A Friendly Guide to Amazon Device Registration at amazon.com/code

Have you ever bought a new Amazon device like a Kindle or Fire TV Stick and wondered how to register it to your Amazon account? We’ve all been there! Getting your shiny new gadget set up can feel confusing, but I’m here to walk you through the process step-by-step.

Creating or Signing Into Your Amazon Account

The first thing you’ll need to do is either sign in to your existing Amazon account or create a new one if you don’t have one yet.

  • To create a new account, go to amazon.com and click on “Create your Amazon account” in the top right corner. Follow the instructions to enter your details.
  • If you already have an account, simply enter your email address and password to sign in.

Once you’re logged into your Amazon account, you’re ready to register your new device!

Registering Your Amazon Device at amazon.com/code

Registering your Amazon device connects it to your Amazon account so you can access all your Amazon content like books, movies, music, and more.

Here are the steps:

  1. Turn on your new Amazon device and make sure it’s connected to WiFi.
  2. Find the registration code. This is usually displayed right on the screen when you turn it on for the first time.
  3. Open your internet browser and go to amazon.com/code.
  4. Enter the code displayed on your device.
  5. Click “Continue” and follow any additional prompts to complete the registration.

And that’s it – you should now have full access to your Amazon account on your new device!

Activating Amazon Prime

Once your device is registered, consider signing up for Amazon Prime to unlock more features. As a Prime member you get:

  • Free 2-day shipping on most items
  • Instant access to movies, TV shows, music and more
  • Exclusive member-only deals and discounts

You can activate your free 30-day Prime trial right from your new device. Just open the Prime Video app and follow the instructions.

I hope this simple guide helps you get your new Amazon device set up quickly! Let me know if you have any other questions.