Amazon Login

Amazon Login
Welcome to the login page for Amazon. This page will show you how you can easily log in to Amazon. Amazon.com is an American e-commerce company based in Seattle (Washington). It was one of the first major companies selling goods over the Internet and was founded in 1994 by Jeff Bezos.

Log in to Amazon.com

You have to login to Amazon to make a purchase. It’s really easy and can be done in just a few seconds. To login to Amazon, please follow the instructions below.
First go to Amazon.com with your internet browser. On the front page, click on the Your Account button in the menu. This will bring you to the Login page
of amazon.
Amazon Login
This will bring you to the login page of Amazon. Here, first enter your email-address and choose the option Yes, I have a password:. Now enter your password and click on the button Sign in using our secure server to sign in on Amazon.
If you did everything right, you should now be logged in on Amazon.

Register Amazon account

If you don’t have an Amazon account yet, you can create one easily for free. To create an Amazon account, follow these steps.
Go to amazon.com and place your mouse over the Your account button. The login button now appears. Instead of clicking on Sign in, click on the Start here button.

In the next screen, just enter your information to register an account on Amazon.

Register on Amazon
Register a free account on Amazon

Download Amazon apps

Amazon has also free apps for iPhone, iPad, Android en Windows Phone. With the apps, you can shop easily with your mobile phone.
Download the apps for free:
iPhone & iPad
Android
Windows Phone

About Amazon

The Amazon.com, Inc. is a listed American online retailer with a wide range of products. According to the company, Amazon has the world’s biggest selection of books, CDs and videos. Originally, it was meant as sales of books, but later other goods were also sold. In the beginning Amazon.com made ​​huge losses (U.S. $ 42 million), but sales rose and slowly crawled the company to break even.

After the collapse of the bubble Amazon was criticized for its business model, but it made its first annual profit in 2003. Amazon.com has a number of subsidiaries in United Kingdom, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Austria, Japan and China.