Hi ladies! At this time we don't accept paypal, but if you're a big eBay seller (like me) I'd highly recommend getting a paypal debt card. I have nothing but great things to say about mine and they're totally free and linked to your account.
We apologize for any inconvenience caused. At this time we don't accept paypal on our site. The methods of payment currently accepted at Sephora.com are Visa, MasterCard, Discover, American Express, JCPenney credit cards, Sephora Gift Cards and Sephora.com eGift Certificates. At this time we are not able to accept money orders, cashier's checks, personal checks or JCPenney gift cards.
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I have placed an order to be shipped into US, but my credit card is international (from Argentina).
I have done 2 other purchases online before, the last one was on October 2013 and it worked perfectly.
I need help to checkout, I tried with 2 credit cards (visa and american express) using the same information I put on my previous online purchases and failed every time I did.
I even tried to pay with a debit card (from Argentina too), but the maturity date on the website do not reach 2024.
I look forward for urgent help!
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I am going to stop shopping at sites that don't accept PayPal, Sephora.com included. If you want people to conveniently and/or safely be able to purchase items online, please get it. It's such a shame, I love Sephora, but there are competitor sites that will accept PayPal. Not only that, the closest Sephora is an hour away from me.
There is a way to use the option of your PayPal account as a means to fund your purchase. What I did was calculate my total along with shipping (free for my case
) and tax. In another tab order an "eGiftCard" directly from Sephora's website. It's a gift card bought to send directly to someone through "Gifts" > "Gift Cards." Sephora tells you that you are going to a secure partner site, CashStar (sephora.cashstar.com). You can get any amount from $10-500 by either choice a preset amount or typing in the exact number (in terms of dollar, IDK about cents). So, I got a gift card for the exact amount I needed (an $113 eGC for a $112.57 cart total after tax) and had it emailed to myself. In the email you receive a gift card code & PIN, at checkout you use that to pay! I used two emails (one for sender one for recipient) for my own organization but I'm sure using the same email works. This is a legitimate way to make your purchase should you prefer to use Paypal. In terms of logistics, as far as Paypal's return policies or guarantees, you may prefer another option. But for a purchase that you know you want it works out well. When you make a purchase with a gift card you are still entitled for returns so that shouldn't be an issue. Good Luck!