When you sign up for an Amazon credit card, you‚Äôll earn points on every purchase. For each ¬£2 you spend on Amazon.co.uk, you‚Äôll get 1.5 reward points.
Once you‚Äôve saved 1,000 points, you can exchange them for a ¬£10 Amazon gift card.
There‚Äôs even a sweet signup deal for all new members: 0% interest for 3 months plus a free ¬£20 Amazon gift card. Amazon Returns Info As per the Amazon return policy, you can return most Amazon items for a full refund within 30 days of delivery.
Amazon offer several return locations for you to drop off your order, including your local Collect+ store or Hermes location. Check Amazon‚Äôs handy returns guide for more information on how to send back your purchase.
If you‚Äôre having a problem with an order you placed (for example, your product is faulty or hasn‚Äôt arrived on time), you can contact the seller directly to rectify the issue.
For help with devices (such as Amazon Kindle), digital services (such as Prime Video), or your Prime membership, there are three main ways to contact Amazon.
You can call the team on the customer service (0800 279 7234), send them an email, or use the online chat service.
Looking for an incredible selection of items at some of the best prices online? Amazon (Amazon.co.uk) is a virtual one-stop shop for all your shopping needs, whether you're in the market for the latest in technology or nappies for your baby. With an ever-growing selection of items and a steady stream of excellent deals, Amazon.co.uk has been dominating the list of most visited sites in the UK for a number of years.
Founded in 1994 by American businessman Jeff Bezos, Amazon.com initially specialized in books, discs, computer hardware and software. Marketing his business as an online, global bookstore, Bezos saw immediate success, with sales exceeding $20,000/week within a few months of launching. Seeing an opportunity for further growth, Amazon.com spent the 90s and early 2000s acquiring smaller online merchants in order to expand their scope and product offering.
Today, the company is worth well over $80 billion and fulfils millions of orders from across the globe. A bustling online marketplace, Amazon.co.uk offers products that are available in the company's own warehouses, as well as products from third party merchants that are approved to sell through Amazon's platform. Popular shopping categories include books, consumer goods, electronics, games, digital content (movies, music, eBooks) and computing services.
If you're on the lookout for great deals (and who isn't!?), Amazon.co.uk is a great stop that promises some hefty discounts and often-unbeatable bargains. Right on the home page, shoppers will find today's hottest offers, as well as popular items recently purchased by other Amazon.co.uk shoppers. Those who have an Amazon account can sign in to see personalized shopping suggestions, based on previous searches and areas of interest.
To see a complete list of currently available deals, click on the "Today's Deals" link located below the search bar. The list will include a variety of deals across all categories, as well as a selection of Amazon UK vouchers.
In addition to the daily deals, Amazon's "Warehouse Deals" and the Amazon "Outlet" are among the lesser-known areas for big bargains. Getting to these shopping areas can be tricky, as they links are not located off the main page. To get to the deals, select "Shop Full Directory" from the pull-down "Shop By Department" menu. Once the full directory opens, look for the "Warehouse Deals" and "Outlet" links along the top navigation bar.
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Amazon UK has a customer-oriented help section where you'll be able to find the answers to most of your questions. Search by topic, or simply type your question into the search bar.
If you need to contact a customer service representative about an issue, log in to your account and select the email, phone or chat option, after indicating the nature of your question.