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Setting Up Amazon Pay

Amazon Pay and Login with Amazon work together to create a great buyer experience. To learn more, see the Amazon Pay and Login with Amazon documentation for Magento 2 or watch the Amazon Pay University video on Integrating Amazon Pay with Magento 2.

To set up Amazon Pay:

1. On the Admin menu, choose Stores. Then under Settings, choose Configuration. Then, do the following:
a. In the upper-right corner, set the Store View chooser to establish where the Amazon Pay configuration applies.
b. In the panel on the left under Sales, choose Payment Methods. Then under Other Payment Methods, expand the Amazon Pay section.
2. Under Amazon Pay, tap Register or Connect an Amazon Pay Account.

Do not use your personal Amazon account for Amazon Pay.

a. If you do not yet have an Amazon merchant account, choose Create a new signin, and tap Select. Then, follow the onscreen instructions to create a new account.

Create Amazon Pay Account
b. If you already have an Amazon merchant account, choose Use existing Amazon signin, and tap Select. Then, complete the following sections:
3. When complete, tap Save Config.
4. In the message at the top of the page to refresh cache types, click Cache Management. Then, do the following:
a. Mark the checkbox of each invalid cache.
b. With the control set to “Refresh,” tap Submit.