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Cyber Monday Deals At Walmart 2021, Shop on Walmart.com, select Affirm at checkout and pay at your own pace.

Walmart offers easy and affordable monthly payments online and in stores with Affirm. Alternative to layaway, you can purchase immediately and pay overtime at a pace you choose—from 3 to 24 months*. During checkout at Walmart.com, you can choose Affirm as a payment method and apply for a loan to pay for your items. For in-store purchases, apply at affirm.com/walmart, pick your desired payment plan, scan your single-use barcode at the register, and make payments online with Affirm.

Affirm always shows you the exact terms (subject to your eligibility) and the total amount of interest you will pay, never charging you anything extra. Unlike most credit cards, Affirm does not charge any fees. That means no late fees, no prepayment fees, no annual fees, no hidden fees, and service fees to open or close your Affirm account. Your cart total will determine which payment plans are available. For carts between $144–$799.99, you may be able to finance your purchases over 3, 6, or 12 months*. For carts between $800–$2,000, you may be able to finance your purchases over 12, 18, or 24 months. All payment options are subject to eligibility.

Opening The Door To More Purchases

Everyone, more or less, shops at Walmart. There is really no way to get to 140 million weekly shoppers, or to be the top grocery seller in the country, without touching a staggering percentage of the adult shopping population in the U.S. People may have certain demographic assumptions about those who shop at Walmart, but, at the end of the day, the numbers don’t lie — and the numbers are pretty much everyone.

That is a characteristic both ""“>Walmart and Affirm share, Levchin told Webster — though, admittedly, at a much different scale. The assumption, even when Levchin founded Affirm, was that it would be a credit product of interest to mostly subprime or near-prime customers on the road to recovery from a bad credit encounter.

What he said Affirm found was that it, like Walmart, could serve everyone.