Ordering for Education, Healthcare, Charities & Government Bodies

All Schools, Colleges, Universities, NHS organisations, Emergency Services, Government bodies and most Charitable Organisations automatically qualify for a 30-day purchase order / payment on invoice account. To setup your 30-day account, when ordering online for the first time, all you need to do is select checkout option 2 (Register As Public Sector) and follow the checkout process. Once your account has been setup and you have placed your first order, for future orders all you need to do is login using the account details which you setup for your first order and follow the checkout process as normal. For other options, please see below for more information.

(Please note: our instant credit accounts are only available to authorised schools / educational bodies, NHS organisations, Emergency Services, Charitable Organisations and Government bodies based within the UK. Personal applications will be denied instantly upon request!).

Pay by Invoice - No Debit or Credit Card Required!

If you're ordering for a registered state-funded educational establishment (School, College and University), Emergency Service, Government Body or Registered Charitable Organisation within the UK, then you can order your goods online and receive an invoice to pay later! You can even phone or fax your order through to our dedicated sales team.

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How To Check Out as Public Sector Customer

If it's the first time you are ordering from JP-UK, and you are a public sector customer, just choose the "Buying For Education, Healthcare, Charity or Public Sector" option, and you will be able to select purchase order as a payment method, along with the usual Credit Card & PayPal options.

Example of Public Sector Checkout

If you are a returning customer, just log in using your email address & chosen password, and your details will have been stored. You'll be able to specify purchase order as a payment method, along with the other options on offer.

If you have any enquiries, please contact our Sales / Accounts team on 0161 474 1200 where you can discuss payment methods and credit terms.

30 day invoice facility for charities are subject to our approval process which may include checking the credit history of the charitable organization where appropriate.

How to order by Purchase Order

Order Online

It's easy to place purchase orders on the site, just add your items to the cart, and checkout as normal. If it's the first time ordering, you must choose Buying For Education, Healthcare, Charity or Public Sector, we cannot accept purchase orders if you checkout as a guest.

Order by Email

Email your purchase order to orders@jp-uk.co.uk, and one of our friendly sales staff will contact you and complete the order with you.

Order by Fax

Fax your purchase order through to 0161 474 1122, and one of our friendly sales staff will contact you and complete the order with you.

Order by Phone

If you'd rather to talk to someone and place your purchase order over the phone, just give us a ring on 0161 474 1200

Order by Post

Prefer to order by post? Send your Purchase order to this address

Just Print (UK) LTD t/a JP-UK
JP House
Thomas Street

Important Info

Our Details:
Registered in England. Company Registration number 04589844
VAT Registration Number: 812 1179 63

To enable us to process your order same day we require a faxed official purchase order to 0161 474 1122, or an e-mailed official purchase order to orders@jp-uk.co.uk. Accounts established in minutes. Telephone orders welcome. For more information, please call us on 0161 474 1200

Other Payment Methods

Alternatively, if you want to pay using a Credit/Debit card, we accept the following payment methods:

instant payment methods

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