Full list of sites that offer Fly Now Pay Later

Have you got dreams of flying off to the Bahamas but your bank account will only get you to Birmingham? Fly Now Pay Later might be able to help.

We all know that feeling of scrolling through flight booking websites and sadly comparing the numbers on the screen to the much smaller numbers in your bank account. But those times could be coming to an end.

As buy now pay later services take off in popularity across the UK, we now have the option to shop now and cover the bill later for shoes, fashion, homewares, beauty products and even tattoos and driving lessons. The next step? Buy now pay later flights and holiday bookings.

The payment service Fly Now Pay Later has partnered with several great travel providers to enable you to book your dream getaway and pay off the bill as and when you can afford it. Check out the booking partners below and find out how Fly Now Pay Later works so you can start browsing for that perfect holiday.

Our favourite Fly Now Pay Later retailer


Book now and pay later with Fly Now Pay Later at lastminute.com (Rep. 49.0% APR)

Book your dream holiday now and pay for it in instalments thanks to lastminute.com's partnership with Fly Now Pay Later. T&Cs apply.

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Representative example: Borrowing £600 over 9 months, a one off transaction fee of 14.99% is payable (fixed), you will repay 9 monthly payments of £66.66 per month. Total amount payable £689.94. Representative 49.0% APR.

Full list of retailers that offer Fly Now Pay Later

Retailer Link Category
lastminute.com Shop now Travel
Flymble Shop now Travel
Skylord Travel Shop now Travel
benz travel Shop now Travel
Bright Sun Travel Shop now Travel
Travel Up Shop now Travel
Crystal Travel Shop now Travel
Travelpack Shop now Travel
LycaFly Shop now Travel
TravelCentre.uk Shop now Travel
Carlton Leisure Shop now Travel
Tickets to India Shop now Travel

How does Fly Now Pay Later work?

Fly Now Pay Later has partnered with the above online retailers to offer you a way to book your flights and holidays now and pay back the total cost in instalments over 3, 6 or 12 months.

Visit any of the partner websites above and on the checkout page of your booking, select “Fly Now Pay Later” as the payment option.

The next step will be to create your Fly Now Pay Later account, which requires you to be at least 18 years of age, be a resident of the United Kingdom, have a UK mobile phone and have a payment card registered to the same address as detailed in your application.

As part of the account creation process, Fly Now Pay Later will perform a credit check and provide you with an instant credit decision. If you are accepted, then you will be offered a payment plan of either 3, 6 or 12 months.

The first of your payments will be taken automatically one calendar month from the day you made the booking. The rest of your payments will be due monthly on the same date for the duration of your payment term.

For further information on how the Fly Now Pay Later system works, visit the Fly Now Pay Later website.

  • Warning: Late repayments can cause you serious money problems. For help, contact the Money Advice Service.

How much does Fly Now Pay Later cost?

Fly Now Pay Later offers travel loans to its users ranging from £100 to £3000, depending on your travel plans and credit profile. When you select Fly Now, Pay Later as your payment option you will see the total payable amount at the checkout including applicable fees and interest rates.

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