What are personalized ads? Personalized ads, sometimes referred to as targeted or interest-based ads, are based on information about you, such as the products you view on Amazon.com, your purchases on Amazon.com, visits to websites where we provide ads or content, or use of payment services like Checkout by Amazon on other websites. You can set your preference for ads personalized by Amazon here, or visit our Interest-Based-Ads page to learn more.
Note that even if you choose not to see personalized ads above, you may see personalized product recommendations and other similar features on Amazon.com and its affiliated sites. You may also see ads provided by Amazon.com on other websites; they just won't be personalized.
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