Just point with your browser (or change your Amazon bookmark)Then choose the charity that you want to support. The possibilities are endless; I even found hyper-local organizations like our high school marching band.
Then just shop as usual. As long as you do this through this web address, Amazon will donate 0.5% of all eligible purchases. All prices and products are the same as when buying without a smile.
If you’re using the Amazon mobile app, follow these simple instructions to enable Amazon Smile on your phone or tablet. That makes it even more automated than the desktop option.
That has absolutely no disadvantage. Indeed there is nothing but head. My advice: switch to Smile for all your Prime Day purchases and all Amazon purchases afterwards.
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