What is a good way to track Amazon?
So, I have always wondered if there is a good way to track Amazon orders? You know, you order a bunch of things and spend $175. You enter that expense. Then the ten things you ordered ship at different times. Amazon then charges you for each of the shipments when they ship. You import your bank transactions and they won't match your $175.00 entry. Has anyone come up with a good way to track this so it is easier to match up?
There is an option in your Amazon cart to consolidate everything into one shipment. This gets you one transaction. The negative is that everything comes at the speed of the slowest item in your cart. So if everything would be 2-day but one item is not prime eligible, say 5 day shipping, then everything comes in 5 days. I haven’t done this in a while so not sure if it always works.
I emailed [email protected] asking about this. I suggest you all do the same. Amazon does listen to complements and complaints.
I got this feedback on my suggestion on searching the amounts and having a history of transactions.
Our Order History Reports feature allows you to download a history of your physical orders, including information about ordering, returns, item details, and refund activity for a specified date range. At this time, you cannot download physical orders placed prior to 2006 or digital orders (including Kindle, Digital Music, etc.).
If you'd like, you can create Order History Reports for your physical orders using the link below:
The report is in a "csv" format, which is compatible with Microsoft Excel. Depending on the date range you select and the number of orders, the time it takes to generate an order history report can range from 30 seconds to 30 minutes. Very large reports may take up to 24 hours to create.
For detailed instructions, visit our Help pages: