Walmart eBooks accepts payments from most major credit cards, debit cards, and online payment options like PayPal.
Visa Credit and MasterCard are accepted worldwide. Depending on where you live, you may see additional payment options available. You can also use store credit to pay for items. You can purchase items from Kobo with:
- Visa Credit (accepted worldwide)
- MasterCard (accepted worldwide)
- Visa Checkout
- Diner's Club
- Visa Debit
- Walmart eBooks gift cards
Note: eBooks can’t be purchased through the Walmart eBooks App for iOS devices. Apple users can buy them directly from Kobo, then read them with the Walmart eBooks App afterwards.
If you’re using a credit card, we’ll attempt to authorize it when you place your order. Your credit card will not be billed unless you confirm your purchase of an item.
For your protection, we encrypt your purchase details and credit card information, so your information is safe and secure.
Using a credit card
You can use your credit card to pay for items.
If you’re using a credit card, we’ll attempt to authorize it when you place your order. If your credit card provider does not authorize the charge, you will see a message indicating this onscreen. Your credit card will not be billed unless you confirm purchase of an item.
Kobo accepts common payment options such as Paypal, Visa Checkout, Visa Credit, Visa Debit, Master Card, and Amex. You may see different payment options depending on what country you're purchasing an item from.
Authorizing your credit card
If you're having trouble paying with your credit card, you may need to check your credit card information.
Sometimes credit card authorizations fail because of an incorrect expiry date or a wrong digit in a credit card number. Verify that the information is correct and then re-submit your order. Learn more about changing your payment information.
If your billing information looks correct and your order still fails to authorize, please contact your credit card provider for further assistance, or place your order again using a different credit card.