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Stores that accept Sezzle in 2022

Pay off your purchase in small chunks over six weeks — 100% interest-free.

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Letting go of a chunk of change all at once can be a challenge, especially if the purchase wasn’t exactly planned in your budget. With Sezzle, you can divide purchases into four payments over a six-week period, easing the burden on your wallet. And the best part? You’ll never pay any interest.

The only catch is that you need to be able to pay off the total within six weeks — and the store you’re shopping at must be partnered with Sezzle. The good news? The list of merchants that offer Sezzle financing is quickly growing.

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Alternatives to Sezzle

If you’re looking for a flexible option for paying off purchases over time, few programs can beat a credit card. Credit cards are accepted at a wide majority of retailers online and offline, and offer plenty of additional perks and rewards for consumers. Check out your credit card options to find one that best fits your shopping needs.

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