Save 15% at The Fragrance Shop to celebrate Clearpay Day 2021

Clearpay Day is back for 2021! The big savings event from Clearpay has previously only happened every two years but (probably to treat us all after the last 12 months) it’s returned.

If you didn’t already know, Clearpay makes shopping easier for us all by making it possible to shop now and pay later, in bite-size payments with zero interest.

Whether you’re treating yourself to a new Spring scent or shopping for that last-minute birthday gift you forgot (we’ve all been there), you can shop stress-free within your budget.

So, what’s Clearpay Day? It’s not one but TWO days where Clearpay helps you save with exclusive discount codes for some of your favourite retail spots, and this year… The Fragrance Shop is joining!

Save 15% at The Fragrance Shop to celebrate Clearpay Day 2021

That’s right, you can shop at The Fragrance Shop online from September 30th to 1st October and save 15% on your purchases when you select Clearpay as your payment method at checkout.

Simply fill your basket, apply code CLEARPAY15 at checkout then select Clearpay. With Clearpay your purchase will be split into four interest-free re-payments, which you pay every two weeks. There are no fees when you pay on time.

Save 15% at The Fragrance Shop to celebrate Clearpay Day 2021

You’ll need to follow some instructions and complete some personal details for approval before completing your checkout, then your order will be good to go!

Fancy saving 15% off that new seasonal scent you’ve got your eye on, without going out of your budget this month? Celebrate Clearpay Day at The Fragrance Shop and treat yourself to what we have on offer!


As a retailer that has integrated with Clearpay, you will need to make sure that all your marketing is in line with the rules on financial promotions and Advertising Standards Agency Guidance on Advertising BNPL (“ASA Guidance”). 

To help you get comfortable with how to talk about Clearpay, we’ve put together a Merchant Guide to Financial Promotions and ASA Guidance for all retailers on what you need to do with your messaging to customers.

A “financial promotion” is any messaging that invites a customer to engage in certain financial activities, including inviting customers to use Clearpay to pay in 4 instalments. In practice, most mentions of Clearpay will be financial promotions. The rules on financial promotions apply to all retailers that are integrated with Clearpay.  All financial promotions must be fair, clear and not misleading and approved by an “authorised person”. An authorised person is someone who is authorised by the Financial Conduct Authority or Prudential Regulation Authority. 

Communications about Clearpay as a BNPL service should also meet the requirements set out in the ASA Guidance.

The rules on financial promotions and ASA Guidance apply whenever you talk about Clearpay to customers. This includes on your website, in your emails and on social media (including through ads or influencers). 

Before we go into the detail, there are a few things we need you to know:

  1. Use the assets and follow the guidelines available from our Retailer Resources page and follow the best practices set out in this Merchant Guide. If you don’t make any changes to the assets and follow the best practices in this Merchant Guide, your campaign is ready to go!
  2. If you want to create your own marketing, change any of our assets or change the way you talk about Clearpay, it will need to be reviewed and approved by an authorised person.  
  3. We can help you with getting this approval if you send us your proposed marketing communication for review and approval before it’s published. We recommend that you still follow the best practices we’ve set out in these Merchant Guidelines to ensure speedy approval.

We aim to review any such proposed marketing within 5 working days.

Failing to observe the rules on financial promotions, in particular, is a criminal offence in the UK and may attract a fine and/or imprisonment for company directors.  Customer complaints for not meeting the requirements of the ASA could lead to an investigation led by the ASA.