3 things you didn’t know about Amazon Pay

You may’ve seen the Amazon Pay box on a non-Amazon website, here’s what it is, and numerous things it enables you to do with your Amazon account.

If you’re shopping across several retail sites, it can feel stressful to track your orders and manage payments across multiple websites. Amazon Pay can help streamline your order management and payments.

Amazon Pay enables Amazon customers to use their existing Amazon account to make purchases on thousands of their favorite sites around the web. That means you can extend the experience you know and trust on Amazon to the sites and stores where you’re already shopping. The possibilities don’t stop there; in fact, there are many ways Amazon Pay can make your life a little more effortless. Here’s how it works…

1. No setup or sign-up.

Amazon customers already have Amazon Pay, so there’s no setup or sign-up required. Once you find an item you love on the site where you’re shopping, just choose Amazon Pay at checkout, and login with your Amazon account credentials. Instead of creating a new account or having to type in your billing and shipping details, you can speed through checkout in a few clicks.

Amazon Pay is available across devices including mobile, desktop, or tablet.

2. Track your orders through Amazon.com

Track all of your Amazon Pay orders on Amazon.com. Once you finish checking everything off those wishlists, you can review the status of all your purchases at a glance.

Go to pay.amazon.com, and click the ‘Sign In’ button in the top right navigation. If you are already on Amazon.com, just click ‘Your Orders’, then click ‘Amazon Pay’.

3. Shop worry-free.

No matter where you make your purchase, Amazon Pay’s checkout is secure and your eligible purchases are protected by our A-to-z Guarantee. That means Amazon customers can rest assured that they’ll get the product they paid for.

Ready to start shopping? Check out some of the businesses offering Amazon Pay.