Click to Pay Flights
What is Click to Pay?
Click to Pay was originally launched as ‘Secure Remote Commerce’, in 2018, until it was re-named as ‘Click to Pay’ in 2020. It's an option provided by payment card brands that lets customers pay using a quicker ‘one-click’ option at checkout when shopping with participating online retailers. Lookout for the ‘Click to Pay’ symbol when you reach checkout, and ensure you select it as your chosen option. The Click to Pay icon looks like this: .
What card brands accept Click to Pay?
As of 2020, Visa, Mastercard and American Express provide the option to pay with Click to Pay.
Is it safe to use?
Customers can be completely reassured that Visa uses multiple layers of payment security and advanced payment security technology to help protect against unauthorised use.
Can I use Click to Pay on my phone?
Yes, it can be used on any internet-enabled mobile device, including Android mobiles, Apple iPhone, tablets, and laptops. If you see the symbol , it means that the option is available.
What does “remember me” mean?
You will need to ensure that the mobile device you are using is trusted. If it is your own personal device, by selecting “remember me”, as a one-time option, Visa will remember you on that browser and device. This will let you skip verification the next time you Click to Pay with Visa on that device and browser.
Where is Click to Pay available?
Outside the United States, the service is also currently being rolled out to residents of the following countries: Australia, Brazil, Canada, Hong Kong, Ireland, Kuwait, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, the United Arab Emirates and the United Kingdom. Lots of other countries are also set to be added to the list.
Can I use Click to Pay to book flights?
Alternative Airlines is an online flight search and booking site that makes it easier than ever to book flights on over 600 global airlines, including Qantas, American Airlines, British Airways, Delta Air Lines, Norwegian, and Emirates, while paying the way you want.
Whether you’re looking to pay with a payment plan with PayPal Credit, or an instalment option with Klarna, QuadPay, or Affirm, you have the power to choose how you want to pay.