Use your Amazon account to check out.

What is Amazon Pay?


Amazon Pay is a payment method you can use during the checkout process as you shop on thousands of sites.


Use the information stored in your Amazon account to pay quickly and securely - all without having to create a new account, enter personal information or worry about security.


How does it work?

Look for Amazon Pay as you shop and  check out on your favorite sites
Click the Amazon Pay button when you are ready to check out
Speed through check out using the information you already have stored in your Amazon account

Amazon Pay makes check out easy with these benefits

Use one account


Use one account

Save yourself from keeping track of yet another login and password by using your Amazon account.

Breeze through checkout


Breeze through checkout

Pay quickly, using the information already stored in your Amazon account. Or, use Alexa and pay by voice.

Shop worry-free


Shop worry-free

Amazon Pay’s checkout is secure and your eligible purchases are protected by our A-to-z Guarantee.


Places you can find Amazon Pay

Allbirds
Atom Tickets
Avis
Brooklinen
CosmiXology
Canon
Fashion Nova
Jeffree Star
Kylie Cosmetics
Purple

Different ways you can use Amazon Pay

Web


Web

Amazon Pay is an online payment service that allows you to check out across tens of thousands of your favorite sites.

Mobile


Mobile

Amazon Pay is optimized for mobile, so you can check out right from your device.

Voice


Voice

With Alexa, shopping and donating to your favorite charities can be even more convenient.


What would you like to know?

What is Amazon Pay?

Amazon Pay makes it simple for hundreds of millions of customers around the globe to pay for products and services using the information already stored in their Amazon accounts. To make a payment, you can use any of the payment methods in your Amazon account.

How do I open an account?

If you already have an account with Amazon, you only have to accept our Customer Agreement when making a purchase on a non-Amazon site that accepts Amazon Pay. There is no separate registration process.

How do I find my Amazon Pay transactions?

Go to pay.amazon.com and sign in as a “shopper” using your Amazon username and password. One-time purchases are shown on the “Orders” tab, and subscription agreements are on the “Merchant Agreements” tab.

Is my payment information shared with merchants?

We do not share your full credit card, debit card, or bank account number with sites or charitable organizations that accept Amazon Pay. We share with the merchant payment information required to complete and support your transaction. This payment information may include the last four digits of your card number and the card type.

What does it cost me to use Amazon Pay?

It costs you nothing. Using Amazon Pay adds no fees to your transaction with sites and organizations accepting Amazon Pay. Your purchase incurs no transaction fee, no membership fee, no currency conversion fee, no foreign transaction fee, and no other fees. Your card issuer, however, may add a foreign transaction fee if your card was issued in a country different from the merchant’s as well as any other fees described in the terms and conditions for your card.

Where’s my order?

Sites offering Amazon Pay ship their own orders. If you think there may be a problem with delivering your order, contact the site or organization to address the problem. When you use Amazon Pay to check out, your eligible purchases are covered by Amazon's A-to-z Guarantee.

Where can I use Amazon Pay?

For a partial list of websites that accept Amazon Pay, see logos above. If there are websites you frequently buy from and would like them to add Amazon Pay to their site, you can send them an email or call them with your suggestion.

Can I use Amazon.com Gift Cards with Amazon Pay?

Amazon.com Gift Cards cannot be used as a payment method to place an order using Amazon Pay. Amazon.com Gift Cards can only be used to purchase eligible goods and services on Amazon.com and certain related sites as provided in the Amazon.com Gift Card Terms and Conditions.