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Amazon Pay SDK Samples

Amazon Pay - Quick Start for a Simple Checkout

Test Cart

This is a test cart to show which calls need to be made to allow a buyer to make a purchase.

Note: This is a sandbox transaction. Your payment method will not be charged.

Product Description Quantity Total
Baldwin Entry Door Knob
Baldwin's Classic knob gives a comforting and invitingly warm impression. Clean lines and simple, architecturally-inspired designs exemplify timeless sophistication.
1 175.00

When logging in, use the following credentials.

Email address:
Password:      test123


Create the button container.

<div id="AmazonPayButton"></div>

Add script to set the client Id.

    window.onAmazonLoginReady = function () {
        window.onAmazonPaymentsReady = function() {

Import widgets javascript. This must be loaded after you set the client Id above.

<script async='async' src=''></script>
<script async='async' src=''></script>
<script async='async' src=''></script>
<script async='async' src=''></script>

Render the button. Note: You will need to add your domain to 'Allowed JavaScript Origins' in Seller Central. If you are testing locally you can use 'http://localhost'. Production sites must have a valid certificate and use https.

    function showButton() {               
        var authRequest;
        OffAmazonPayments.Button("AmazonPayButton", "MERCHANT_ID", {
             type: "PwA",
             color: "Gold",
             size: "large",
             language: "en-UK",
            authorization: function () {
                loginOptions = { scope: "profile payments:widget payments:shipping_address", popup: true };
                authRequest = amazon.Login.authorize(loginOptions, "");
            onError: function(error) {
                        // your error handling code.
                        // alert("The following error occurred: " 
                        //        + error.getErrorCode() 
                        //        + ' - ' + error.getErrorMessage());