Amazon Payments

Amazon Payments is a popular payment gateway that allows customers to pay for online products with their Amazon account. It's secure, familiar, and easy-to-use -- a great way to grow your business.

Visit Payment Methods Page

After logging in, hover your cursor over Set-up and select Payment.

Add Amazon Payment Method

Click Add Payment Method from the either the top right corner of your page, or the bottom of the page. Select Amazon Payments and click the Add Payment Methods icon that appears at the bottom of your Payments page.

Set-up And Configure Amazon Payments

From the Amazon Payments option, click Set-up.

You will see a list of fields that can be adjusted to enable and customize your Amazon Payments gateway.


Set Enabled to Yes to display your Amazon Payments gateway as a payment option when your customer checks out.

Entering Credentials

Add your Amazon Marketplace Web Services (Amazon MWS) credentials. You can learn more about Amazon MWS here.
Having issues finding your Client ID and Secret? Check out Amazon's walk through for setting this up here: Getting Started - Register Your Login with Amazon Application

Other Configuration

Set the other configurations to adjust how your Amazon Payments gateway functions and displays.

Show Pay with Amazon on Cart

Displays a payment button while your customer is viewing their cart.

Show In Minicart

Display payment button in the mini-cart in your header.

Payment Action

Decide the process on receiving a payment. Authorize Only verifies if your customer has enough money in their account to complete the transaction. You will have to send an invoice to receive their payment. Authorize and Capture both verifies your customer's payment while also debiting the funds into your account

New Order Status

Useful for communicating the state of your customer's order. If you choose Authorize Only as your Payment action, we recommend Pending so your customer knows the transaction has not been completed until you accept their payment. We recommend Processing if your Payment action is Authorize and Capture.

Email Store Name

The name of your store as it will appear in the Amazon Email (if different from your Zoey Store name in Setup > Site Configuration)

Soft Descriptor

Additional information used in the Amazon Email on Order Success

Asynchronous Mode

Please review Amazon Documentation before enabling.

Button Label

Pay With Amazon - Label on the button

Button Color

Choose from different button colors

Button Size

Choose from different button sizes

Sandbox Mode

Only enable if using Amazon Sandbox - you will only be able to checkout using an Amazon Sandbox user created in your Seller Central panel.

Debug Mode

Enable if instructed by Amazon or Zoey for testing purposes.

After choosing your settings, click Save.

JavaScript Origins And Allowed Returns URLs


You MUST follow the steps below to add Allowed JavaScript Origins and Allowed Return URLs to your Amazon Merchant Center in order for Pay With Amazon to work.

Step 1

Sign in to your Seller Central account, and then choose Login with Amazon from the Marketplace Switcher drop-down list near the top of the page.
##Step 2
In the Web Settings section, click the Edit button.
##Step 3
In the Allowed JavaScript Origins and Allowed Return URLs field, enter the following information:

Allowed JavaScript Origins (1)

https://[YOUR URL]/

Allowed Return URLs (3)

https://[YOUR URL]/amazon_payments/checkout/authorize/
https://[YOUR URL]/customer/authorize/
https://[YOUR URL]/

Note: To add multiple Allowed Return URLs, click the applicable Add Another link, and then enter information in the field that appears.
##Step 4
When you have finished entering information, click Save.

Once this is done, please re-test and let us know if Pay With Amazon is working.


When a user selects Amazon Pay, they are entered into the Amazon Checkout flow and can not select other payment methods.