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How can I Turn Off Alexa Reorder Notifications?

I don't want Alexa notifications to remind me when I might be out of a product I previously ordered? How can I disable reorder notifications from Alexa echo devices?



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To turn off Reorder notifications, go to the Alexa app -> then tap the 'More' menu button in the lower right corner -> now go to 'Settings' -> then go to 'Notifications' -> then 'Amazon Shopping' -> then Disable 'Recommendations & Deals'

Turning off Recommendations & Deals should stop Alexa from disable Alexa reorder recommendations of products you've previously purchased on amazon.

UPDATE 5-12-2021: You may also need to change your Alexa settings on Amazon.com here: Alexa Shopping Notifications

NOTE: I had disabled the 'Recommendations & Deals' on the app, but when I went to the amazon link above (Alexa shopping notifcations page) on amazon.com, the Recommendations & Deals' was still Enabled, so I turned it off on the website. Hopefully, that will also turn off Alexa Low Supply Notifications.

I have disabled everything on that page except for Delivery Notifications (Out for delivery / Delivered).



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Doesnt work. I have that option disable and just received a shopping reminder that "it may be time to order more".



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Maybe turn off voice purchasing? I am having the same issue. I just turned mine off so hopefully the notifications will stop as it is the only thing I have enabled as far as I can tell.


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I may have found an answer. Settings, Amazon Shopping. Turn off Order Updates and also Recommendations and Deals.



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I have turned off all notifications under Shopping and I still get reorder reminders.



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Was this figured out? I did all the notifications like Bob and it still reminds me. Not awesome when i have people over and i ask Alexa to do something and it reminds me to restock up on personal lubricant. It's really quite awful!



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Worst feature ever. Ready to get rid of my Alexa because of these embarrassing reminders.

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