Four interest-free payments with Afterpay
Afterpay allows you to split your purchase into four interest-free* payments.
The first payment is taken when the order is placed and the remaining three are automatically processed every two weeks.
Available for purchases between $50 and $1,000 including any services and taxes.
Available for online purchases only.
Enjoy the benefits
Split your purchase into four installments with Afterpay, giving you the freedom to manage your budget without interest or fees.
Sign up quickly and easily with Afterpay, to start using today.
Enjoy interest-free* payments with Afterpay.
How it works
Add your IKEA products to your shopping bag
Select Afterpay at checkout
Log into or create your Afterpay account and complete your purchase
What is Pay in 4?
Pay in 4 provided by Afterpay is a budget-friendly payment option that allows customers to split a purchase into 4 interest-free* payments, payable bi-weekly over 6 weeks.
What are the benefits of using Pay in 4?
Pay in 4 by Afterpay provides the ability to make purchases without paying the full amount upfront, and the flexibility to spread out payments over time. With Afterpay, you only pay the first 25% at time of purchase and the remaining 3 installments bi-weekly over 6 weeks.
After purchasing with Pay in 4, who does a customer contact with questions or concerns?
For questions about their Pay in 4 by Afterpay account, customers should contact Afterpay customer support directly: help.afterpay.com
What information or identification does a customer need to complete the Pay in 4 application?
To complete an Afterpay application, customers will need to provide a Canada mobile phone number, Canada billing address, Canada shipping address.
A customer is having trouble with the application, who can they speak to?
Customers should contact Afterpay directly: help.afterpay.com
What payment methods can I use for Pay in 4?
Afterpay accepts Canada Visa and Mastercard (Credit or Debit card) and American Express.
Terms & conditions
*You must be of the age of majority in your province or territory, a resident of Canada, and meet additional eligibility criteria to qualify. Click here for complete terms.