Split up your payment into 3 installments with your card. No credit approvals. No surcharges.

How does the paythen plans works?
Divide your payment into 3 monthly payments with your normal card. 100% rent free and no surcharges.
You don’t need to apply for credit or a loan, and transactions will happen automatically.
You simply use your credit card to pay today and the rest is automatically scheduled for you.
Payments will be split up into 3, first payment made same date as order and then the same date once per month for two more months.

We accept Visa, Mastercard, American Express and Bank Cards

Example of how the Paythen payment schedule can look like.

Terms & Conditions

By clicking the submit button on the payment page and authorising the charges on your card for today or at a future date, you understand you are entering into a legal and binding contract with the business to pay the total amount shown on the payment page, to be paid on each date as shown in the payment schedule accessible via the payment page, a copy of which will also be emailed to you for reference.

You acknowledge that the credit card(s), debit card(s) or other payment method(s) you are using to make this purchase will be active, valid and have sufficient funds available during the entire term of the payment schedule.

If for any reason, any of your payments are declined, you agree to provide an alternative, valid payment method. You understand that you may be charged a late fee(s) if a payment is missed on any of the agreed-upon payment dates for any reason whatsoever.

If the business is providing an ongoing physical or digital product or service, the business may decide to withhold or terminate the provision of this product or service if you fail to make the agreed upon payments as shown in the payment schedule, with no refunds issued as a result of payments already made.

You understand that you are legally bound to these terms and required by law to make all payments on the agreed-upon payment dates, or via an early payment, if the business has provided that option.

The business reserves the right to report delinquent payments to credit agencies and collections agencies.