Methods of Payment

You can use any of the merchant cards or accelerated checkout payment methods listed below to pay for your order; and find useful information on the features offered by some of our chosen payment processing providers:

Merchant Cards:

  • Mastercard
  • Visa
  • American Express
  • Maestro

Accelerated Checkout Payment Providers:

  • Amazon Pay 
  • Shop Pay
  • Google Pay
  • Apple Pay
  • PayPal

More about accelerated checkout payment services:

Amazon Pay - with over 89% of online UK shoppers owning an account with Amazon, Amazon Pay allows shoppers to use their account to pay quickly and securely for orders using the information already stored in their Amazon account.  

Customers further benefit from Amazon's A to Z Guarantee Protection for purchases made outside of Amazon's own marketplace; providing trust and peace of mind for the customer.  

Shop Pay (previously called Shopify Pay) - is Shopify's own payment processor and currently offered by over a million e-commerce Shopify stores and used by over 30 million shoppers world-wide. 

Shop Pay is an accelerated checkout that lets customers save their email, shipping and billing information so they can complete future transactions faster.  

Once verified, customers' shipping and billing information is securely stored on Shopify's PCI compliant servers and is only shared once an order is placed (card details are not shared with merchants). 

Shop Pay also features their Carbon Neutral Program; making this payment option a great choice for the eco-conscious shopper. 

Google Pay - is a digital wallet platform and online payment system enabling users to make payments with android phones, tablets or watches.  Stylised as 'G Pay', it offers a fast and simple way to pay with your phone and speed through checkout within websites and in stores.

Customers' payment information is protected with multiple layers of security giving the customer peace of mind – all the time.

Apple Pay - is a contactless mobile and digital wallet payment technology for Apple devices (such as iPhone, iPad).  Once Apple Pay is set up on devices, can be used to make purchases on hundreds of thousands of online stores which accept payment via Apple Pay.  

When a card is added to your Apple Pay, its details are encrypted and stored only on the device, not on Apple's servers.  Apple replaces the card's details with a device account number (also called a token) which means the real information is never shared during purchases.

PayPal - is a digital payment service which customers can use while shopping online.  Free to open an account, PayPal enables customers to add and store a payment method (bank account/credit or debit card) on their account; and whenever paying using the PayPal checkout, the option is there to select which payment method would like to use. 

Customers also benefit from the PayPal Buyer Protection policy; which offers comprehensive protection if your eligible transaction has a problem, such as goods not received or not as described.