Safe & secure online gift shopping
The following payment options are available:
- Credit Card
We accept MasterCard, Visa and American Express. Your credit card details are secured using 256 bit encryption and we do not store your credit card details on our servers in accordance with Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards.
If you choose to pay via PayPal your order details will be passed securely to PayPal during checkout. Security for the transaction is provided by PayPal. You can either use funds from your PayPal account or pay via Visa or Mastercard through PayPal.
Afterpay allows you to pay in 4 interest-free instalments with each repayment automatically occurring every 2 weeks. Afterpay is available for orders between $30.00 and $2,000.00.
Afterpay is not available for gift cards and orders contianing spirits or more than 6 beers. Full terms & conditions are available at afterpay.com/terms.
- Bank Transfer
Payment via bank transfer is available for our Australian based corporate customers. Bank transfers are checked once per day by our accounts staff. If your order requires immediate delivery we recommend paying via Credit Card or PayPal. Even though your bank or payment app may advise that the payment is instant there are often delays.
If you choose to pay via bank transfer we will send you an email containing our bank account details. We will commence processing your order as soon as we receive cleared funds into the account. We will reserve the products you ordered for 2 working days. If you require additional time to arrange payment and would like us to hold the products for longer please let us know using the Contact Us page.
Our website is PCI Compliant in accordance with the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards. The full site including all personal information and credit card details is secured using 256 bit TLS encryption. This is the same system used by all reputable online stores and banks. There are several ways of telling that you are using a secure page including:
- A secure symbol such as a closed padlock will appear on your browser.
- The URL begins with https://, while standard pages begin with http://.