How to Delete Your Amazon Order History

You can delete your Amazon order history if you no longer want a record of your past purchases. Here’s how to do it.

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Logging into Your Amazon Account

Deleting your Amazon order history is a pretty simple process, but it’s one that not a lot of people know how to do. if you’re someone who likes to keep a clean Amazon account, or if you’re selling on Amazon and want to delete old orders, here’s a quick guide on how to do it.

Go to Amazon.com and log in to your account

If you’re using a web browser, go to Amazon.com and log in to your account. Your account is the same on all Amazon websites, so there’s no need to create a new one.

Once you’re logged in, hover over the Accounts & Lists tab and click on Your Orders. You should see a list of recent orders. If you don’t see any orders, it means you haven’t placed any yet!

To the right of each order, you’ll see a button that says Track Package or View Order Details. Click on that button to go to the page where you can track your order or view more information about it.

Find the “Accounts & Lists” drop-down menu and hover over it

On the top-right corner of any Amazon page, you’ll see the “Accounts & Lists” drop-down menu. Hover your mouse over it, then click “Your Orders” in the drop-down menu that appears. You can also click “Your Orders” on the left side of any Amazon page, just below the search bar. This will take you to a page where you can see all of your recent orders.

Select “Your Orders” from the drop-down menu

First, go to Amazon’s website and log into your account. Next to the search bar, there will be a drop-down menu. Scroll down and select “Your Orders.” If you have not placed an order yet, there will be a message that says “No orders found.”

On the right-hand side of the screen, there will be a box that says “Filter orders by.” Select the time frame you would like to view from the drop-down menu. The options are “Allorders,” “Past six months,” “Past three months,” “Past month,” and “Custom range.”

Then, select the type of order you would like to see from the second drop-down menu. The options are ” returns & orders,” physical orders,” and digital orders.”

Deleting Your Order History

It’s actually really easy to delete your Amazon order history- whether you want to get rid of all records, or just a few select items. In this article, we’ll walk you through the steps to delete your entire order history, or to remove individual items from your order history.

On the “Your Orders” page, find the order you want to delete

On the “Your Orders” page, find the order you want to delete and then click Order Details.
On the Order Details page, click the More Actions drop-down menu and then select Delete Order.
A pop-up window will appear asking you to confirm that you want to delete the order. Click Delete.

Click on the “Delete” button next to the order

Sign in to your Amazon account. Click on the “Hello, [Your Name]” drop-down menu in the top right-hand corner of the screen, and then select “Your Account” from the drop-down menu.

On the Your Account page, scroll down to the “Ordering and Shopping Preferences” section and click on “Manage Order History.”

On the Manage Order History page, you will see a list of your recent orders. To delete an order, click on the “Delete” button next to the order.

A pop-up window will appear asking you to confirm that you want to delete the order. Click on the “Delete Order” button to confirm.

A pop-up window will appear asking you to confirm the deletion

When you delete your Amazon order history, this will also delete any items that are currently in your shopping cart. If you’d like to keep your shopping cart items, you’ll need to move them to your Wish List or other saved lists before deleting your order history. To delete your Amazon order history:

1. Go to www.amazon.com and log in to your account.
2. Hover over “Accounts & Lists” and click on “Your Orders.”
3. On the right-hand side of the page, under the “Actions” drop-down menu, click on “Delete Order History.”
4. A pop-up window will appear asking you to confirm the deletion. Click on “Delete.”

Click on the “Delete Order” button to confirm

If you’re sure that you want to delete your order, click on the “Delete Order” button to confirm.

Keep in mind that once an order has been deleted, it cannot be recovered, so be absolutely certain that you won’t need to reference the order in the future before you click on the “Delete Order” button.

Repeat for Any Other Orders

In this guide, we’ll show you how to delete your Amazon order history. This can be useful if you want to clear out old or unwanted items from your history. You can also delete your entire order history if you wish. Let’s get started.

Repeat steps 2.1-2.4 for any other orders you want to delete

2.1) For any other orders you want to delete, click the checkbox next to the order.
2.2) Click Delete selections.
2.3) In the pop-up box, click Delete.
2.4) Click Close window. Your selected orders have been deleted from your Order History.

Once you have deleted all the orders you want, you will have successfully cleared your Amazon order history

Start by signing into your Amazon account and then hover over the Accounts & Lists tab. From there, select Your Orders. On the next page, you’ll see a list of all the orders you’ve placed on Amazon. You can filter this list by selecting a time period from the drop-down menu or by selecting All Order History, which will give you a complete record.

To delete an individual order, hover over the More Actions button and select Delete Order.

To delete multiple orders at once, check the box next to each order that you want to delete and then click on the Delete checked orders button.

You will be asked to confirm your decision before the selected orders are deleted. Once you have deleted all the orders you want, you will have successfully cleared your Amazon order history.

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