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Enable Amazon Pay for Shoppers

Enable your shoppers to pay using their Amazon Pay account during checkout. Unsure which alternative payment methods to set up? See all supported alternative payment methods.

Before You Start

Merchants must have a pre-existing relationship with Amazon Pay before setting up this payment method. If you don’t have an Amazon Pay account yet, click Get Amazon Pay.

  1. Log in to the Bolt Merchant Dashboard.
  2. Navigate to Settings > Payments.
  3. Find Alternative Payment Methods and click Add Amazon Pay.
  4. You are redirected to Amazon to sign in. Enter the credentials of your Amazon Pay owner account.

    Owner account credentials must be used to set up this integration.

  5. Navigate to Connect your store and input the following:
    • Domains: Domain of the storefront (e.g., https://mystore.com)
    • Privacy Policy: URL of your privacy policy (e.g., https://mystore.com/privacy)
  6. Return to the Bolt Merchant Dashboard.
  7. Define default division settings:
  • Currency: Select the allowed currency.
  • Min Transaction Amount: Enter the minimum allowed transaction amount.
  • Max Transaction Amount: Enter the maximum allowed transaction amount.
  • Capture Payment: Enter either Immediately or Manually.
  1. To enable Amazon Pay in checkout immediately, set the Enable in Checkout toggle to on . If you aren’t ready to make Amazon Pay visible yet, leave this toggle off .
  2. Select Add Amazon Pay.

Manage Division Settings

After you link your Amazon Pay account, configure how Amazon Pay works for each division.

  1. Log in to the Bolt Merchant Dashboard.
  2. Navigate to Settings > Payments.
  3. Find Alternative Payment Methods and click Manage Amazon Pay.
  4. Adjust the division settings and click Update.

Test

Make sure to verify that Amazon Pay now displays in the Bolt checkout modal.

Switch or Disconnect Account

To unlink or update your Amazon Pay credentials, reach out to your customer success manager.

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