Create Your Wish List

You can create a Wish List profile and add items to your registry to keep track of the items you're eyeing.

To create a Wish List:
  1. Hover over Wish List at the top of any Amazon.com page and select Create a Wish List from the drop-down.

    Note: If you're creating multiple Wish Lists, go to an existing Wish List and click Create another Wish List under your profile name.

  2. Click Create your Wish List. Your Wish List will be available and you can change its name by hovering over the list name and clicking the Edit list name link.
  3. Select Edit list profile from the List Actions filter at the top of your list to update your default shipping address, birthday, personal description and preferences.

    Note:

    • The shipping address you select will remain confidential. Gift givers will only see the name, city and state.
    • Amazon will only use your birthday for Wish List birthday reminders chosen by the customer and to generate information on the site.
    • You can designate whether your list is for organization and have the option to provide organization’s website URL details.
    • You can update this information again anytime.

  4. Click Save and browse for an item.
  5. Click Add to Wish List under the Buy box on the right-hand side of any item's product detail page.

    Note:

    • You can add items for sale by Amazon.com to your Wish List, except out-of-print books, out-of-stock products, cell phones with service plans, items that don't have release dates, and items with quantity restrictions.
    • You can add items available from sellers to your Wish List. Potential purchasers will see See Buying Options instead of Add to Cart next to the item, since the same copy of the item may not be available later.

Note:

  • You can repeat this process to create multiple Wish Lists; there's no limit. Your default Wish List is the one that items are added to when you click Add to Wish List. For more information on moving items between lists, go to Edit Items in Your Wish List.