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You can activate your Amazon.com Credit Card either online or over the phone at (888) 247-4080. To activate your Amazon.com Store Card, either call (866) 634-8379 or log in to your online account.
If you don’t have an online account yet, you must enroll in online banking first. Also, once you activate your Amazon.com Credit Card, you will be able to use it right away.
How to activate your Amazon.com Credit Card:
- Online: To activate your Amazon.com Credit Card online, go to the issuer’s online activation page. Then, either log in to your online account or enroll in online banking in order to activate your new card. You can activate your Amazon.com Store Card online as well.
- Over the phone: Call (888) 247-4080 and follow the prompts to activate your new Amazon.com Credit Card. For the Amazon.com Store Card activation, call (866) 634-8379 instead.
If you have any trouble activating your Amazon.com Credit Card, call the number on the back of your card for assistance. It’s best to activate your card as soon as possible after receiving it.
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