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Task Setup Guide for Amazon

On the tasks page select create tasks.

Select Amazon from the drop down.



Amazon currently works best on 'newly' created accounts. We do not recommend using old Amazon accounts as some work and some do not. After you checkout, we recommend to make another new Amazon account for new tasks. Remember, you can turn off Two-Step Verification (2SV) on your Amazon account via Amazon account security page on the Amazon website (not module).

You will need to manually login when you start tasks the bot will do the rest of the checkout.

Each region is limited to 5 tasks at the same time.

Please keep in mind that sessions are shared per account (two tasks will share the same cart/session)

Sometimes tasks get stuck when logging in and the login window doesn't close if this happens you need to restart the task and redo the process.

Amazon module doesn't have cart clear it will checkout if anything is in your basket make sure it is empty before running the bot.


Product ID/PID

You can find a PID on Amazon by locating the URL of your desired product for example.

You can easily locate the PID by looking just after /dp/ for example the PID would be B08H95Y452 you can enter this into the "Product PID" section in your task creation.


Create a task

To create a task, click the green "Add Task" button in the bottom left. 
Here you'll have the following options:


Select your profile here.

It will use the default payment method that is set on your amazon account to checkout.

Amazon is less strict when it comes to one checkout per profile/card so you are able to checkout multiple per profile. However some high demand items for example PS5s it is 1 checkout per account.

Checkout Mode

There are two types of Checkout mode available. These are Normal and Experimental.

Both these will checkout your desired item, however you should always pick Normal unless stated otherwise. 

Payment Mode

There is one type of payment mode available. This is Credit Card.  

The credit card option will automatically checkout the item for you. You will most likely need to be prepared to accept your banks 3DS when this happens.

Proxy List

Here you want to select the proxies that you would like to use. We recommend that you use a mixture of datacentre and sticky residential proxies to ensure the best likely-hood of success. 

We would not recommend that you run any more than two tasks proxyless.

We recommend a proxy to task ratio of 3:1 this is to help you avoid getting your proxies banned.

Price Limit

Enter the price limit you want to set for this task.

Price check is for the product (whole cart) with shipping costs. If you enter 2000 it will let you buy every product with a total shipped price below £/20.00.

Seller ID

Enter the sellers ID to checkout a specific seller on amazon.

No seller id entered -> adds random seller to cart (should always choose amazon first)
Seller ID entered -> specific seller can be chosen.
"Amazon" as seller id entered -> will always choose sold and shipped by Amazon.

You can find seller ids by right clicking the seller name on Amazon -> inspect element and then do CTRL F and type "seller=" into the search bar and copy the value after the seller=.

You can also find seller IDs if you know the name of the seller by using tracksellers. You can choose any Amazon region on tracksellers.



Below we recommend to use the following delays:

Initial Item(s) release delays to use - 1,000

Restock delays to use - 15,000

Please checkout these two pages that cover Monitor tasks and Task Timers.

If you are using proxies, you may want to increase/decrease the delays depending on your setup.


Example Task Setup For Amazon

Correct Statuses For Amazon Tasks

  • unable to open checkout, retrying... - This means the Item is OOS.
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