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Get it now. Pay later. Not a cent more.

Simply select Payflex at the checkout when shopping with us!

Payflex offers the first truly free payment plan in South Africa. Checkout with Payflex and pay only 25% of the purchase price today. Your goods are shipped immediately. And you pay the rest over 6-weeks at no additional cost (zero fees, zero interest*).

* Default fees apply if you miss a payment.

If you are over 18, have a South African issued Visa or Mastercard (debit, cheque and credit), live in South Africa and have a good credit history (which Payflex’s automated system will review when you sign up), then you should be good to go.

This will depend on your individual Payflex assessment. If you purchase regularly using Payflex and always make your repayments on time, then you’ll be in their good books and Payflex may even increase your spending limit over time.

Yes. Payflex offers the first truly free spending plan in South Africa. Buy now and shop later with Payflex, and it won’t cost you a cent more (if you pay on time). Default fees apply if you miss a payment.

To apply for your Payflex account simply select Payflex as your payment method at checkout, provide your ID number, and they’ll assess you in seconds. No documentation required. It’s that simple.

To take advantage of flexing the way you pay, you’ll need to meet Payflex’s minimum requirements. If you weren’t approved for a flexible payment plan then you may have a poor credit history, or no history at all. Afterall, Payflex is giving you access to a free spending plan, so their system will need to assess a number of factors to work out your spending limit. Unfortunately, if you don’t meet them, you will be declined. They have your best interests at heart, and need to make sure that our customers are all geared up to make their repayments on time.

Your first payment of 25% will be paid upfront and your goods will be delivered soon after. After that, the next three payments of 25% each will be debited automatically every two weeks, for six weeks.