with a simple phrase, “Alexa, I want to make a donation.” For more ways to give back using Amazon Pay, read this article.

Amazon Pay for your connected home — it’s a no-brainer.

In your car

The next time you need to pay for gas at a gas station, you don’t need to hunt for your wallet. Just ask your Alexa-enabled device to find the participating Exxon or Mobil gas station and pump number, then fill up your vehicle. 

Amazon Pay for your connected car — it’s the smart, effortless way to pay at the pump. 

On your TV

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In addition to using Amazon Pay to handle your transactions off Amazon, you can also use your Amazon account to make purchases on your TV. You can easily add subscriptions from your smart TV right from the comfort of your couch. With your Amazon account seamlessly integrated into video streaming services, transactions happen in the background so your viewing isn’t interrupted. You can watch movies, TV, sports, Amazon Originals, and more with Prime Video, and with Fire TV, you can easily access Hulu and Sling TV. Your transaction history is all conveniently stored in your Amazon account.

Amazon for your TV - where e-commerce meets entertainment.

Amazon Pay is the future of connected commerce. Just look for the Amazon Pay button wherever you’re online.

 

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If you have an Amazon account, you’re already fully set up to use Amazon Pay wherever you see it — whether that is clicking the Amazon Pay button when checking out on your favorite online stores, managing your payment methods in your account on Amazon.com, or using Amazon Pay with Alexa. There are no additional sign-ups or sign-ins and no extra passwords to remember. Your transactions are safe and secure, and everything can be tracked in your Amazon account. To learn more about Amazon Pay, visit our website.

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