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Online payment made easy

We accept all major debit and credit cards, as well as other payment methods. Discover them below for a seamless shopping experience.  

Use your vision care insurance

Simply select ‘Apply vision insurance’ at checkout and follow the instructions. Or process your claim manually by submitting your receipt directly with your provider. 

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Now accepting Apple Pay

Choose Apple Pay at checkout for a fast, easy, and secure way to pay online with your Apple ID at Clearly. 

Secure checkout with PayPal

Select PayPal at checkout for a safe and simple payment method online or pay in instalments with Pay Later. 

Payment methods

We accept both debit and credit cards: Visa, MasterCard, American Express; as well as PayPal and Apple Pay. 

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, you can use Apple Pay for both in-store and online purchases. Simply choose Apple Pay as your payment method at checkout. Authenticate the payment using Touch ID, Face ID, or your device passcode, and the transaction will be securely completed.

Apple Pay is compatible with iPhone models starting from iPhone 6 and later, Apple Watch Series 1 and later, iPad models with Touch ID or Face ID, and Mac models with Touch ID. You can also use Apple Pay in Safari on any Mac introduced in or after 2012 running macOS Sierra or later. 

Yes, Apple Pay is designed with security in mind. It generates a unique, dynamic security code for each transaction, ensuring that your actual card number is never shared. Additionally, your biometric data or passcode is required for authentication, adding an extra layer of security.

To set up Apple Pay, open the Wallet app on your iPhone or iPad and tap the "+" icon. Follow the prompts to add your credit, debit, or prepaid card by either scanning it with your device's camera or entering the card details manually. If your card is issued by a participating bank, it will be added to Apple Pay. You can then use it for both in-store and online purchases.