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What is Amazon Pay?

Amazon Pay is a service offered to Amazon customers which allows you to experience the convenience and security of Amazon wherever you shop. You can enjoy the benefits of Amazon Pay wherever you see it — whether that is checking out on your favourite online stores, paying by voice with Alexa*, or managing your payments in your account on Amazon.co.uk.
THE SMART WAY TO PAY
Get the most out of your Amazon account
How does Amazon Pay work?
If you have an Amazon account, you are ready to start using Amazon Pay wherever you see the Amazon Pay button. No additional registration is necessary. Amazon Pay simply uses the information and payment methods stored in your Amazon account.
Use Amazon Pay with Alexa*
Alexa* and Amazon Pay make everyday activities a little easier. Using voice can help you streamline buying cinema tickets. Also, Alexa’s notifications keep you informed when your order is out for delivery or already delivered.
Is Amazon Pay part of Amazon?
Yes, it is. As an Amazon account holder, you can check out at tens of thousands of online stores – with a click or with your voice – using the payment information stored in your Amazon account. You can also manage the payment methods in your Amazon account with Amazon Pay.

Shopper BENEFITS

Smooth shopping ahead

The faster way to pay

Breeze through checkout using the payment and address information stored in your Amazon account.

Pay every day, everywhere

An easy way to manage your payments on Amazon.co.uk, check out at your favourite sites, and with Alexa*.

Shop worry-free

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

Give your customers more of what they want

Amazon Pay brings the fast, secure, and familiar Amazon.co.uk payment experience straight to your site. That means hundreds of millions of Amazon customers worldwide can check out on your site in just a few easy steps, and without the need to create a new account. Enable voice shopping with Alexa*, increase your brand reach, and gain peace of mind with advanced fraud protection.
Give your customers an experience they know and trust

ANY QUESTIONS?

Amazon Pay for shoppers explained


Amazon Pay is a service offered to Amazon customers, and you are enabled to use it wherever you see it — whether that is clicking the Amazon Pay button when checking out on your favourite online stores, managing your payment methods in your account on Amazon.co.uk or using Amazon Pay on Alexa*. There are no additional sign-ups or sign-ins. Your transactions are safe and secure, and everything can be tracked in your Amazon account.

If you have an Amazon account, you are ready to start using Amazon Pay wherever you see the Amazon Pay button. No additional registration is necessary, which means you don’t need to create a new account or remember old passwords. Amazon Pay simply uses the information and payment methods stored in your Amazon account. That also includes your address book, so you’ll always your favourite addresses handy no matter where you shop.

Go to pay.amazon.co.uk and sign in as a “shopper” using your Amazon username and password. One-time purchases are shown on the “Activity” tab, and subscription agreements are on the “Merchant agreements” tab. You can also view your transactions on Amazon.co.uk. If you are on a desktop, your Amazon Pay transactions can be found under “Amazon Orders” within the Amazon Pay tab or in “Your Account” under “Transactions”. If you are in the Amazon app, all transactions are listed together under “Your Orders” or in “Your Account”.

We do not share your full credit card, debit card or bank account number with sites or charitable organisations that accept Amazon Pay. The merchant only receives information that is required to complete and support your transaction. This information may include your name, email address and delivery address.

The service costs nothing. Using Amazon Pay does not add fees to your purchases on sites and organisations accepting Amazon Pay. We do not add transaction fees, membership fees or any other fees. Your card issuer, however, may charge fees, such as a foreign transaction fee if your card was issued in a country different from the site on which you are shopping, as well as any other fees described in the terms and conditions for your card.

Sites offering Amazon Pay deliver their own orders to you. Also, you can enable Alexa Delivery Notifications through participating merchants to get package tracking alerts. If you think there may be a problem with your order, contact the site or organisation to address the problem. When you use Amazon Pay to check out, your purchases are covered by Amazon Pay's A-to-z Guarantee.

For a partial list of websites that accept Amazon Pay, see the For Shoppers section of our website. Is the Amazon Pay button not showing as a payment option in your favourite online stores? Let’s make it happen! You can simply email the store or call them with your suggestion to start enjoying the freedom of a checkout experience you know and trust.

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

Amazon Pay. As an Amazon account holder, you can check out at tens of thousands of online stores around the world other than Amazon.co.uk using the payment information stored in your Amazon account. The place where you manage those payment methods in your Amazon account is also Amazon Pay. Additionally, you can also use Amazon Pay on Alexa*.

Online payments using Amazon Pay are becoming even more secure because of added security checks. During checkout, you can be redirected to your bank’s or card issuer’s website to verify your credit or debit card payment. Learn more about additional security checks when shopping with Amazon Pay.

1Only applicable for merchants who have Amazon Pay for Alexa Skills.
2See here for a list of items and situations not covered by the A-to-z Guarantee.