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Is Amazon your go-to site for just about anything you need to buy online?
In this Amazon shopping guide we've rounded up the best of Shopping Kim tips and tricks to shopping on Amazon. From how to use Buy Now Pay Later financing options to stores that offer Amazon Pay, we've got the Amazon info that you won't find anywhere else.
Here are our top Amazon shopping FAQ'S:
In This Post:
- Can you split payments on Amazon?
- Is Amazon FSA eligible?
- Can I use Afterpay on Amazon?
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- Where can I Use Amazon Gift Cards Besides Amazon?
- How to Finance Amazon Orders with Abunda
- Apple Pay vs Amazon Pay—Which is Right For You?
- Stores That Accept Amazon Pay
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Can you split payments on Amazon?
Looking to buy a group gift on Amazon or want to split your purchase between credit cards? There are many reasons you might want to split your payments on Amazon. At this time the only way you can split payments are between a credit card and debit card and an Amazon Gift Card.
Unfortunately the Amazon checkout doesn't allow for split payment among multiple cards. The best way to handle splitting payments would be to have each person contribute a gift card in the amount of their part of the purchase.
Is Amazon FSA eligible?
Great news for those who have FSA or HSA accounts and want to spend those funds on Amazon. They do accept Flexible Spending Accounts (FSA), Health Savings Accounts (HSA) (U.S. billing addresses only) for the purchase of FSA or HSA eligible items.
Can I use Afterpay on Amazon?
Afterpay is not valid on Amazon, but you can use Affirm on Amazon to buy now pay later purchases over $50 upon approval.
If you don't have an Affirm account and want to use Afterpay for your Amazon purchases you can visit Abunda.com and shop any Amazon item and use the Buy Now Pay Later service of your choice, including Afterpay on their site.