Bargain hunters are delighted when Afterpay launches in the store in The Reject Shop just in time
- The Australian retailer The Reject Shop now offers Afterpay for customers
- With Afterpay, shoppers can purchase items and pay later in installments
- The Reject Shop has a range of furniture, kitchenware, cosmetics and toys in stock
- The buy-now-pay-later service is available with purchases of $ 40 or more
Discount retailer The Reject Shop now offers Afterpay in-store, giving Australian shoppers the opportunity to buy their favorite products now and pay later.
Available for purchases of $ 40 or more, the service allows customers to take goods home by paying a quarter of the total price in advance, and the remainder in three installments over the course of six weeks – without interest, fees or hidden costs.
The Reject Shop has a wide range of budget supplies, including furniture, kitchen utensils, fashion accessories, personal hygiene products, toys and school supplies.
One of the best offers is a $ 59 LED deep fryer, a fully decorated Christmas tree for $ 33, $ 10 household storage boxes and a $ 30 four-poster bed to protect animals from the summer sun.
Discount retailer The Reject Shop has launched Afterpay in the store, giving Australian shoppers the opportunity to buy now and pay later without interest, costs or hidden costs
How Afterpay works
With Afterpay, customers can now enjoy their purchases and pay later.
Online shoppers can buy clothes, shoes, accessories and household items after they have chosen Afterpay as a payment method at the checkout, after which the purchases are delivered to the door without paying a cent.
Customers pay off their purchases in four installments, one in advance and three spread over six weeks – all without interest or costs.
The only costs charged by Afterpay are late costs for missed payments.
& # 39; Afterpay is now available in the store at The Reject Shop & # 39 ;, confirmed a statement from the retailer.
The service reminds users when the next installment must be paid to prevent payments from being missed and late costs being incurred.
Since the launch of Down Under in 2015, & # 39; buy-now-pay-later & # 39; services have taken Australia by storm.
In the 12 months from January 2018 to January 2019, 1.59 million Australians used a & # 39; buy-now-pay-later & # 39; digital payment method, with the largest concentration – 40.6 percent – consisting of millennials.
Earlier this year, The Reject Shop released a new range of affordable household items to competing collections from popular budget retailers such as Kmart, Target and Ikea.
The best purchases at the Reject Shop
– Four-liter LED air fryer $ 59
– Oral B All Rounder toothbrushes $ 3
– Gillette Mach 3 Shaving Razor $ 5
– Handkerchiefs $ 1.50
– Nail scissors $ 2
– Pigeon deodorant $ 2
– Colgate mouthwash $ 2
– Children's tags $ 3
– Colored pencils for children $ 3
– 90 liter household storage boxes $ 10
The best purchases at the Reject Shop
– Canopy bed for pets $ 30
– Yoga mat $ 6
– Fragrant column candles $ 5
– Pre-decorated Christmas tree $ 33
– Tennis balls $ 2.50
– Dog treats $ 3
– Litter box $ 4
– Clip top food pots $ 1.50
– Shoe rack with four layers $ 14
Since the launch of Down Under in 2015, buy-now-pay-later services have aroused the imagination of consumers with no less than 1.59 million Australians who used a digital payment plan last year (stock image)
The range includes a $ 59 pink velvet & # 39; decoration chair & # 39; (left) and a $ 12 metallic gold mirror (right)
The news of the launch spread like wildfire, with fans on Facebook decorating groups that have declared it winners.
& # 39; Reject Shop has had really nice things in recent months. I always look at Kmart, Target and Reject Shop. & # 39; said a person.
Another proudly stated that they had spent $ 150 in store last week on home decorations and pillows.
& # 39; Reject Shop goes out into the world & # 39 ;, said a third.
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