Swift, simple payments for Amazon customers
Amazon Pay is a payment method that’s, as the name suggests, created by Amazon to facilitate swift payments across various touchpoints. Essentially, the payment method leverages Amazon account details, such as shipping address and payment methods, to create a one-click purchase.
When offering Amazon Pay, you can choose to integrate an Amazon Pay button into your checkout. For customers used to Amazon Pay, this will create instant recognition and help you boost your checkout conversion.
Amazon Pay supports a variety of payment methods, such as credit cards, SEPA transfers, local payment methods, and invoicing or financing products.
Amazon Pay is still most popular in the United States but is expanding to international markets. With Amazon becoming more prominent and popular, adding the payment method to your payment mix is an excellent approach to creating a checkout that meets the needs of a diverse audience.
AUD, CHF, DKK, EUR, GBP, HKD, JPY, NOK, NZD, SEK, USD, ZAR
Amazon Pay features:
- Second Chance
- Full, partial, and API refunds
- No need to enter full payment method or shipping address details
- Easy to use
- Optimized for all devices
- Highly safe payment method
- Boost checkout conversion for Amazon users
- Recognizable brand name to add to checkout
How Amazon Pay works
The customer selects Amazon Pay at checkout and is redirected to a payment page or initiates payment within your checkout
We receive the payment request and forward it to Amazon Pay.
The customer is then forwarded to the Amazon Pay login, where they complete their payment.
Amazon notifies us of the completed purchase.
Payment is completed and funds are transferred.
We offer the following integration options:
Amazon is a recognizable brand, and is already a big player in the American market. Being an early adopter and offering Amazon Pay in Europe can help you get ahead of the pack when it comes to serving Amazon customers.”