Enabling Third-Party Cookies on Web Browsers

Cookies are pieces of data stored by web browsers that websites and applications can use to remember a web browser from one request to the next. They can be first-party and third-party cookies.

First-party cookies are created by the web server identified by the address shown the browser's address bar.
Third-party cookies can be created when content is loaded from domains other than the one shown in the address bar.

Your browser must be configured to accept third-party cookies to avoid issues with accessing Free Shipping Popup. Please follow the browser-specific instructions below to enable third-party cookies.

CHROME

1. Click the Menu icon in the upper right side of the browser window

2. Click Settings

3. Click Advanced

4. Click Content settings (under Privacy and security)

5. Click Cookies

6. “Block third-party cookies” should be unchecked (or add Address of website and click Allow)


SAFARI

1. Click Safari in the menu bar.

2. Click Preferences

3. Click Privacy

4. For the option Cookies and website datamake sure Block all cookies isn't checked

*In older versions of Safari, for the option Block cookies, select Never


FIREFOX

1. Click the Menu icon in the upper right side of the browser window

2. Open the Options window

For Windows users, click Options

For Mac OS users, click Preferences

3. Click the Privacy & Security

4. In the History section, select Firefox will: Remember history


OPERA

1. Click the Menu in the upper left side of the browser window

2. Click Settings

3. Click Advanced

4. Click Content settings in the Privacy & security section

5. Click Cookies

6. Make sure the Block third-party cookies option isn't selected


INTERNET EXPLORER

1. Click the Menu icon in the upper right side of the window

2. Click Internet Options

3. Click the Privacy tab

4. Click Advanced

5. Click Accept in the Third-party Cookies section

6. Click OK


MICROSOFT EDGE

1. Click on the More actions button in the upper right side of the window

2. Click Settings

3. Click Privacy & security

4. Under Cookies section, select Don't block cookies (default)

5. Restart Edge