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Amazon Pay Spring Break Promotion

By Chris Dawson February 28, 2019 - 9:00 am

If you Activate Amazon Pay before the 26th of March 2019, Amazon will waive your fees for April, May and June in the Amazon Pay Spring Break Promotion.

Amazon Pay makes it simple customers to pay for products and services using the information already stored in their Amazon account. Amazon Pay’s fast and easy checkout process can increase conversions and reduce cart abandonments and it’s a seamless checkout experience across desktop, mobile, and voice.

Even if you already offer a payments solution on your website, there’s no harm in adding Amazon Pay as an alternative – at worst no one will use it but at best you might attract and retain customers who would prefer to use payment credentials they already have stored on Amazon. Perhaps the de facto default is PayPal and/or a merchant banking facility for debit and credit cards, but there are millions of consumers who already use Amazon and may choose to use Amazon Pay if it was on offer.

Amazon Pay Spring Break Promotion

In the offer, which you have until the 26th of March to activate, you can enjoy free payments processing with the Amazon Pay Spring Break Promotion for the whole of April, May and June. The fees that will be waived for this promotion include processing and authorisation fees up to £5,000 – it’s only if your Amazon Pay fees for the three months exceed £5,000 that you’ll start to pay (that’s £5,000 in fees, not payment volume with a processing fee of 3.4% or less for higher volumes plus an authorisation fee of 20p per transaction, you could process well in excess of £100k worth of transactions for free.

This promotion is valid only for new Merchants, registering after 1st Feb 2019 and there are a few terms and conditions you’ll need to fulfil.

If you’d like to apply for fee free Amazon Pay this spring, sign up on the Amazon Pay Spring Break Promotion landing page here.

  • Billy
    3 weeks ago

    I set it up on my website but after doing so I realised it takes so long to get paid that it was not really something I could accurately track payments on without a lot of effort. I can’t remember how long it was but it was weeks waiting on a payment to reach your bank.
    Strange because I am a business seller on Amazon and reconciling payments on there is simple and quick.
    I would love to offer this payment option but as far as I could see it’s not practical. If anyone else thinks differently I would love to hear why.

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