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Where to book accommodation with Afterpay

Secure your next stay with interest-free Afterpay payments.

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While some hotels let you to book without pre-payment, sometimes to secure that special deal, you'll need to pay up front.

That's where Afterpay comes in. Working like an interest-free short-term loan, it's easy to sign up for and use. As long as you have the funds in your nominated account, they will be deducted automatically on a fortnightly basis over four equal instalments (eight weeks in total).

If you miss a payment, you'll be charged a late fee and your account may be locked.


Which sites let you book accommodation with Afterpay?

When will more accommodation sites use Afterpay?

While there's no news yet on whether (or, more accurately, when) Afterpay will start partnering with more hotel chains or more other dedicated booking sites, we think it's only a matter of time until it happens.

In the meantime you can look to ZipMoney, which is similar to Afterpay and offers three-months interest-free layby on accommodation, as well as Wotif, lastminute.com.au, Expedia and other hotel sites that offer book now, pay later options to secure your room and pay it off later.

Watch this space for more information as it comes in.

Are there other companies like Afterpay to book hotels?

Yes! There's a handful of online hotel booking sites that will allow you to lock in a low price and choose to pay when you arrive. Here are a few of them:


Watch: Afterpay vs. Credit cards: Which is better?


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