We offer 4 payment plans (installments). First is Zip, which is available for the final payment as well as the deposit (for any amount) and it offers the installment plan via Credit/Debit cards (only for US, UK, and Canadian customers). You can choose it as a source of your payment at the checkout. The procedure is quite simple:
- Submit your phone number and verify it via SMS code.
- Fill in the card details and make the first installment.
The payments are split into 4 interest-free installments paid over 6 weeks (Bi-weekly) and only the first installment needs to be paid right away. For more information regarding Zip, you can follow the link: https://zip.co/us/how-it-works
A similar option would be Pay in 4 (only for US customers), which offers splitting the amount into 4 interest-free payments via PayPal. This installment plan is for purchases between $30-$600 and only the first payment is covered upfront, just like Zip. You can read more about Pay in 4 here: https://www.paypal.com/us/for-you/pay-in-4.
We also offer PayPal Credit (only for US customers) which is available for any payment above $99 and is interest-free if paid in full within 6 months.
When your painting is finished and confirmed, you will be asked to cover the remaining balance. Before doing so, however, you should apply for PayPal Credit by answering a few quick questions. If your application gets approved, you can choose PayPal Credit as the payment source on our checkout page and complete the final balance in installments. You can acquire additional information and apply for the credit line here: https://www.paypal.com/us/webapps/mpp/paypal-credit.
Another option we offer is Klarna (only for US customers). Klarna offers 3 options to split the amount. First would be 4 bi-weekly, interest free, payments, similar to Zip. They also offer an option to finance your purchase and pay over 6-36 months. And lastly, they also offer a buy now, pay later option, which gives you the ability to finalize the purchase and pay 30 days later. For more information regarding Klarna, you can follow the link: https://www.klarna.com/us/what-is-klarna/.
By the way, you won't have to finish paying off the installment, in order to have the painting shipped!