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Puzzle Galore is excited to announce we’re now partnered with Clearpay, bringing you another way to pay at checkout. Clearpay allows you to buy what you want now and pay in four payments made every two weeks. All payments are interest-free, automatic, and there are no additional costs, as long as you pay on time.

Shop now. Pay later. Always interest-free.

  • Add your favourites to basket
  • Select Clearpay at checkout
  • Log into, or create, your Clearpay account, with instant approval
  • Your purchase will be split into 4 payments, payable every 2 weeks

All you need to apply is to have a debit or credit card, to be over 18 years of age, and to be a UK resident.

Late fees and additional eligibility criteria apply. The first payment may be due at the time of purchase. For complete terms visit clearpay.co.uk/terms/

Please use Clearpay responsibly. Clearpay lends you a fixed amount of credit so you can pay for your purchase over 4 instalments, due every 2 weeks. You must be 18+ and a permanent UK resident (excl Channel Islands). T&Cs and other eligibility criteria apply clearpay.co.uk/terms Ensure you can make repayments on time. Clearpay charges a £6 late fee for each late instalment and a further £6 if its still unpaid 7 days later. Late fees are capped at £6 for orders under £24 and the lower of £36 or 25% of the order value for orders over £24. Missed payments may affect your ability to use Clearpay in the future and we may pass unpaid debt to our debt collection agency.

Why use Clearpay?

Spread the cost of an order over 4 payments - Easy sign-up with instant approval - Automatic payments - Safe and secure for peace of mind.

Payments Information

Clearpay takes automatic payments from your preferred card on the due date for each instalment. Upon completing your purchase, Clearpay will take the first payment immediately*, with the following three payments made every two weeks from your chosen payment method.

Am I eligible to use Clearpay?

To sign up with Clearpay you must be at least 18 years old, a resident of the UK, and use a UK Amex, Visa, and Mastercard Credit or Debit Card. Eligibility for Clearpay is also subject to your financial circumstances.

FAQs

1. What is Clearpay?
Clearpay is a payment service that lends customers a fixed amount of credit to make purchases instantly and then pay for them in 4 automatic instalments, made every 2 weeks, without any interest (late fees apply).
The service is provided by Clearpay Finance Ltd.

2. How do I use Clearpay?
Just shop on Puzzles Galore and check out as normal. At checkout, choose the Clearpay payment method which will be direct to the Clearpay website to register and provide payment details (Visa, Mastercard or Amex). If you’ve used Clearpay before, just log in to your Clearpay account. Then complete your order!

3. Who can use Clearpay?
Clearpay is only available to permanent UK residents aged 18+ (excluding Channel Islands) with a UK billing address. Customers with international billing addresses will not be able to use Clearpay or create a Clearpay account.
More eligibility criteria is listed on our Clearpay Terms of Service page.

4. How does the Clearpay payment schedule work?
Clearpay will split the total value of your order into 4 instalments payable every fortnight. You will be able to see the exact amounts and dates before you confirm your purchase.
If you would like to make any payments before they are due, simply log into your Clearpay account to make your payments early. Clearpay will then adjust the amount owed accordingly. You can log in to your Clearpay account at anytime to view your payment schedule and make payments.

5. What if I can’t pay a Clearpay instalment?
If you cannot make a payment, please contact Clearpay here. As soon as you miss a payment, Clearpay will immediately stop you from making any further purchases with Clearpay.
Clearpay will give you until 11pm on the following day to make your repayment. If you are still not able to make the payment by then, you will incur a late fee. This will be an initial £6 and a further fee of £6 if the missed payment is not made within 7 days. If your order is less than £24, the total late fee will be £6. If your order is £24 or over, total late fees will not exceed 25% of the total order, or £36, whichever is less.
Clearpay debt may be passed to a debt collection agency, and this may affect your ability to use Clearpay in future. We encourage you to use Clearpay responsibly. Please see Clearpay Terms of Service for further details.

6. When will my items be delivered if I use Clearpay?
Clearpay orders are delivered within our standard delivery timeframes like any order from Puzzles Galore.

7. Is there a limit to how much I can spend on a single Clearpay transaction?
Yes, your order value including shipping must be between 4p and £1500 to use Clearpay. Your maximum order value may be lower depending on factors such as being a new customer or your payment history.

8. Can I use another form of payment with Clearpay?
Yes, you can use a gift card or promotional code with Clearpay to pay for your purchase.

9. How do I return or exchange an item purchased with Clearpay?
Items purchased with Clearpay follow our standard return process. Refunds for Clearpay purchases will be refunded from Puzzles Galore to Clearpay. When the refund is processed, any upcoming payments you have to Clearpay will be cancelled and any payments you have already made will be refunded back to the card you paid with. Please note, until Puzzles Galore has confirmed receipt of any return goods, you will be liable to continue to make your payments to Clearpay.
You can view the details by logging in to your Clearpay account.

More information

Need more information about Clearpay? Visit the Clearpay website for a comprehensive list of FAQs, Clearpay Terms of Service, and Clearpay Privacy Policy.

 

Missing payments can have serious consequences for you. Your credit rating may be affected which will make it more difficult or more expensive for you to obtain credit in the future.

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