PAYMENT & PRICING
WHY IS FARFETCH PRICING SPECIAL?
At Farfetch, you are shopping pieces from our luxury brands and partners around the globe, expertly curated for you by our team. Prices are determined by each Farfetch partner, therefore the price of the same item may vary depending on your location and where you order an item from.
To view the most accurate prices, select your shipping destination from the ‘My Preferences’ menu at the top right corner of our site.
Please note: Placing an item in your shopping bag or Wishlist does not reserve it at a particular price.
WHICH CURRENCIES CAN I SHOP IN?
The currency that you shop with is determined by your shipping destination and will be displayed at checkout before completing your purchase. If your local currency is unavailable, your order will be charged in USD for a competitive exchange rate.
WHEN WILL MY CARD BE CHARGED?
If you pay by debit card or PayPal, Farfetch will take payment at the point your order is placed on our site. If you pay by credit card, full payment is usually taken once your order is ready for shipping, though your bank or card issuer may reserve the order amount in your account immediately.
WHICH PAYMENT METHODS DO YOU ACCEPT?
· Visa Electron
· American Express
· Apple Pay
· AfterPay (only available to Australia)
· Alipay (only available to United States, Canada, China Mainland, Taiwan Region, Hong Kong SAR and Macau SAR)
· HB Pay (only available to China Mainland and Hong Kong)
· UnionPay (only available to Canada, China Mainland, Taiwan Region, Hong Kong SAR and Macau SAR)
· iDEAL (only available to The Netherlands)
· Sofortbanking/ Klarna Pay Now (only available to Germany, Austria, Switzerland and Belgium)
We only accept installments as payment in Brazil.
For your safety, security checks are taken on all payments made to us at the time of purchase.
WILL MY PERSONAL DETAILS STAY SAFE?
How does Afterpay work?
With Installments by Afterpay, you can shop today and pay in four equal payments every 2 weeks, interest free. They accept both Mastercard and Visa credit and debit cards issued in your country of residence. You won’t be able to pay with foreign issued cards with overseas banks, or pre-paid cards.
How do I use Installments by Afterpay?
Shop your favourite pieces and head to the checkout as normal, then choose ‘Installments by Afterpay’ as your payment method. First-time customers will need to register with Afterpay and provide payment details. If you’re a returning customer, just log in and you’re good to go. Your first payment will be around 2 weeks after the date you placed your order.
A maximum spend of $1,500 AUD applies to every order, and you must meet additional eligibility requirements to qualify. Afterpay is an independent payment company, and Farfetch has no influence over whether your payment will be accepted. If you have any questions, please use this web form to contact Afterpay.
Can I use Installments by Afterpay if I’m an international customer?
You’ll only be able to use Afterpay if you have an Australian billing address.
How do the installments work?
Your first payment is taken when you place your order. The three remaining payments will then be taken automatically every 2 weeks from your chosen credit or debit card. You’ll also be able to log in to your Afterpay account to view your installments and make payments before the due date. You can find more information in Afterpay's terms and conditions.
When will I get my order if I use Installments by Afterpay?
If you place an order with Afterpay, our standard delivery time will still apply according to your selected shipping method.
Is there a limit to how much I can spend on one order?
Yes, there’s a limit of $1500 AUD per order.
How do I return or exchange an item I bought with Installments by Afterpay?
To return an item, you can still use our standard returns process. Your refund will be sent to your original payment method, excluding the delivery costs. You can find more information about our returns policy on our Returns and Refunds page.
Where can I find out more about Afterpay?
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