The AfterYay sales have officially started Afterpay Day March 2019

Posted: 13 March 2019 8:14 am
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AfterYay Day is finally here and for 48 hours we have access to a fabulous range of deals and savings.

It's AfterYay Day and our credit cards are officially at the ready. Starting from the 13 March 2019, dozens of retailers are participating in the Afterpay Day sale. What's even better? It's running for a never-before-seen 48 hours! Usually the shopping event only lasts 24 hours, so it's really exciting to experience a full two days of shopping 'til we drop.

Want to know what some of the hottest deals are right now? You can save 20% off at Princess Polly, take 15% off at Adore Beauty, get 20% off at Adidas and score a massive 30% off at General Pants. And that's just to name a few!

If you need help sorting through all the amazing deals and savings, we've got you covered. You can head straight to our Afterpay sales list page which has a comprehensive list of all the deals. You can search through to see if your favourite store has a sale running or maybe you will find yourself making a few unexpected purchases.

The Afterpay Day sales have been running for quite some time. This is the fourth big sale we have seen from the service and we would never complain at another chance to save some serious cash. The very first Afterpay Day broke retail records with $15 million of sales processed. In fact, during the first hour of the sale there were 1.5 orders processed per second!

So, it's no surprise that this year's sale event will be just as exciting. If you have been eyeing off that pair of boots for a while, now is the time to buy before it sells out!

And of course, if you're looking to see a list of every single store with Afterpay, check out our full store list of all the shops with Afterpay.


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