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zipPay holidays store list

Choose your holiday now and book while travel is the cheapest using interest-free options, so you can buy and save now but pay later.

Ever seen a sale on a holiday you wanted to book but couldn't quite commit because you hadn't saved the funds yet? There's an answer, and its name is zipPay.

It's a payment option that allows you to have online credit that can be used to purchase products at participating stores across the web, including holiday items such as tours and travel experiences.

It’s simple to use, too. Just sign up and if you get approved on the spot, a payment is made with your interest-free credit. It can be paid back in weekly, fortnightly or monthly payments, whichever suits you.

zipMoney is closely related to zipPay but is used for larger purchases and follows the same signup and approval process. Payments for ZipMoney are made in 3, 6 or 12 months and the amount borrowed won't accrue interest unless you fail to repay the amount within the nominated interest-free period.


Which sites offer zipPay for holidays?

StoreBook
Experience Oz + NZVisit the site
AdrenalineVisit the site
ScooponVisit the site

What other sites offer book now, pay later holidays like ZipPay?

zipPay isn't the only player in this game with Afterpay also offering book now, pay later options for purchases made online. Other sites, particularly tour and booking sites, offer their own payment plans which you can use to repay your purchase in increments. These include:

StoreFinanced throughBook
Flight CentreLombardVisit the site
ContikiZipMoneyVisit the site
STA TravelSTA TravelVisit the site
Luxury EscapesZipMoneyVisit the site
G AdventuresG AdventuresVisit the site

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Stephanie Yip

Stephanie is the travel editor at finder.com.au. On top of being an avid traveller, she's an all-round bargain hunter. If there's a deal on hotels or a sale on flights, she'll know about it. And she'll let you know about it, too. Though probably not before she buys her own ticket.

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