Many Amazon subscribers curate wish lists to help them select the perfect gifts. Some people use the wish lists to collect dream items that they can't buy for themselves. Accessing a friend's wish list is easy and rather a simple task. You can do it as long as the friend has shared their wish list with you.
Remember, you can no longer make a general search for wish lists. However, baby showers and wedding wish lists are still available. However, when it comes to personal wish lists involving your friends and family members, they must share them with you.
How Do I View a Friend's Wish List On Amazon?
For you to request that friend's wish list follow the steps below;
1. Hover over the accounts & lists then select wish list
2. Select friends. You will get a list of friends who have shared their wish lists with you showing up on the screen.
3. Request access to your friend's wish list by composing a note or using the provided note then choosing to email this message. If the friends agree to share that wish list, you will see it here. You can also copy and customize the message before you send it out directly from your personal email address.
If the friend accepts to share their wish list with you, you can note down their wish list. Remember, you must have an Amazon account and log in to your account to access your friend's wish list.
Can I Use My Friend's Wish List On Amazon?
Yes. You can even make a purchase on their behalf and have it delivered to them. They won't know it came from you until they see the gift. Go ahead and note down their wish list and come back later to check it out on another occasion. Once you have access to your friend's wish list, you can always access it from your list pages unless the friend decides to use their wish lists to private.
Get organized and start planning for the gift purchase. You can sort out the wish list items by price, date, title, or priority and filter the pull-down menus. Add the items to your cart for later purchase or buy the items with a single click.
You can save the wish list items to your cart first. This is a way to know if there is a promotion or deal going on in Amazon and you can enjoy the price drop and make your purchase. Besides, you can request the gift to be wrapped through Amazon.
Can I Search Wish Lists On Amazon?
Only wish lists set to the public are shared and available through search. You will need to click the link to view the wish list. To search for a wish list, follow the steps below.
1. Select find a list/registry
2. Enter that friend's name whose list you want to view
3. Click search
4. View the list and save the link to that, list
This step is optional and allows you to find lists from any list search results page.
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