Checking out with Afterpay means you can pay in four instalments, due every two weeks.
Simply select Afterpay as your payment option if this is available for you on the checkout page.
First-time shoppers provide payment details as usual, while returning shoppers simply log in to make their purchase.
You can then log in to your Afterpay account to see your payment schedule and make a payment before the due date. Otherwise, Afterpay will automatically take the money from your AMEX, debit or credit card on your payment due dates.
If you are not able to pay using Afterpay, it may be down to one or more of the following reasons:
- If there are insufficient funds in your account (generally Afterpay will look to see if the first installment amount is available to spend)
- The length of time you have been using Afterpay
- The amount you have to repay
- The number of transactions you currently have 'open' with Afterpay
Please note: Afterpay does not approve 100% of purchases and we have no influence over whether your payment with Afterpay is accepted or not.
If you have any trouble with Afterpay, please contact Afterpay directly.
Don’t forget you can still use Debit/Credit cards or PayPal if you are unable to use Afterpay!