Your online shopping can support NPR programming.
NPR has agreements with independent online retailers that enable visitors to npr.org to purchase books, music and other related merchandise mentioned on NPR through third party sites. A portion of that revenue is designated to NPR.
Purchases made through these third party sites are subject to the policies and procedures of those sites. Order fulfillment and customer service relating to orders placed at any of those third party sites, including the collection of applicable sales taxes, are the sole responsibility of such sites. Any concerns regarding order fulfillment, customer service, privacy policies or other issues relating to these third party online retail sites should be directed to the Webmaster or site administrator of the site.
How do these relationships work?
NPR has agreements with multiple online retailers to offer a wider variety of merchandise through links on our site. Purchases made through these links result in a portion of your total purchase being given to NPR, called a revenue share. These funds are used to support NPR programming online and on air. NPR only receives this money if you shop through one of the links on npr.org or shop.npr.org. Once you've entered the third party site, NPR receives a revenue share from all products you purchase during that visit.
Why shop through npr.org?
The links provided on npr.org or shop.npr.org are specially coded to designate you as an NPR supporter. This is the only way to ensure that your purchase goes to supporting NPR.
What happens to my personal information?
When shopping at one of the third party retail sites with which NPR has a relationship, you are subject to that site's privacy and security policies.
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