How to Remove a Credit Card from Your Amazon Account on Mobile

If your credit card has expired, or you simply do not wish to use it for Amazon purchases, it’s easy to remove your credit cards as well as any other payment methods from your Amazon account on a mobile phone. Let’s see how this is done.

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RAYMOND OGLESBY @RaymondOglesby2
March 10, 2022

If your credit card has expired, or you simply do not wish to use it for Amazon purchases, it’s easy to remove your credit cards as well as any other payment methods from your Amazon account on a mobile phone. Let’s see how this is done.

Note: Keep in mind that removing a payment method does not cancel any open orders that use that payment method.

This is for mobile phones using Amazon. Screenshots are from iPhone XR

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To get rid of an unused payment method from your phone, first, open the Amazon app.

In the Amazon app’s bottom bar, tap the User icon. Refer to the below image:

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Selecting the User icon

Next, scroll down the page to the Your Account section, then tap Your Payments. See the below image:

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Selecting Your Payments option

Now, choose the credit card or any other payment method to remove. See the following image:

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Selecting a credit card to remove

Next, at the top right-hand corner, tap Edit. Refer to the below image:

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Selecting to Edit the credit card

Now, scroll the Edit Payment Method page to the bottom then tap Remove From Wallet. See the below image:

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Selecting to remove the credit card

Next, tap Confirm in the Remove Confirmation prompt. See the following image:

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Confirm your removal

And Amazon has now removed your selected payment method.

You may want to check Google Chrome as well if you have saved an expired or unwanted credit card there.

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