What are Amazon payment methods

Using our web or mobile payment integration channels allows you instant access to a variety of payment options, such as digital wallets, conventional credit cards, and financing agreements.

When shopping online, consumers still frequently use physical payment cards like debit and credit cards. All of the well-known international credit card networks, such as American Express, Mastercard, and Visa, are supported by Amazon credit Services.

While using credit cards to make secure online purchases is handy, many customers would rather keep their credit cards in a digital wallet and use it to authorize payments when checking out.

Integrate our installments option into your checkout process to provide your customers with an easy way to spread the expense of big purchases.

Customers in Egypt can now use a lending facility to pay for online purchases thanks to a cooperation between Amazon Payment Services and valU, an Egyptian company. We refer to it as "Buy Now, Pay Later."

Debit and credit cards can be used with Amazon Pay. Visa, Mastercard, Discover, American Express, Diners Club, and JCB are currently accepted credit cards.

You pay nothing for it. No fees are added to your transaction with the business when you use Amazon Pay. There are no transaction fees, membership fees, currency conversion costs, foreign transaction fees, or other expenses associated with your purchase.

Simply click the Amazon Pay logo or button, enter your Amazon.com email address and password, and select your preferred payment method when you see that Amazon Pay is an acceptable payment method for the good or service you wish to buy.

The following is how payments made using Amazon Pay show up on your credit card statement:


For every purchase and donation, you will get an email confirmation. At pay.amazon.com, you may examine a history of all of your donations and other Amazon Pay transactions.

Let’s explore the safest method of payment on Amazon.

The A-to-z Guarantee safeguards your qualified purchases, and the Amazon Pay checkout process is safe.*

With Amazon Pay, you can check out online swiftly and securely. Our A-to-z Guarantee protects your qualified physical products transactions.

We don’t provide websites or nonprofit organizations that accept Amazon Pay access to your complete credit card, debit card, or bank account number.

There is no fee for the service. When you make purchases on websites and businesses that accept Amazon Pay, using Amazon Pay does not incur additional fees.

Websites that accept Amazon Pay will send you your own orders.

Your purchases are protected by Amazon Pay’s A-to-z Guarantee when you use it to check out.

The next subject is credit card-free Amazon payment methods.

Most large grocery and convenience stores provide gift cards and prepaid credit cards, which you can use to make payments directly from if you have a checking account with a US bank.

BUY THE AMAZON GIFT CARD. Most stores that sell gift cards, including a convenience store or supermarket, stock Amazon gift cards. These cards can be bought with cash.

Enter Amazon.com. If you don’t already have an Amazon account, you must establish one. You only need to provide your name and email address to create an account.

ACCESS YOUR ACCOUNT SUMMARY. To access this, simply hover your cursor over your name in the top-right corner and choose ‘Your Account.’

SELECT THE LINK THAT SAYS "APPLY A GIFT CARD TO YOUR ACCOUNT." The ‘Amazon Wallet’ part of your account page is where you may find this.

INSERT THE CODE FROM THE GIFT CARD’S BACK. The code consists of both letters and digits and is 14 or 15 characters long. A plastic gift card may require the cover to be scratched off. The code is contained in the email you get if the gift card was delivered to you digitally.

TAB ‘APPLY TO YOUR BALANCE.’ When you make a purchase on Amazon, the default payment method is your Amazon account balance, to which the value of the gift card will be added.