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Amazon.ca Delivers E-mail Subscriptions

Now you can invite the best of your favourite Amazon.ca stores into your e-mail box. Get our editors' recommendations and reviews on the hottest new products, the occasional dishy interview, and the scoop on our best sales and deals—all in easily digestible bites. Amazon.ca Delivers e-mail subscriptions are a great way to learn about new releases and discover new products and artists that match your tastes.

Your e-mail subscriptions will be delivered to the e-mail address associated with your Amazon.ca account. You can subscribe to any number of e-mail subscriptions depending on your interests. Some subscriptions will be delivered on a regular schedule and show up in your mailbox on a weekly or monthly basis. Others will be sent only when an event of interest to you occurs.

Click the links below for more information about using Amazon.ca Delivers e-mail subscriptions features:

Managing Your E-mail Subscriptions

How do I see a list of my e-mail subscriptions?

You can visit Your E-mail Subscriptions to see all e-mail subscriptions that you currently receive. You can read the description for each e-mail subscription by clicking on the name. You also can choose to unsubscribe from one or all of your current e-mail subscriptions here.

How do I sign up for more e-mail subscriptions?

You can search for e-mail subscriptions or browse our entire list. Our selection of e-mail subscriptions is expanding all the time, so please check back regularly to view new subscriptions.

I get too many e-mails already. Will signing up for e-mail subscriptions overwhelm my inbox?

You can choose the volume of e-mail that you are comfortable receiving from Amazon.ca. Most e-mail subscriptions are sent out only once a month. You can start by signing-up for only one or two e-mail subscriptions at first. If you don't like any of them, you can click on the unsubscribe link available at the bottom of every e-mail that we send. After you unsubscribe, you will get one last notification e-mail confirming the change in your selection. You will then stop receiving that particular subscription.

If you love our timely and informative newsletters but don't want them in your inbox, you may be able to set up a "mail filter" or "mail processing rule" to automatically move messages from Amazon.ca into a folder of their own. Please refer to the documentation for your mail client or contact your Internet Service Provider for instructions on how to create mail rules.

Receiving E-mail Subscriptions

When will I start receiving my e-mail subscriptions?

Some subscriptions are sent out on a regular monthly cycle and some are delivered less frequently. You can get more details on when to expect the next mailing by reading the subscription list description. Click Your E-mail Subscriptions to see a list of all your subscriptions.

Why didn't I receive my e-mail subscription?

If you've signed up for an e-mail subscription but didn't receive it in your mailbox, please check the following:

  • Confirm that you haven't elected to receive only the most essential communication from Amazon.ca. You can check Your Communication Preferences to ensure that the very last check box on the bottom of the page is unchecked. If the box has been checked, your e-mail subscriptions automatically will be disabled.
  • Check to ensure that your e-mail address is correct on Your E-mail Subscriptions.
  • Check for messages from Amazon.ca in the bulk mail folder of your mail client.

How do I make sure I always get my e-mail subscriptions in a timely manner?

Anti-spam software can sometimes be too aggressive and block legitimate e-mails. To ensure that your e-mail subscriptions always reach your inbox, you can "white-list" e-mails from Amazon.ca. This tells your spam filters to let messages from Amazon.ca through. The method for white-listing varies from mail client to mail client. Typically you can add the address in the "From" line of your most recent subscription e-mail to your Address Book. Alternatively you may be able to select an e-mail from Amazon.ca and add the domain to your safe senders list or mark it as "not spam." Please refer to the documentation for your mail client or contact your Internet Service Provider for instructions on how to white-list messages from trusted senders.