Amazon Pay is now available on Ecwid by Lightspeed
Amazon Pay is the brand you know and trust. It's fast, secure, and ready when you are.
Boost your brand visibility for millions of Amazon customers with the fast, familiar and
secure Amazon.com checkout solution.
Why does Your Ecwid by Lightspeed Store needs Amazon Pay?
Keep customers engaged — from cart to finish: 37% percent of customers
abandon a site because they're asked to create an account. With Amazon Pay, there's no need
to create a new account or enter new information on your site.
Reduce chargebacks and fraudulent transactions: The Amazon brand is a proven
winner of customer trust. Their advanced fraud protection is the same technology used on
Grow your audience with co-marketing initiatives: The cost of acquiring new
customers has increased by over 50% over the last five years. With Amazon Pay co-marketing
programs, tap into Amazon's customer base of 200m+ global Prime customers.
Leverage the latest technology that customers love: Benefit from Amazon's
ecommerce innovations, enable features like recurring payments, let customers shop with
their voice using Alexa, and much more.
How I start?
Simply, by installing Amazon Pay for Ecwid by Lightspeed
app. After that you just have to
configure necessary fields for the integration and your shop is ready to use Amazon Pay.
Navigate to Amazon Pay Integration Central: US, EU, JP.
Select "Production" option from the "Marketplace switcher" drop-down menu to generate a key
pair with access to the Production environment
Identify as a "Self-developed" integration
Select "Self-developed" option from the drop-down menu
Use the default "One-time Payments, Single Authorization" payment type setting
Click on the "Get instructions" button
Create a client ID/store ID (if you already do not have one for your store website)
Navigate to "Manage client ID/store ID(s)" section
Click on the link "Create new client ID/store ID"
Set "Application or store name". Example: "My Store Integration"
Create a public/private key pair
Navigate to the "API keys" section
Click on the "Create keys" button
Use the default "Generate API credentials" setting
Name your API keys. Use a descriptive name, the name will be used to
differentiate between multiple keys when you need to manage them in Integration
Central. When naming the keys, you should consider who is using it and what
they're using it for
Click "Create keys" to create the public/private key pair
Store the private key and Public Key ID
Creating the key pair will automatically download the private key (.pem) file
to your browser, you do not need the public key. Save the private key file
in a secure location, you will need it to access Amazon Pay APIs. You should
never share your private key with anyone and this is the only time that you
will be able to download the private key file. If you lose access to your
private key, you must generate a new key pair
Store your Public Key ID, you will need it to access Amazon Pay APIs. Unlike
the private key file, you can return to this page at a later time to access
your Public Key ID
Add domains to Seller Central (as mentioned here, only if you skipped the step 4.)
Navigate to Integration central -> Manage Client/Store ID configurations
Choose the 'App or store name' you want to modify
Click 'Save changes'
Set data within the Dashboard of Amazon Pay for Ecwid by Lightspeed App
Since you have all necessary data which you can read from Integration Central, copy/paste
Public Key ID
Open the auto downloaded private key (.pem) file in text editor or browser and copy entire
content to Private Key ID field.
Make sure to also fill in the following fields:
Cart page link (your store cart page link) for example https://www.example.com/cart