Shop your favorite items now and pay later when you choose Afterpay or Sezzle at check out. Here's how it works:


1. Add all your favorite items to the cart.

2. Choose Afterpay at checkout - No credit check and an instant approval decision, very quick and simple.

3. Complete your purchase

4. Pay in 4 interest free installments. Afterpay will send out a reminder before every due date so you can stay on top of your payments.


Sezzle is a payment option that gives you the freedom to buy now and pay later interest free!

When you place your order through Sezzle, our unique approvals system will review your account and determine what payment plan can be offered. In most cases 25% of the order total is due up-front  also called your "downpayment"  or "first installment", with the remaining balance divided into 3 installments each due 2 weeks apart. No interest, no up-front or hidden fees. In fact, as long as you pay off your installments on time, there are no fees at all!

When your order is placed, Sezzle pays the merchant in-full for the order immediately - so the merchant has their funds and is able to process your order just like if you had paid them in full with a credit card! This isn't layaway, so the merchant fulfills your order within their normal shipping and processing times.

Our checkout is straight forward - simply shop at a merchant that offers Sezzle, select "Sezzle" at checkout, and we walk you through the rest of the process.


There's no catch. We don't charge interest, and we only charge fees if a payment fails or you need to adjust the date of your payments more than once per order. We also only run a soft credit check (or "soft inquiry"), so there's no negative hit to your credit score.


If that all sounds great to you (and we hope it does), there are a few requirements to get started shopping with Sezzle:

  • Be 18 years of age or older
  • Have a US or Canadian phone number that can receive texts
  • Have a working email address
  • Have a non-prepaid payment method available
    • For shoppers in the US and Canada, this can be a bank account, a debit card, or a credit card