Did you know that you can shop in more than 60 currencies on Amazon?

While the UK site will automatically display prices in GBP, you can update your settings so that prices are shown in your preferred currency.

Here’s how.

Updating your Currency of Preference

Changing your Currency of Preference is simple. Just visit the currency settings page and select the currency you’d like to shop with from the drop-down menu, before clicking ‘Save changes’.

Current supported Currencies of Preference are:

● Argentine Peso

● Arab Emirates Dirham

● Australian Dollar

● Azerbaijanian Manat

● Bahamian Dollar

● Barbadian Dollar

● Bermudan Dollar

● Brazilian Real

● Brunei Dollar

● Bulgarian Lev

● Cayman Islands Dollar

● Chilean Peso

● Chinese Yuan

● Colombian Peso

● Costa Rica Colon

● Czech Koruna

● Danish Krone

● Dominican Republic Peso

● Egyptian Pound

● Euro

● Ghana Cedi

● Guatemalan Quetzal

● Hong Kong Dollar

● Hungarian Forint

● Indian Rupee

● Indonesian Rupiah

● Israeli Shekel

● Jamaican Dollar

● Japanese Yen

● Kazakhstani Tenge

● Kenyan Shilling

● Lebanese Pound

● Malaysian Ringgit

● Mauritius Rupee

● Mexican Peso

● Moroccan Dirham

● Namibia Dollar

● New Zealand Dollar

● Nigerian Naira

● Norwegian Krone

● Pakistan Rupee

● Panamanian Balboa

● Peruvian Nuevo Sol

● Polish Zloty

● Pound Sterling

● Qatari Riyal

● Romanian Leu

● Russian Ruble

● Saudi Arabian Riyal

● Singapore Dollar

● South Korean Won

● Sri Lanka Rupee

● Swedish Krona

● Swiss Franc

● Taiwan New Dollar

● Tanzanian Shilling

● Thai Baht

● The Philippine Peso

● Trinidad and Tobago Dollar

● Turkish Lira

● United States Dollar

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Checking out

Unless you’re using the Amazon Currency Converter (a tool which allows you to lock in your exchange rate and pay for purchases in your local currency), your “Order Total” price at checkout will be shown in your Currency of Preference.

Separately, you’ll see your “Payment Total”, which lists the total amount your card will be charged, as well as in which currency. The amount and currency of your Payment Total are not connected to your Currency of Preference, which is for reference use only.

If you’re using the Amazon Currency Converter, the Order Total will show the amount your card will be charged, the currency you’ll be charged in, and your guaranteed exchange rate. You’ll pay an exchange rate guarantee fee which is incorporated in the exchange rate. The amount of your Order Total is not connected to your Currency of Preference.

If you need help changing your currency or anything else while shopping on Amazon, find out how to contact Amazon UK Customer Service.