What payment methods do you accept?

  • We currently accept payment via Visa (Credit, Debit and Electron), Maestro, Mastercard, American Express and Paypal.

  • We also offer a Buy Now Pay Later and Pay Later in 3 option via Klarna. Please note that this option is only available for UK customers only.

How do I pay for my order?

  • When you’re happy with the items in your basket and are ready to proceed to checkout, click ‘View Basket and Checkout’ at the top of your screen. You will be guided through our checkout process and invited to provide details of your delivery and billing addresses, as well as ways in which we can contact you (in case we need to get in touch, and in order for us to confirm your order).

  • Once you have provided this information, you’ll be redirected to our secure payment server (provided by Sagepay). Select your preferred payment method (i.e. card type or Paypal) from the icons available and input card details on the following screen if applicable.

  • You may be asked to input your 3D Secure code if you use the Verified by Visa or Mastercard service. When your payment has been accepted, you’ll be redirected back to the Yards Store website, and your order will be confirmed. You’ll shortly receive email confirmation.

What currencies can I use?

  • All payments are processed in GBP (British Pounds Sterling).

  • If your country uses a different currency, your order value will be automatically converted during payment based on the current exchange rate. If you’re not sure how much your order will cost, you can use our currency converter (via the dropdown menu at the top of the page), with exchange rates provided by Universal Currency Converter. Please note that this is for guideline purposes only, and the exact rate of exchange will be determined by your bank at the time of transaction.

Is it safe to order online?

  • We use ‘Secure Socket Layer’ technology (SSL) to encrypt your payment, to ensure your card details are safe. Verified by Visa and Mastercard SecureCode (3D Secure) is also in place where set-up by you, to provide further security.

  • You can identify a secure connection when the usual ‘http’ page address prefix changes to ‘https’. You may also see a small padlock icon indicating that the page is secure, depending on the Internet browser you are using.