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Amazon Pay

Learn how to accept Amazon Pay payments.

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Go to Amazon Pay's website to learn more about this payment method.

​Amazon Pay is an online payment processing service owned by Amazon. It is a trusted digital wallet which focuses on giving shoppers the option to pay with their Amazon account on external merchant websites.

Enabled for hundreds of millions of active Amazon customers globally, Amazon Pay provides shoppers a familiar, fast, and secure payment experience using information already stored in their Amazon account.

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Register for Amazon Pay

Sign up for an account on the Amazon Pay website. Select the correct region for your account.

  • EU Registration — For merchants with a legal entity in one of the European countries listed. Select EUR as the currency on the registration page.
  • UK Registration — For merchants with a legal entity in the United Kingdom.
  • US Registration - For merchants with a legal entity in the United States.

Supported countries

You can implement Amazon Pay if your business is located in any of the following countries:

  • Belgium
  • Cyprus
  • Denmark
  • France
  • Hungary
  • Ireland
  • Italy
  • Luxembourg
  • Portugal
  • Spain
  • United Kingdom
  • United States

For more information about Amazon Pay availability, see the list of supported browsers.


Amazon Pay now lets you charge your shopper in currencies other than the currency of your account.

These currencies are supported:

Currency code Currency
AUD Australian Dollar
GBP British Pound
DKK Danish Krone
EUR Euro
HKD Hong Kong Dollar
JPY Japanese Yen
NZD New Zealand Dollar
NOK Norwegian Krone
ZAR South African Rand
USD United States Dollar

See the Amazon Pay docs for more details.

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