How it Works

Get what you want today, pay it in four payments, always interest-free.

Frequently Asked Questions

Afterpay is a service that allows our customers to make purchases now and pay for them later. Payments are broken up into four equal installments, and are made every 2 weeks without any interest.

To use Afterpay at, just add items to your cart totaling a minimum of $35 and select Afterpay as your payment method at checkout. With Afterpay there’s no waiting — your order ships the same day if ordered by 3PM Eastern Standard Time.

Afterpay is only offered to our customers who have a US billing address, US shipping address, a US Visa or Mastercard (credit or debit card), and a US mobile phone number. Customers with international billing addresses, shipping addresses, and/or phone numbers will not be able to set up an account with Afterpay.

All Afterpay customers are required to make their first payment at the time of purchase. Three remaining installment payments are deducted automatically from your selected payment method every two weeks. If you would like to make additional unscheduled payments before they are due, you may log in to Afterpay to make your payments early. Afterpay will then adjust your amount owed accordingly.

You can log in to your Afterpay account anytime to view your payment schedule or make a payment before the next due date.

Like any Fifth & Ninth order, Afterpay orders ship the same day if ordered by 3PM Eastern Standard Time.

If you’d like to return or exchange an item purchased with Afterpay, then the standard Fifth & Ninth return policy will apply. Gift cards or e-Gift cards are not eligible for Afterpay. If your order contains gift cards and other eligible products, you will need to purchase your gift cards separately.

You must be over 18, a resident of the U.S. and meet additional eligibility criteria to qualify. Late fees may apply. Estimated payment amounts shown on product pages exclude taxes and shipping charges, which are added at checkout. Click here for complete terms. Loans to California residents made or arranged pursuant to a California Finance Lenders Law license.