Pay with PartPay

Discount Office has partnered with PartPay, a "buy now, pay later" type service. We already offer a number of flexible payment options via credit cards, direct deposit, and on credit for established organisations.

With PartPay, our customers can choose to buy products on a payment plan. Instead of paying a lump sum up-front, customers pay 1/4 at check out with the rest due in equal amounts every fortnight. Payments are available without any extra fees, surcharges and is free of interest.

Discount Office is committed to providing flexible payment options to our customers and adding PartPay is another step towards servicing many types of customers with diverse payment preferences.

Use the guide below to see how you can pay by instalments.

How can I pay using PartPay?

Select the items you want to purchase as usual and add them to your cart. When checking out, select PartPay as your payment method when on the payment page. Selecting this will redirect you to PartPay's website where you will be either login to your PartPay account or register for a new account if you don't already have one.

If it's your first purchase via PartPay, they will need some details from you: Name, Date of Birth, Address and Drivers License Number. This allows them to perform a quick and automatic identification and credit assessment. This is instantaneous and if approved, you will pay the first instalment. PartPay then notifies us and we'll dispatch the order as usual.

Are there any extra charges or interest?

There is no interest or fees, and our prices are still the same if you were paying via another payment method. There is a default fee if you miss your regular instalments however.

Can I repay early?

Your instalments are due every fortnight until the full amount is repaid. But you can choose to repay part or all of your instalments before they become due.

Are there any limits?

The total order amount must be $50 and $1000. PartPay uses other criteria such as how many other orders you are currently paying instalments for.

Will I be reminded about my instalments?

Yes, PartPay will send you a text and email the day before they take the instalment payment. You must ensure that you have sufficient funds in your account for this to go through.

I have more questions

As always, if you have any questions on PartPay or anything else, email us at and we'll reply asap with answers.

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