A lot of people don’t know how to create a baby registry on Amazon. What information need to be filled and how can you set up it properly.

If you are also one of those people, then you are at the right place. Creating a baby registry on Amazon is not a difficult task, but setting it up in the proper way is very important.

What all items you should add to your checklist and how can you return items to Amazon if you don’t need it.

How To Create a Baby Registry on Amazon?

The signing up process is straight forward; you just have to fill necessary information Like your Baby Due Date, your preferences, and what other services you want.

Apart from that, Amazon also provides an in-depth guide that helps you to take care of your baby if you subscribe to their newsletter.

So, here’s the step by step guide to create a Baby Registry on Amazon:

Step 1:- Must Be login in your Amazon Account

First, you have to log in to your Amazon account so that after creating the amazon baby registry, you can manage it from other devices if you want.

Step 2:- Sign Up Baby Registry on Amazon

You can find a baby registry sign-up option in the sub-menu of the top navigation bar.

  • Hover over the “Account & List” and then from the drop-down menu, select “Baby registry.” It will redirect you to the baby registry page.

Step 3:- Fill the Necessary Detail

You have to fill some basic information and make some choices. Have a look at the below screenshot.  That’s the information you have to fill. So let’s understand all these terms,

Expected Arrival Date: Here, you have to add the due date of your baby.

Is This Your First Baby: Base upon your selection, you will see some difference in the items in your registry.

Gift Options: Here, you can select a Gift Card and Diaper fund if you want. I recommend enabling both of these options.

Gift card helps you to send and receive a gift from your friend, and Diaper Fund helps you to take care of the cost of the diapers you will need for your baby every month.

Group Gifting: It is also a good option. Suppose you want to buy items that have a higher price. By enabling this option, you can share it with your friends so that they can contribute to this item.

Who Can See Your Registry: There are the three options you have; Public, Private, Shared. By default is set on private, which means no one can see your registry, and you can’t share it with your friends. If you want to receive the benefits Gift card, then you have to enable the sharing option.

I recommend to first set it to private. When your checklist is ready, make it public so that you can share it with your friends.

Email option:- This is optional; it depends upon your personal choice. If you want to receive a newsletter written by professionals that help you to take care of your baby, I recommended to enable it.

Note:- Don’t worry about in the choice; if you want to change the setting, then you can do it later in the “Baby Registry Setting.”

After submitting all the information, click on “create a baby registry”, and its done.

Step 4:- Complete Your Checklist

Now, it’s time to add items to your baby checklist to claim the amazon registry welcome box and to become eligible for Completion discount.

You can add several items on your list according to your baby’s needs. Still, if you ask me what should you add, then I recommend checking the Amazon Baby Registry Checklist.

In that list, I’m just highlighting the items that are necessary for the baby. Still, not all the things may be essential for you; Every parent has different needs for their baby. But it’s good to have an idea about what to add on the checklist.

I hope you like our “how to create a baby registry on amazon” article, and it helps you to sign-up the account.

If you still have any questions or are facing any issue in creating a baby registry on Amazon, then ask me your question in the comment section.

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