Pay With Credit/Debit Card
When you pay with a credit or debit card, you need the name printed on the card, the card number, the month and year the card expires, and the 3-digit or 4-digit security code.
This information, along with the billing address for the credit card, must be entered during the purchase process.
We accept the credit/debit cards listed above.
Please note that our website does not save your credit/debit card number or personal information entered into the payment fields when you make a payment. For questions regarding your transactions on your credit/debit card, please consult the bank that issued your credit/debit card.
Pay With Paypal
When you choose to pay for an order via PayPal you will be redirected to the PayPal payment page, where you can log in with your PayPal username and password. If you do not have a PayPal account, or if you do not want to use your PayPal account, you may still pay via PayPal, by clicking on the “Pay with Debit or Credit Card” option on the PayPal payment page, and you will be redirected to a secure page where you can first enter your email address and then enter your credit card information to complete your payment safely via PayPal.
"Coupon Code" And "Bonus Points"
You can apply coupons and bonus points to your order at checkout. Once you’ve entered your coupon code and Points, click “apply” and the discount will automatically adjust your order total. Please note that if you do not click ”apply” before continue checkout, your order total will not reflect coupon and Bonus Point discount.
- Please make sure that you enter the coupon code exactly as you received it, with no space before, within, or after it. To avoid errors, we recommend you to copy/paste the promotional code you received.
- Coupons cannot be combined. You can only use one coupon code per order.
- Coupons are subject to offer terms. This does exclude some items on our website which are not eligible for coupon discounts.
- You can pay up to 70% of your purchase with bonus points at checkout. Remember that 100 points = $1.