Cookie Policy


This website is operated by Zippo Manufacturing Company, 33 Barbour Street Bradford, PA 16701, USA.  ZIPPO receives and records information from your browser when you use any ZIPPO site and may use a variety of methods, such as “Cookies” and “Pixel Tags” to collect this information.

A Cookie is a small removable data file that is stored by your web browser on your computer. Cookies allow you to place an order on our website and allow us to enhance and personalize your online experience. For example, we use Cookies to:

  • Remember the items in your shopping cart
  • Recognize you when you return to our website
  • Store your username or login email and password to make it easier to login
  • Confirm that users are logged in
  • Enable you to use Express Checkout
  • Analyze visitor behavior

You can choose to have your computer warn you each time a Cookie is being sent or you can choose to turn off all Cookies. If you turn all Cookies off, you won’t have access to many features that make your website experience more efficient and some of our services will not function properly. However, you can still place product orders over the telephone by contacting Consumer Relations number at 1-888-GGB-1932 (888-442-1932).

To change your web browser settings for cookies, follow the instructions in the help section of your web browser (or please visit


This website uses Google Analytics, a web analytics service provided by Google Inc. ("Google"). Google Analytics uses cookies to analyze your use of the website. The information generated by the cookie about your use of this website (including your IP address) is transmitted to and stored on a Google server in the United States of America. Google uses this information to assess your use of the website, providing reports on website activity for website operators and other website activity and internet related services. Google may transfer this information to third parties, if required by law or if third parties process the information on behalf of Google. Google will not associate your IP address with any other data held by Google.

View an overview of privacy at Google at

To opt out of being tracked by Google Analytics visit


This website uses the Amazon Conversion Pixel and Amazon Remarketing Pixel services run by, Inc., 410 Terry Ave. North Seattle, WA, USA. For this purpose, Amazon has placed and uses Conversion and Remarketing Pixels on this website which, based on your prior consent, collect the IP address of the devices using this website, the type of browser being used and the type of device.

Amazon who is responsible for the data collection states that it only uses the full IP address for robot and fraud detection and otherwise truncates the last octet of the IP address. Amazon uses the pixels placed on your device to recognize your device, learn about what ads you see, what ads you click and other actions you take on this website and other sites and stores this information on its servers for nine months from the last action recorded for a specific user/device, so that it can provide more useful and relevant ads to you and to measure the success of advertising campaigns analyze the effectiveness of ads for statistical and market research purposes.

If you are visiting the website out of the EU/ European Economic Area (EEA), please note that your personal data may thus be transferred outside the EU/EEA to Amazon in the U.S.A., which does not provide the same level of protection of personal data as in the EU/EEA.

Amazon states that it does not provide any personal data to advertisers or third party sites, except for the IP address. However, advertisers and other third parties may assume that users who interact with or click on a personalized ad or content are part of the group that the ad or content is directed towards. Also, some third parties may provide Amazon with information about you from offline or online sources which Amazon may link to your user profile. For more information on how Amazon (and its affiliates) uses pixels and interest based ads see here. Zippo, on the other hand, do not collect any data through those pixels and do not receive any personal data from Amazon.

Refusal or withdrawal of consent to the pixels has no adverse consequences for your use of the website. If you provided consent to the use of those pixels when accessing this website, you can withdraw your consent at any time, without affecting the lawfulness of processing before the withdrawal, by clicking here. For information about your other rights, please click here.

You can prevent recording of the data generated by the Amazon pixels by clicking on the following link and checking the setting for “Do not personalize advertising displayed by Amazon for this Internet browser”: Alternatively, you can check the corresponding settings at By doing so, an opt-out cookie is set in your browser which prevents the future recording of your data by Amazon when visiting this website.  


This website uses the AdTheorent Pixel, which purpose is to collect pools of ID’s in order to retarget users based on goals of the activity group and potentially use a revenue parameter to capture the price of a conversion. AdTheorent states that it does not disclose the data to third parties. AdTheorent states that it retains the data for 7 years. Users can opt-out at AdTheorent’s privacy policy is available at


This website uses the Cision Pixel, a non-essential (non-strictly necessary) cookies to observe and analyze traffic levels and other metrics on our website. Non-essential cookies also help us to improve our website as well as your overall user experience. Cision's privacy policy is available at


This website uses the Facebook pixel, a small piece of JavaScript code, that is added to the website in order to optimize ads, report on the success of advertising campaigns across devices and target ads to the audience. The Facebook pixel sends information about your browsing session through HTTP headers to Facebook, including the IP address, information about the web browser, page location, document, referrer and web browser user agent. Pixel-specific data includes pixel ID and Facebook cookie data to connect the events to a specific Facebook ad account and to make a match to a person known by Facebook. Facebook checks whether the person has previously seen or interacted with an ad from our account or if the person matches an audience rule and prepares an analytics report, which contains anonymized or aggregated data. Facebook keeps the information collected from the pixels for 180 days and stores the data collected in its production data centers in the US and in Sweden. Facebook supports the DAA’s AdChoices to opt out of behavioral advertising and you can check the corresponding settings at to opt out from the Facebook pixel. You can also learn more about why you are seeing an ad through Facebook’s AdsPreferences (available here:


The GumGum Conversion Pixel is used to optimize ads, report on the success of advertising campaigns, and target ads to the audience. GumGum states that it collects the following data: anonymous data on conversions, no personal data. GumGum states that it does not disclose the data to third parties. GumGum states that it retains the data for the life of the campaign. Users can opt-out of the GumGum ad by clicking the exit icon. GumGum’s privacy policy is available at


This website uses the Zippo Optimization Pixel, to optimize, and report on the success of advertising campaigns, as well as target ads to the audience. Hybrid Theory (“Company”) states that it collects the following data: Cookie ID, Browser ID, Timestamp, browsing history (URLs).  Hybrid Theory states that it does disclose the data to third parties, including advertising exchanges such as the Xandr, and demand/supply side service providers such as The Trade Desk, adservers such as Delve or Flashtalking and audience platforms such as Foursquare or Adsquare. Hybrid Theory states that it retains the data for 90 days. Users can opt-out by interacting with our cookie banner or visiting Hybrid Theory’s website opt-out tool here:  Hybrid Theory's privacy policy is available at



MiQ uses the Universal Pixel and Conversion Pixel to inform bidding / targeting strategies, provide user level insights, and drive stronger campaign performance. MiQ states that it collects the following data: cookie ID, referrer URL, & timestamp.  MiQ states that it does not disclose the data to third parties/ MiQ states that it retains the data for 6 months.  MiQ’s privacy policy & users opt-out methodology is available at .


This website uses the Pinterest tag, which helps optimize ads on Pinterest, report on the success of Promoted Pins, and create audiences to target on Promoted Pins.  Pinterest collects the following data: insights about actions that a person takes on the website after viewing an ad on Pinterest.  Pinterest does disclose data to third parties to help analyze and improve their services, market Pinterest to users on other sites and apps, or to comply with laws, regulations, or legal requests. Pinterest retains the data only so long as it needs it to provide Pinterest to you and fulfill the purposes described in the Privacy Policy.  That is also the case for anyone Pinterest shares your information with and who carries out services on their behalf.  Pinterest will remove your data from their systems or depersonalize it so it can't be identified once it no longer needs your information.  Users can opt-out through their Pinterest personalization settings ( or the AdChoices website ( Pinterest’s privacy policy is available at



In order to serve advertisements to your web browser and to help our customers provide ads that are relevant to your interests, we automatically collect certain information when you access websites that incorporate our Services or otherwise interact with our Services. This information does not identify you individually, but it does reflect information about the websites and mobile apps you visit and use and how you interact with the ads we serve.Flashtalking’s privacy policy & users opt-out methodology is available at


Do Not Track is a privacy preference that users can set in their web browsers. When a user turns on the Do Not Track signal, the browser sends a message to websites requesting them not to track the user. For information about Do Not Track, visit Zippo does not track its customers over time and across third party websites and, at this time, does not respond to Do Not Track browser settings or signals. Further, Zippo has not authorized third parties to collect personally identifiable information about users’ online activities over time and across different websites when users visit the Zippo website.


View our full Privacy Policy (both for U.S.A. and outside U.S.A.).