At Outtire, you may currently shop using the following forms of payment:
- Visa, Mastercard, Discover, American Express Debit or Credit Card
- PayPal, Amazon Pay, Apple Pay, Google Pay
- AfterPay (to pay over 6 weeks)
- Cryptocurrency (Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Ethereum, Litecoin)
- Outtire Gift Cards
- Diners Club and JCB
Online prices are subject to change. Outtire reserves the right to change prices at any time without prior notice. However, once you receive confirmation of your order, the price payable in respect of that order will not be changed.
Please note, despite careful updates, from time to time there may be information on outtire.com, the mobile app or our online shops (Walmart, Amazon, etc.) that contain typographical errors, inaccuracies, or omissions that may relate to product descriptions, pricing, and availability. We reserve the right to correct any errors, inaccuracies or omissions and to change or update information at any time without prior notice (including after you have submitted your order).
AfterPay: Shop Now, Pay Later
AfterPay allows you to shop for pride clothing now and pay later with 0% interest and no external credit check! Just pay a little bit today and the rest over 6 weeks. It really is that easy! AfterPay lets you check your available spending with them and helps you stay within your budget. As you make your payments on-time, your spending limits will gradually increase.
AfterPay will send you reminders, so you never miss a payment. And if you do, they pause your account until you’re back on track. There are no fees when payments are made on time and late fees are capped at 25% of the purchase price.
When you shop with AfterPay, you agree to their terms & conditions and installment agreement.
Learn more about Afterpay at our dedicated Afterpay page here.
California Sales Tax
Outtire is required to collect tax from shoppers in California since Outtire's business address is also located in California.
Goods and Service Tax (AUS/NZ)
GST (goods and service tax) is due on all goods sold by foreign online retailers to Australian (10% GST) and starting January 1, 2020, New Zealand (15% GST) consumers. This impacts low-value goods that are valued at less than $1,000 (AU$ or NZ$).
That means Outtire is required by law to collect 10% GST on all orders being shipped to Australia and 15% GST on all orders going to New Zealand.
If you have any questions, take a look at the Australia Taxation Office's website and the New Zealand Inland Revenue website.
Depending on your order's destination, you may have to pay customs fees. The fees may vary depending on the order value, country limits, etc.