What payment methods does Tiffany & Co. accept?
Tiffany & Co. accepts the below payment methods:
- American Express
We currently do not accept Gift Vouchers online. You can use a Tiffany & Co. Gift Voucher in any of our Tiffany & Co. stand-alone stores in London, UK: Old Bond Street, Covent Garden, Royal Exchange, Sloane Square and Westfield London.
Verified by Visa
Verified by Visa is free to Visa cardholders and was developed to help prevent unauthorized use of Visa cards online.
Verified by Visa protects Visa cards with personal passwords, giving cardholders reassurance that only they can use their Visa cards online.
Once your card is activated, your card number will be recognized whenever it's used at participating online stores. A Verified by Visa window will automatically appear, and your visa card issuer will ask for your password. You will enter your password to verify your identity and complete your purchase. At stores that are not participating in Verified by Visa yet, your Visa card will continue to work as usual.
American Express SafeKey®
American Express SafeKey® is an online authentication service that provides an additional layer of security against theft and fraud when buying goods and services online at participating SafeKey® retailers using your American Express® Card.
When you shop online, SafeKey® will pop up in your internet browser and prompt you to enter either your pre-defined password or a unique one-time security code that would be sent to you via text/email. For further information please refer to your card provider.
MasterCard® SecureCode™ is a new service from MasterCard and your card issuer that provides added protection when you buy online. There is no need to get a new MasterCard or Maestro® card. You choose your own personal MasterCard SecureCode™ and it is never shared with any merchant. A private code means added protection against unauthorized use of your credit or debit card when you shop online.
Every time your pay online with your MasterCard or Maestro card a box pop up from your card issuer asking you for your personal SecureCode, just like the bank does at the ATM. In seconds, your card issuer confirms it is you and allows your purchase to be completed.