3 Ways to Pay Your HSN Credit Card Bill

Make your HSN credit card payment in a way that works for you.

The Home Shopping Network airs segments featuring everything from clothing to fitness goods to electronics. When you’re ready to buy, it offers several payment options, including the HSN Card and HSN Mastercard. Even if you’re familiar with HSN, Comenity Capital might not ring a bell. It’s the bank behind those HSN credit cards.

The HSN Card has no annual fee and lets you break out your payments for HSN purchases and provides benefits like discounts and VIP Easy Returns. You can make up to six VIP Easy Returns per year, which earns you $5 in Spendable Ka$h towards HSN purchases when you use the Easy Return label. While the HSN Mastercard is no longer available, cardholders can still use this legacy card to make purchases anywhere that Mastercard is accepted and earn points toward free HSN shipping certificates. It’s important to keep on top of your credit card payments to maximize your savings. Learn all the ways you can make a HSN credit card payment and improve your credit score while avoiding late payment fees.

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How to Pay Your HSN Credit Card Bill

Credit card login and payment is simple. HSN offers three different options to pay your credit card bill, each of which has its own steps.

Pay Online

Make sure you have your bank routing number and checking account number before you begin, then follow these steps to make an online HSN credit card payment via the HSN online payment system:

  1. Choose the type of card for which you wish to make a payment by clicking the appropriate button on the payment screen.
  2. Complete your HSN credit card login by signing in with your user ID and password. New members must create an account and HSN login before their initial sign in.
  3. Click the “Pay Online” option.
  4. Read the terms and conditions of the bill payment agreement and select “I Agree” to proceed with your HSN bill pay session.
  5. Follow the onscreen instructions to enter your HSN payment information.
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You must make your online HSN payment before 8 p.m. EST on the due date to avoid late payment fees. If you miss that deadline, the payment won’t be credited until the next day. You may schedule online payments in advance to prevent inadvertent late payments.

Find Out: Is Paying in Full or Making a Partial Payment Better for Your Credit Score?

Pay by Phone

HSN Pay by Phone lets you call in payments via a toll-free HSN phone number. Call 888-724-6649 for the HSN Card or 866-702-9947 for the HSN Mastercard and follow the prompts. Be aware that you’ll incur a fee if you choose this payment method. The exact amount is disclosed when you pay.

Related: Use Swagbucks When You Shop on HSN and Earn More Points

Pay by Mail

If you prefer old-school paper, mail your payment to:

Comenity Capital Bank
P.O. Box 659707
San Antonio, TX 78265

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If you don’t have your statement, get your account number from your HSN credit card and include it with your payment to ensure the money is credited to the correct account. As with any payment method, HSN must receive it before 8 p.m. EST on the due date, so allow adequate time for mail delivery to avoid a penalty.

If you have questions about your HSN Card or HSN Mastercard, the toll-free number for HSN credit card customer service is 888-724-6649. Call this HSN credit card phone number directly, as HSN order takers don’t have access to your account information if you call the general HSN phone number.

Learn more ways to avoid credit card late fees.

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    Barb Nefer

    Barb Nefer has been writing professionally for nearly 30 years, cutting her teeth as a news writer for the Daily Southtown in Chicago. She's a doctor of psychology, and her eclectic expertise includes personal finance, psychology, travel and the pet industry. Her work reflects that diversity, with pieces appearing in places like About.com, CBS Local, Yahoo.com, WebPsychology, and Animal Wellness magazine.

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