Ever wanted to buy something at your favorite store or take advantage of a sale before payday rolls around? Afterpay lets you make a purchase without having to pay for it on the spot. Then, you simply pay in four installments.
The best part? Payments are interest free.
Here, we list our go-to stores for quick reference, and a full list of every store that accepts Afterpay.
Our go-to stores that accept Afterpay
Search for a store or browse through the list, clicking Shop now to navigate to the retailer’s site.
How does Afterpay work?
When shopping at any store that offers Afterpay as a payment option (see list below), you can select Afterpay at checkout. When you select Afterpay as your payment option, you’ll pay for the first quarter of your purchase and then pay for the remaining three quarters over six weeks, making a payment biweekly. Choose the debit or credit card that you want your repayments to come out of and Afterpay will direct debit them on the due dates.
Afterpay will use your credit or debit card to process your application and approve you at checkout. You’ll receive reminders for when your repayments are due, and you’ll be given an online Afterpay account to manage your orders and payments. Read our review of Afterpay for more details on features, costs and how it works.
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Alternatives to Afterpay
The best alternative to using a program like Afterpay for your online purchases is to use a tried and true credit card. Despite possessing interest rates, you don’t actually have to pay any interest at all if you pay off your entire balance at the end of each month. And if you want to carry a balance interest free, there are plenty of excellent 0% introductory APR cards on the market.
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