Joey Sturgis Tones Now Offering Interest-Free Installments with Shop Pay!

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In our continued efforts to make great audio plugins accessible and affordable to musicians, engineers, and producers everywhere, Joey Sturgis Tones is now accepting Shop Pay at checkout. Shop Pay and Shop Pay Installments are the latest offerings from Shopify geared toward making purchasing the products you love easier than ever. With Shopify’s new payment system, customers are able to checkout with the tap of a button AND choose whether to pay in full or spread their payments out with zero-fee, interest-free payments.

With Shop Pay Installments, you’ll now be able to purchase the plugins, resources & bundles you’ve been eyeing without all of the upfront cost using a “Buy Now, Pay Later” option – simply add them to your cart, select Shop Pay at checkout, then select the “Pay in 4 installments” option.

In most cases, each payment toward a bundle purchase will be less than the value of a single included plugin; making it the perfect way to save money while spreading out the expense.

What is Shop Pay?

Shop Pay is a lot like the other express checkout options we already offer on joeysturgistones.com including Paypal, Apple Pay & Amazon Pay. Rather than having to re-enter your credit card information each and every time, Shop Pay allows you to perform a quick checkout by confirming your email address. From there, your preferred payment method and billing information are populated automatically and securely.

With over 60 million users and growing, Shop Pay is quickly becoming one of the most convenient options for consumers. The JST Team is proud to be one of the first merchants to offer Shop Pay on our store.

How Do Shop Pay Installments Work?

Shop Pay Installments are flexible payment options that allow you to invest in larger purchases by dividing the total purchase amount into four equal, bi-weekly payments. Best of all – these payments are completely interest-free and don’t come with any additional fees.

Let’s take a look at how Shop Pay Installments work using a JST bundle as an example… 

One of our most popular plugin bundles is Producer Bundle II, which includes 7 plugins – Gain Reduction Deluxe, JST Clip, Pixelator, Sub Destroyer, SideWidener, Transify & Toneforge Menace. Individually these plugins are valued at nearly $400.00, but as a bundle they’re available for half that (or less if you happen to catch them on sale). With Shop Pay, you’ve got two options:

Choosing the second option would charge your card following this schedule:

Today:

$50.00

2 Weeks from Today:

$50.00

4 Weeks from Today:

$50.00

6 Weeks from Today:

$50.00

Total Spent:

$200.00

As you can see – the total out-of-pocket cost is the same either way, but Shop Pay Installments allow you to spread your payments out over a longer period of time.

Who Qualifies for Shop Pay?

Shop Pay is available at checkout for all joeysturgistones.com customers based in the United States. You may be prompted to create a new account if it is your first time using Shop Pay.

Availability in other countries may be introduced in the future at Shopify’s discretion – until then we recommend international customers use one of our other supported checkout methods mentioned previously or by making a direct payment using a credit/debit card.

Does Shop Pay Work with Coupons/Discounts?

Yes! Shop Pay can be used for payment toward any plugins or products sold through the JST Store, including those that are on sale or where a coupon code has been applied.

Shop Pay Installments require a minimum purchase amount of $50. Gift card purchases are not eligible for installment payments.

What if I have questions?

If you run into any issues completing your purchase, please reach out to our support team via the Contact Us page. Our support hours are Monday through Friday, 9 AM to 4 PM Eastern Time.

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