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Splitit

SPLITIT

Interest free monthly payments
1

Choose Splitit
at checkout

2

Use your existing
credit card
to pay
in instalments

3

Receive your
purchase
and pay
over time

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Shop with no application,
interest free credit card
instalments

  • No credit checks
  • 0% interest
  • No application on registration
  • No late fees
  • Instant approval
  • Works with your existing credit
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Split payments on
multi-award winning
baby products

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is Splitit?

Splitit is a payment method solution enabling customers to pay for purchases with an existing credit card by splitting the cost into interest and fee free monthly payments, without additional registrations or applications.

How does Splitit work?

At the time of purchase, you will only be charged for the first payment. The remaining balance will be held on your credit card until the final payment is made. After each monthly payment, the amount held from the available balance will be reduced to the new remaining balance (the held amount might appear as 'pending').

Is there an application process for Splitit?

There are no applications when purchasing with Splitit.

What fees do Splitit charge me?

Splitit charge 0% interest, and there are no late fees.

Which cards are supported by Splitit?

You can use your Visa or Mastercard with Splitit.

Can I pay off my installments early?

Yes, you can. This option is available on your Splitit shopper portal or you can contact Splitit customer care at support@splitit.com.

At the time of purchase, you will only be charged for the first payment. The remaining balance will be held on your credit card until the final payment is made. After each monthly payment, the amount held from your available balance will be reduced to the new remaining balance (the held amount might appear as pending.)

To be eligible, you must own a VISA or Mastercard and have the entire amount of your purchase available on your card.

Your 0% interest will apply as long as you pay in full your card statement balance.