Afterpay Engagement Rings: Pay in Instalments

Can you “AfterPay Engagement Rings”?

Do you want to buy an engagement ring but don’t have enough to pay for one?

You can buy now and pay later on engagement rings with AfterPay at Holdsworth Bros. Jewellers. See our range of engagement rings here or contact us for custom made.

We know diamond rings aren’t cheap, but it’s one of the most important things you’ll ever purchase.

Can you put a diamond engagement ring on a payment plan?

Yes, you can pay off a diamond engagement ring after you’ve bought it on a payment plan. It’s best to speak to your jeweller to find out what type of loan options they have available for financing a ring.

Some people buy a diamond ring on a credit card, but it’s best not to do this unless you can afford to pay off the card.

Where can I use AfterPay?

Holdsworth Bros. Jewellers allows you to use AfterPay to buy an engagement ring for orders up to $2,000, allowing you to split your payment into four instalments. Each instalment is paid every fortnight, so the item will be fully paid in eight weeks.

If you are planning to buy a diamond ring that is more than $2,000 you won’t be able to use AfterPay.

What is the cheapest way to buy an engagement ring?

If you’re looking to buy an engagement ring but don’t have a lot of money, it’s safer to buy a ring that is within your budget, rather than taking out a loan or paying for it on a credit card if you’re unable to make the repayments.


What is AfterPay?

Founded in 2015, AfterPay is a ‘buy-now-pay-later’ (BNPL) platform that lets you purchase something in advance, staggering the payments out over a period of time. The goal is to provide customers with a means to pay for goods responsibly without incurring interest, fees or extended debt.

Multiple stores, both online and in-person, provide AfterPay as an alternative means of payment. Similarly to credit, it instead has the advantage of interest-free terms (the only costs are the price of the item being purchased and potential late fees).

How does it work?

The process is simple. As their website says, “Shop Now. Pay over 6 weeks. Never pay interest”. The cost of a product is broken down into four separate payments, with the first being paid upfront. The other three payments are made separately every two weeks.

If payments are made on time, there are no extra fees. However, users will incur late fees if they are unable to make their payments on time. The first late fee is $10, with a further $7 added for any additional late payments.

If a customer misses a payment, they won’t be able to use AfterPay until the payments are up-to-date. Late payment fees are charged but are fixed, capped and do not accumulate over time. Customers are never entrapped in revolving debt and never incur interest.

AfterPay allows you to keep track of your purchases, as well as any incoming late fees, via their app. Setting up an account is easy, and the large number of stores that accept AfterPay make it a convenient option for people who need it.

How much can I spend with AfterPay?

The maximum amount of money you can spend with is different for every user, depending on a series of factors, such as:

  • Your payment history

    • Late payments

    • The frequency of late payments

    • How late a payment was made

    • How often scheduled payments on your account get declined

    • How often orders get declined due to insufficient funds on the payment method on-file

  • How long you have been using AfterPay

  • The amount of declined purchases you’ve had using AfterPay

Do you have any questions?

If you have any further questions, contact us and we will be happy to accommodate you however possible. At Holdsworth Bros. Jewellers, we believe in removing any unnecessary barriers between you and your dream jewellery.

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