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Our Very Own Amazon Wish List Widget

Here is a new widget we have developed. This widget will display your Amazon Wish List. An image of the first item in the list will be displayed along with its List Price if available. To display another item, just click on another item in the list. Clicking on the “>> select and go >>” button will take you to the Amazon product page for the currently selected item.

Get your own Amazon Wish List Widget by clicking on the information icon Information Icon. Enter the email address associated with the Amazon account containing the wish list. You can change the Title of the widget from the default “My Wish List” and also select the color for the Title and button text. The code will be generated for you, just copy and paste the entire code to the necessary locations you want.


  • works on MySpace, Stickam and other social networks
  • Firefox 2 and Internet Explorer 7 compatible
  • 160 pixels wide to fit in sidebars of most blog themes
Update (2009-11-09): Widget removed due to changes in Amazon API and lack of interest in this widget.

More features and enhancements are planned. Check the Amazon Wish List Widget page for updates or just keep an eye on your widget. Updates will automatically be pushed out to all widgets in the wild.

Feel free to leave a comment on the main Amazon Wish List Widget page with feedback, suggestions or problems.

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  1. May 7th, 2007 at 11:49 | #1

    There is another cool amazon wishlist at http://www.JunkIWant.com Go to the site and check it out :)

  2. May 7th, 2007 at 11:56 | #2

    Thanks for dropping by. There are definitely choices out there, so pick the one that fits you the best.

  3. May 16th, 2007 at 09:54 | #3

    yeah I wanna :)

  4. May 16th, 2007 at 10:52 | #4

    What would you like? ;)

  5. June 11th, 2007 at 15:53 | #5

    Another alternative is to use a wish list from Wishpot.com. Unlike Amazon.com you can add stuff from any website or store.

    They also have a decent web widget already that includes images.

    Worth checking out.


  6. June 11th, 2007 at 16:11 | #6

    Always good to have options.

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