Choose PayPal / PayPal Credit at checkout

For customers with PayPal Credit, 0% interest for 4 months is available on single transactions of £99.00 or more. This means when you spend more than £99.00 in one shopping basket, you’ll benefit from the offer and won’t be charged any interest on that transaction for 4 months after purchase. This applies automatically to any purchase made using PayPal Credit in excess of this value, except those to which another promotional offer (such as an instalment offer) applies. You can use this offer as many times as you like as long as you have an available credit limit.

While no interest is charged, any balance subject to a 0% for 4 months offer will be included in the calculation of your minimum repayment amount. Any remaining balance due after the 4-month promotional period will be charged at 21.9% p.a. (variable). If you fail to make minimum repayments on time or in certain other circumstances, PayPal may remove your offer. Please see the Credit Agreement for more details.

Representative Example
  • Assumed credit limit £1,200
  • Purchase rate 21.9% p.a.
  • Representative 21.9% APR

PayPal Credit is like a credit card, without the plastic. It’s a credit limit that’s attached to your PayPal account which you can use for your online purchases. If you have PayPal Credit it will be available as a funding source within your PayPal wallet and can be used for purchases in most places where PayPal is accepted. You can make purchases in the same way as you would with a normal credit card, by choosing PayPal Credit as your funding source at checkout.

For purchases less than £99.00, interest is charged at our standard rate of 21.9% p.a. (variable) if the full amount is not paid off by the date shown on your statement. In addition, PayPal Credit lets you access two types of promotional offers: 0% for 4 months on all purchases of £99.00 and over; and instalment offers with selected merchants.

No, PayPal Credit is only available to customers over 18 living in the United Kingdom (excluding Channel Islands and the Isle of Man). PayPal also have to assess a customer’s creditworthiness, so you should have a good credit history to apply.

Customers may be offered the opportunity to apply for credit on a website, if purchasing an eligible product and choosing to apply for an instalment offer using PayPal Credit. Otherwise customers can apply directly via PayPal’s website.

Click here to see the full FAQ for PayPal Credit and view the Terms and Conditions.