Shop Now. Enjoy Now. Pay Later.
Buy what you want today, pay for it in four equal instalments, interest-free.
Pay For Your Purchases Over Four Simple Instalments
Pay for your purchase over four equal instalments, due every two weeks. Afterpay makes it simple to pay when it suits you best.
Pay Nothing Extra When You Pay On Time
If you make repayments on time, you’ll only ever pay the price of the item you’ve purchased. The only fees Afterpay charges are late fees for missed payments.
No New Card Applications, Instant Approval Online
Forget about long, complicated application forms. Afterpay’s proprietary platform makes it quick and easy to get approved instantly and keep shopping.
How To Use Afterpay
- Select Afterpay as your payment method
- Follow prompts to create an Afterpay account
- Pay over 4 equal instalments
Afterpay is not available for:
- Gift Cards
All You Need To Start
- An Australian credit or debit card
- To be over 18 years of age
- An Australian residential address
What is Afterpay?
Afterpay is a payment digital service that allows you to enjoy what you want now and pay for it in four equal payments. How good is that?
How do I use Afterpay?
Simply shop online and add items to your shopping bag and checkout as normal. At checkout choose Afterpay as your payment method and you will be directed to the Afterpay website. First-time customers will need to register with Afterpay and provide payment details as usual, returning customers simply log in to make their purchase. It’s that easy!
How does the payment schedule work?
All new Afterpay customers are required to make their first payment at the time of purchase, with the remaining three payments deducted automatically each fortnight from your nominated card, unless voluntary payments are made.
You will no longer be considered a new Afterpay customer after you have completed your first order in .
You can login to your Afterpay account to view your payment schedule and make a payment before the due date.
What if I can’t pay an instalment?
If you fail to make a payment, you will be charged a $10 late payment fee by Afterpay with a further $7 late payment fee added seven days later if the payment is still unpaid.
Please see Afterpay Terms and Conditions here
What cards does Afterpay accept?
Afterpay currently accepts Mastercard and Visa credit and debit cards issued in Australia. Unfortunately Afterpay does not accept any prepaid cards or foreign debit/credit cards.
Where can I find out more about Afterpay?
If you would like to know more about Afterpay, visit the Afterpay website here for a comprehensive list of FAQs.
If you have any queries regarding your account, please contact Afterpay directly via email to email@example.com or call 1300 100 279