Just fill in only the details you want, and hit GO.
It will open Amazon in a new tab with whatever customizations you chose.
We'll stay open in the background. 🙂
What does this do?
Deal Hunting: preset scripts. You can even find the cheapest free shipping items on all of Amazon*!
Saves Time: search very precisely, without having to enter each category before setting filters.
Shows Everything: search across multiple categories, even if similar items would be in separate categories.
"Sold By Amazon": it's how to search exclusively for items sold by Amazon.
(different from "fulfilled by amazon" which are still sold by third-party sellers)
This option is sometimes hard to find if you don't (or can't) pick a subcategory.
May Save Mobile Data: loads very little data until you arrive at Amazon, plus less product images before filters apply.
Amazon.com search for customers in USA + Amazon.co.uk are live! Amazon.com for other customers & Kindle features coming 2024!
Standard search tips: You don't need to use "quotes" around words; they will not change the results. For the most precise results, combine the other settings. For extremely precise results use the brand beta feature (read below). If you want to see everything on sale, after setting your preferred country/site, select one of the deal codes and leave the rest of the settings default. If you don't know which deal code to pick I recommend Today's Deals, but when in doubt try both! Back to Search
Don't have Prime but still need a cheap item to get over the free shipping minimum? From a fresh page/reset: select your country/site choice, then select the Sold By Amazon option without entering anything in the search box, then hit GO to see all items on Amazon in order of price. Make sure you leave it to the default low-high sort and that no other options are set. Another way is to select Free Shipping, again with both low-high (default) and your preferred country/site set and hit GO with nothing in any other boxes, but beware that some items in that list may not give free shipping to your other items. These will be great ways to find that last cheap item to add on to meet the free shipping minimums. Frankly selecting nearly any individual option on this page other than just All Sellers and low-high options can show the cheapest items, but Amazon generally requires the items at least be fulfilled by Amazon to make your other items ship free. You will likely want the free shipping or Sold by Amazon options on this page for it to count towards the shipping minimums, because third party sellers that aren't fulfilled by Amazon usually won't count for this purpose. Note: in every case if you need free shipping, always check your cart before buying, because Amazon can be tricky if you ended up picking some items that have free shipping directly from a 3rd party and some from Amazon. Disclaimer: please see our terms below; in short you alone are responsible for your purchases and charges, so always double-check your cart first before submitting! Sometimes it's not always clear, so if you want less hassle you can try to limit your purchases and add-on items to items exclusively Sold By Amazon. Back to Search
When in doubt, reset this page if it's not searching for what you want or something seems unexpected. Sometimes I'm guilty myself of forgetting to deselect something before a new search. Reset will also refresh the page and just loading the page is enough to kick your browser into doing some things in the background that occasionally speed up your connection to Amazon. Back to Search
Troubleshooting: Getting an error on Amazon instead of search results? It could be a high traffic day and Amazon thinks you're a robot (it isn't always able to show the captcha so it may just show an error) or you picked the wrong country or this can also happen if you use a VPN. To fix: check you selected the right Amazon country drop down; if you did then go to your normal Amazon from your browser separately to answer the captcha. Once it sees the person on the browser is a human, it should work again! (I'll be working on a report box for downtime or other bugs later) Note: you should do this on the same web browser you are using our site from, so if you are viewing this on Chrome do the recaptcha on Chrome too. Back to Search
Advanced/Precise Search Tips: You can combine search options to get very precise results across the entire Amazon site you selected. For example typing "Samsung" in the Brand beta, "TV" in the search Box, Selecting Sold By Amazon, Today's Deals, a max price of $700, and leaving the low-high default settings will generally find just TV's from Amazon themselves that meet these precise criteria (but does not filter out sponsored results or items miscategorized on Amazon). Note: in the case of a tie, often the tie-breaker for the order it shows the items is the regular price. But be aware that being too precise might not show anything even if it otherwise would. Back to Search
How to use the Brand beta feature: This may be the most powerful and restrictive feature on this site. Often times when you search from Amazon themselves, or even from our normal search box alone, if you put the brand there, Amazon will "suggest" additional brands alongside it. Sometimes this is helpful. But what if you exclusively want to see sale items from a specific brand? Or what if they get buried in irrelevant similar brands that are just inferior? Or what if adding the low-high sort buries it after cheaper brands you don't want? That's what this feature is for! Currently for both security and technical reasons, brand beta exclusively supports single-word brand names. In order to use this to it's fullest, always Capitalize the First Letter of whatever brand you use. Also, use the main/parent brand. For example: use "Microsoft" instead of "Xbox". When in doubt try both, but usually it's the parent brand that works best. There are reasons for these limitations, but suffice it to say the way it works is it's tying your search to existing brand filters that generally populate within subcategories. IE: if they don't exist or aren't exactly the way Amazon wants them it won't work! Changes to make it easier will come months down the line, but it's on the backburner for now with other things currently getting more focus. If there's a brand you search for regularly and you find it, note the way Amazon lists the brand and try typing it that way in this box next time. 😊 Back to Search
Looking for Free Kindle Books? We're working to integrate it (as well as search for non-free items), but in the meantime, you can try this trick: start from a fresh Reset and put "0.00" in the high price box. Then hit GO, and on the Amazon page you should see Kindle Store as one of the categories - pick that and all the $0 kindle books should be available. If this doesn't work (or they disable this trick), please hang tight, because we are working on eventually rolling out a full custom Kindle search integrated into the search box, which will make it easier to find anything (especially the non-free sale items like the book deals of the day, which in my opinion are actually the best Kindle books to grab!). Back to Search
‡ The above Tips may change or become obsolete at any time, including if Amazon
changes their site's behaviour.
† Brand is a Beta/Experimental feature - may cause no search results for any
reason, partly because it can be so precise it is unforgiving, or does not match
exactly the way it was registered on Amazon.
* All of whichever amazon site you've selected.
¶ Reset and refresh the page and other connection(s). The full benefit requires