Salon Pay is a payment solution designed specifically for Salons, offering clients multiple ways to pay, including our salon-exclusive Buy Now Pay Later, without complicated tech or paperwork.

 
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Salon Clients


Up to $1200 to spend using Salon Pay Buy Now Pay Later available now at each Salon Pay Salon. No Interest ever. #pampernowpaylater


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Merchants


We know you will love the lowest merchant rate, and your clients will love a Hair Beauty specific Buy Now Pay Later option.


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Find A Salon


Salon Pay Buy Now Pay Later is available at all Salon Pay Salons. Find a salon near you through our interactive directory


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what is salon pay?


salon pay is a payment processing system for the hair & beauty industry


With thousands of Salons across Australia, New Zealand, and the USA,  Salon Pay is allowing clients to spend more and visit more frequently. Who doesn't want that!


what is salon pay?


Hair & Beauty on your terms


Salon Pay is an industry specific Payment processing system. Salon Pay offers multiple payment methods, just like an online shopping cart. Buy Now Pay Later, once off Visa & Mastercard Payments, take booking fees and even create your own e-commerce store. You CAN do it all, and best of all, Salon Pay is completely contact less.

One thing is for sure, it’s never been so easy to look good a feel great with Salon Pay.

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Amazing! I went from dark to Blonde and being able to pay in 4 instalments made a large hairdressing job so much more affordable. I will definitely sign on to the membership package so then I don’t have to worry about anything. Love it!
Being on a membership plan with my salon makes keeping the greys at bay so much easier. Thank you!
So much funner than a gym membership! I love that I can visit my salon more regularly. I am looking and feeling great from head to toe, and now I can Pay Later when I want to splurge on the more expensive services. So great! Thank you!

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