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Amazon Smile Redirect

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This Extension will automatically redirect you to the corresponding AmazonSmile page from Amazon.com.

Image from store Amazon Smile Redirect
Description from store Help your favorite non-profit by purchasing your Amazon items through AmazonSmile. Overview: This Extension will automatically redirect you to the corresponding AmazonSmile page, so you will never need to remember to go to AmazonSmile first. In order for your non-profit to benefit from your purchase, you must complete your purchase through AmazonSmile. Supported Sites: amazon.com amazon.co.uk amazon.de Open Source: The code for this extension is open source and can be viewed on GitHub. https://github.com/webdevnerdstuff/amazon-smile-redirect Legal Information: AmazonSmile and the AmazonSmile logo are trademarks of Amazon.com, Inc. or its affiliates. The extension was not created or endorsed by Amazon. © 2020 Amazon Smile Redirect. All Rights Reserved.

Latest reviews

  • (2021-05-07) Lisa Bottomley: Just what I needed! Thankful for a simple-but-essential extension!
  • (2021-03-30) Ian Darke: Redirects as expected. Too bad I can't install this on IOS.
  • (2021-03-28) Robbi Hoy: I've been looking for something like this for followers of Central Minnesota Wildlife! Great! Thanks!
  • (2021-03-28) Cute Bunneh Rabbits: Works exactly as advertised! Since I always forget to go to amazon smile, this does it for me automatically! :)
  • (2021-03-23) Black Thorne: It does NOT "automatically" redirect you to Amazon Smile. You click on it, and it presents a drop-down and then you have to click AGAIN to get there. That is not 'automatic'. Hated it and removed it immediately. In fact, I had to re-add it long enough to write this review and as soon as I hit submit, I will be removing it again.
  • (2021-01-22) Ali Greer: Works exactly as you'd expect. Such a simple thing that can have such a great impact on charities. Thanks for making it!
  • (2020-12-30) Chaney Goldstein: The extension works as expected, and the only complaint that I have is that it can be a little slow to actually detect the page and redirect. But, I don't think that deserves a penalty. I think it's just my patience :) Other than that, I love it and apprecaite the idea.
  • (2020-09-22) Joe Salazar: Does exactly what what it's supposed to do which happens to be exactly what I needed it for. Excellent job! Thanks!
  • (2020-08-21) M S: I love it!
  • (2020-08-16) Mark Dodd: Simple extension that keeps me on amazon smile. It's perfect.
  • (2020-07-12) Greg K.: I always forget to go to Smile when I order from Amazon, so this is absolutely perfect for me! Thank you, this is awesome!
  • (2020-02-21) Victoria B: I love this so much. Thank you!!!
  • (2020-02-14) Carlos Contreras: This app is awesome, finally something that gives back instead of always just taking. Please add and help those who really need it!
  • (2020-02-10) Cindy Ferrara: This extension works great! A benefit to those of us who miss the initial pop-up that asks if I want to use Smile instead! Ensures that my selected non-profit gets their rewards. Great work!
  • (2020-02-10) Baby Warm: Works just like it should. This really helps supporters of our non-profit to remember to go to Amazon Smile. Thank you for helping out non-profits.
  • (2020-02-05) Paul Querol: The concept is good and appears to generally work but seems to have a couple if major bugs in the code: 1. Will end up redirecting any website that happens to have an HTML element with an id of "nav-tools", whether or not it is related to Amazon (although it may well redirect to a broken URL in these instances) 2. The logic for redirecting to the login page will never run because `(navlineText !== "Hello. Sign in" || navlineText !== 'Hallo! Anmelden')` will never evaluate to FALSE.
  • (2020-01-24) Stanton McCandlish: Does exactly what it's supposed to. I even tested having an Amazon page open then enabling the extension and reloading the page and it redirected to Smile. Wouldn't mind if it did the job a little faster, but beggars can't be choosers. :-) It's also available in a User Script version, and even if you prefer the full-interface Extension version, you can hide the extension from the menu bar, since there's not much of a reason to have it there. A suggestion for future development: have an option in the extension icon's menu to temporarily turn off what it does, without going into chrome://extensions/ and completely disabling it. There are sometimes reason to be using Amazon that don't have to do with buying things (e.g. when testing various things), and in such cases the differences between the regular and Smile sites can require one to use the former. This would also help with Amazon ad ("sponsored" listing) blockers; I can't find one that works properly at Smile, so I have to disable Amazon Smile Redirect if I'm actively shopping for a bunch of stuff, otherwise I get spammed by all the ads; then I turn it back on or manually go to Smile when I want to place an order, or if I'm at Amazon for something very specific such that ads will not be getting in my way.
  • (2020-01-18) Amy Eisenmann: Works exactly what you need it for! Click. Load. Simple. Effective. Amazon should have this already. Thank you, developer. xoxo
  • (2019-11-09) Jim W: Has issues with Brave (Chromium Based) Browser. When activated from a link it keeps reloading until turned off.
  • (2019-10-16) Mark Wood: Works a treat - very useful - a bit more money for charity and a bit less for Jeff Bezos so what's not to like?!
  • (2019-09-05) Shaun D: broken. forces you to the creators LinkedIn page
  • (2019-07-16) Joseph Tozzi: Works great! I always forget to go to the smile site. There are other good extensions that do this, but I found this one first and haven't had any problems. Thank you to developers of all of these plugins that are out there to help non-profits!
  • (2019-04-26) Timothy Doolittle: it used to work great...one-click and you were at Amazon Smile in a new tab. I added it to a new computer, now when i click it, is shows a help display of what the addon and amazon smiles is about, which requires an extra click on a amazonsmile link to finally get to amazon. This is fine the first time, but this is broke if I it shows each time.I ended up replacing it with a bookmark toolbar shortcut.
  • (2018-12-19) David Mednikov: Great extension! Thanks to the developer that wrote this. Feature suggestion though, can it search the internet for the best price and get Amazon Smile to show that price? Would be amazing! Hope it's not too deep of a rabbit hole ;)
  • (2018-11-25) Rebecca Brusch: Works exactly like I'd expect. I haven't run into an instance yet where it hasn't worked.
  • (2018-02-23) Daniel Murray: When I click a link a product link on a website or email, it doesn't take me to smile.amazon - I need to refresh the page or manually go to Amazon and then the smile redirect works. It should automatically redirect direct links too.
  • (2017-08-20) Linda Gaddy: Truly useful add on that helps you give to charity. I used to kick myself for forgetting to go to smile.amazon.com everytime i made a purchase on amazon. Not anymore.
  • (2017-07-27) Neil J: The first few times, there was a lag between an Amazon page being displayed and then it switching to a Smile.Amazon page. Pretty sure that after the Redirect was used a few times, the lag almost entirely disappeared. In summary, when you first install Redirect, when you have an Amazon page being displayed, give it a few seconds to switch to Smile.Amazon before assuming it's not working.
  • (2017-05-11) Volkan Gül: kudos
  • (2017-01-24) Josh Dressel: It appears to be the only Amazon Smile redirect extension to play nicely with HTTPS Everywhere. The others point to http://smile.amazon.com which causes conflicts.
  • (2017-01-19) CC Express: Hasn't failed me yet. I always forget to go to smile.amazon now I never will!
  • (2017-01-12) Garrett Bartley: Now that I have this installed on all of my computers, I won't forget to use Amazon Smile and donate to my kids' school every time I place an order!
  • (2016-12-29) Bunny Fairy: Works great!

Latest issues

  • (2021-04-17, v:2.1.0) Raphael Degroult: GARANTI POUR LES 2machines
  • (2020-08-08, v:2.0.9) Nina Rota: amazon smile extension doesn't automatically redirect
    When I click on it I have to choose from a popup menu to go to amazonsmile.
  • (2020-06-20, v:2.0.9) Sir Jaxxy: Is this a straight redirect?
    Do you simply redirect to smile.amazon or do you also embed your affiliate code? I am asking because I used AmazonSmile 1Button until I recently discovered they had started to embed their Amazon affiliate tag into the URL. I also started having other shady advertising show up.
  • (2020-05-25, v:2.0.4) Ryan DuVal: Prime video
    Should be some exceptions, like Instant Video. For example: https://smile.amazon.com/gp/video/detail/B078T1J231/ref=atv_hm_hom_1_c_iEgOEZ_2_1
  • (2019-07-28, v:1.2) R F: Great idea, but why does it need access to my browsing history?
    Question as above - why does it need access to my browsing history?
  • (2017-11-10, v:1.0) Graham Carrington: UK
    Amazon smile is now available in the UK - could this tool support that?


24,956 history
4.6 (47 votes)
Last update / version
2021-06-20 / 2.1.1
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