PayPal has now been accepted as a payment method on Amazon. The payment method is one of the most vastly used, as it allows you to acquire products from all over the globe comfortably and securely. All you have to do is add funds into the PayPal account. The platform has strict security rules, as in if a merchant doesn’t ship his order to you, it is possible to receive back your money with PayPal. This way, you won’t be at risk by paying a product that doesn’t arrive. Along with this decision, Amazon also supports PayPal Credit now.
However, when we look at numerous massive online marketplaces, we see that PayPal isn’t listed as a payment method, although Amazon has a multitude of sellers from all over the world and products that can be sent internationally.
Regardless, PayPal can now be used on Amazon through an e-gift card. But how, you ask?
The marketplace doesn’t refuse e-gift cards which you can buy from so many places on the internet. To purchase a product on Amazon, you can buy an e-gift card that Amazon accepts with PayPal. Isn’t it simple?
Find those services that provide e-gift cards accepted by Amazon in exchange for your PayPal credit. You can now start preparing your shopping list on Amazon. A good hint is to search for that e-gift card before you actually start to buy something off Amazon, as a lot of e-gift cards are accessible through auctions in which you’ll have to place your offer and wait to see if you win. To have the card in handy, you should actually acquire one before purchasing something from the platform.
With this information, we bet your shopping sessions will have a new charm attached, and you’ll be able to enjoy them more than ever before.
Emmy Skylar started working for Debate Report in 2017. Emmy grew up in a small town in northern Manitoba. But moved to Ontario for university. Before joining Debate Report, Emmy briefly worked as a freelance journalist for CBC News. She covers politics and the economy.