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.

To set up Amazon Pay

  1. On the Admin menu, choose Stores. Then under Settings, choose Configuration. Then, do the following:

    • In the upper-right corner, set the Store View chooser to establish where the Amazon Pay configuration applies.

    • In the panel on the left under Sales, choose Payment Methods. Then under Other Payment Methods, expand the Amazon Pay section.

    Amazon Pay
    Amazon Pay

  2. Under Amazon Pay, tap Register or Connect an Amazon Pay Account.

    Do not use your personal Amazon account for Amazon Pay.

    • 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 Create Amazon Pay Account

    • If you already have an Amazon merchant account, choose Use existing Amazon signin, and tap Select. Then, complete the following sections:

Credentials

  1. Expand the Credentials section.  Your credentials are transferred automatically from your Amazon Pay account to the Magento Admin. Your credentials can also be found in Amazon Seller Central in both Production and Sandbox modes.

    To use test credentials from the Amazon Pay Sandbox, do the following:

    • Get your Test Credentials for the Amazon Pay Sandbox.

    • In the Magento Amazon Pay configuration under Credentials, mark the Test Credentials checkbox.

    • Enter the following credentials that you copied from the Amazon Pay Sandbox on Amazon Seller Central:

      • Merchant Id
      • Access Key Id
      • Secret Access Key
      • Client ID
      • Client Secret
    • Set Sandbox to “Yes.”

      When you are through testing and ready to go live with Amazon Pay, return to the configuration and clear the Test Credentials checkbox. Then, set Sandbox to “No” and tap Save Config.

  2. Verify the Payment Region for the store.

    Credentials Credentials

  3. When complete, tap Save Config.

    Look for the message, “Your Amazon configuration is valid” at the top of the Configuration page.

    • If your credentials are valid, continue with the configuration.

    • Otherwise, correct your credentials, and try again.

Options

  1. Expand the Options section.

  2. Set Enable Amazon Pay to “Yes.”

  3. Set Enable Login with Amazon to “Yes.”

  4. Set Payment Action to one of the following:

    Action Description
    Charge on Shipment (Default) Amazon receives a capture request and charges the customer when an invoice is created in Magento.
    Charge on Order Amazon creates the invoice and charges the customer when the order is placed.
  5. Set Authorization Mode to one of the following to determine the method that is used to transmit authorization data.

    Mode Description
    Immediate (Default) Makes the disposition of an authorization available within a couple of seconds.
    Automatic (Recommended) Uses synchronous authorization if possible, and switches to asynchronous processing as needed, for some declines. The change in processing modes is transparent to the user.The status of sales order is “Pending” while the disposition of authorization is outstanding.
  6. Set Update Mechanism to one of the following:

    Mechanism Description
    Data Polling via Cron job (Default) Uses the standard Magento notification process that is scheduled by Cron job.
    Instant Payment Notifications (IPN) Sends notifications to the Instant Payment Notification URL.

    Options Options

Advanced Settings

  1. Expand the Frontend section. Then, do the following as applicable:

    • (Optional) If your store is available in multiple languages, you can display the text on the Amazon Pay button in a different language for each store view. To override the default display language for the current store view, enter one of the following language parameters in the Button Display Language field:

      • en-GB - English (Great Britain)
      • de-DE - German (Germany)
      • fr-FR - French (France)
      • it-IT - Italian (Italy)
      • sp-SP - Spanish (Spain)

      To learn more, see Language in the Amazon Pay Integration Guide.

    • Set Button Color to one of the following:

      • Gold
      • Light Gray
      • Dark Gray

      To learn more, see the Merchant Tools page on the Amazon Pay website.

    • Set Button Size to one of the following:

      • Small
      • Medium
      • Large
      • Extra Large
    • Choose “Yes” for each feature that you want to enable for the current store view:

      • Login with Amazon available in authentication popup
      • Amazon Pay button on Product Page
      • Amazon Pay button in minicart
      • Display Amazon Pay Method

    Frontend Frontend

  2. Expand the Sales Options section. Then, enter the Store Name.

    Sales Options Sales Options

  3. If you have a payment region in EU or UK, you may have an option for Use Multi-currency.

    Amazon Pay multi-currency feature is supported for the payment regions EU and UK.

    Amazon Pay multi-currency supports:

    • Australian Dollar (AUD)
    • British Pound (GBP)
    • Danish Krone (DKK)
    • Euro (EUR)
    • Hong Kong Dollar (HKD)
    • Japanese Yen (JPY)
    • New Zealand Dollar (NZD)
    • Norwegian Krone (NOK)
    • South African Rand (ZAR)
    • Swedish Krone (SEK)
    • Swiss Franc (CHF)
    • United States Dollar (USD)

    Sales Options Sales Options

  4. When complete, tap Save Config.

  5. In the message at the top of the page to refresh cache types, click Cache Management. Then, do the following:

    • Mark the checkbox of each invalid cache.

    • With the control set to “Refresh,” tap Submit.