Your "My Account" section is the place to manage your email notifications, password & general account information.
- Managing Your Email Notifications
- Opting out of text messages
- Changing your email address and password settings
- Manage your Billing and Shipping Addresses
- Direct Links to On-Site Account Management Tools
Managing your email notifications
There are three distinct types of emails sent by Zazzle. If you wish to stop receiving some or all types of Zazzle email notices, you must adjust the settings specific to each type.
General Marketing Emails (including our Newsletter and occasional special offerings) can be controlled by using the checkbox located directly under the Email Notifications header on the Account Settings Page. If you have unchecked the box and continue to receive unwanted marketing emails, you can formally unsubscribe by Clicking on this link and entering your email address, and clicking yes!
Store Email Notifications (including email alerts of published or sold products) are managed through the "Notifications" link in the "Designer Account" section on that same page. The frequency of each notification can be set independently.
Important Zazzle Notifications about the terms of usage, account security, or other high-priority announcements will be released at Zazzle's discretion to all active Zazzle account holders.
Opting out of text messages:
To stop receiving our text messages simply reply STOP to your text cancel your subscription
Changing your email address & password settings
You can change your email address and reset your password using the Email Settings functions at the top of your Account Settings page.
Manage your Billing and Shipping Addresses
A complete list of all of your stored addresses can be accessed from the "Address Book" link (located on the left navigation bar of the Account Settings Page). Here you can edit/delete your current listings or add more to be used in the checkout process at a later time.
Direct Links to On-Site Account Management Tools
(You may be asked to login, first)