Méthodes de paiement

Payment methods for your purchase in the Simpert Reiter and travellunch online shop

Here you can see which convenient and secure payment methods we offer for your purchase in our shop. There are no additional fees – no matter what payment method you use.

This is what the choice of payment methods looks like in our shop during the ordering process:

ATTENTION, currently purchase on account is not possible!


Select payment method

  • Credit card  
  • Direct debit

  • Prepayment/bank transfer
    Pay for your purchase in advance and receive the goods delivered to your home upon receipt of payment

The accepted credit cards are Visa, MasterCard and American Express.


Direct debit / Bank collection

Direct debit is also called bank collection, because by entering your bank details you give us permission to debit your account with the amount of your order. This way, we receive your payment quite quickly and the goods can then be shipped to you. This payment method is also secure via PayPal Plus.


Prepayment / Bank transfer

We will provide you with our bank details in the order confirmation. The invoice amount is then to be transferred to our account within 10 days. As soon as our system has registered the receipt of the correct amount, the goods will be sent to you immediately.


Invoice for B2B

Purchase on account is currently only possible for authorities, public bodies, institutions and business customers.

If you are or represent a public authority, public body, institution or business purchaser, we will supply you directly on account with a 30-day payment term after checking your information.

Please contact us. After a brief check, we will convert your account to payment by invoice. Henceforth, you will have the possibility to order directly on account via your customer account.

If you have any questions, please email us at: info@simpert-reiter.de.


Additional information

We reserve the right to reject individual methods of payment.

You only have the right to offset if your counterclaims have been legally established or are undisputed. You can only exercise a right of retention if the claims result from the same contractual relationship.