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Adding Items to Your Wish List from Other Websites
Sometimes you'll find items on online stores (other than Amazon.co.uk) that you want to add to your Amazon Wish List. That's OK - because you can still add those items to your Amazon.co.uk Wish List with the Amazon "Add to Wish List" button.
The Amazon "Add to Wish List" button is a browser button that will let you add items to your Amazon Wish List even if they aren't listed on the Amazon.co.uk website, giving you one centralised place to add all the items you're wishing for. Click here to get the button!
To get the button, all you need to do is click on the image for the button and drag it to your browser's tool bar as instructed. It should only take a few seconds for the button be added and appear in your browser's tool bar.
Once you see the button, it's available for you to use immediately. When you're browsing a website and you see something you want, just click the "Add to Wish List" button in your tool bar. You'll see a confirmation screen, and the item will be added to your Amazon.co.uk Wish List.
When you or your friends and family browse your Wish List, they'll see non-Amazon items listed with a "Shop this store" button. If they decide to click the button to purchase the item, they'll be taken to the store where the item is listed - and the transaction will take place outside of Amazon.co.uk.
When you purchase an item from another website, the seller of the products on that site will charge your credit card, dispatch the product to you, and handle all customer issues. Note that Amazon will not share your delivery address or any personal information with that website. Amazon.co.uk has no control over your experience once you leave our website, and the A-to-z Guarantee does not apply to these orders.
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