The next AfterPay Day has been announced for August 16

Alexandra Hourigan 10 August 2018 NEWS

AfterPay Day is back again and it is set to be bigger and better than ever.

AfterPay Day is coming back again this month and we've never been more excited. The sale is set to launch next week on 16 August and it's definitely worth marking your calendars.

If you've missed the previous sale events then allow us to enlighten you. AfterPay Day is a 24 hour sale period where a number of stores who offer AfterPay also offer some serious discounts.

The last AfterPay Day sale saw some amazing deals like 25% off Princess Polly. 30% off Windsor Smith and 20% off Mon Purse, just to name a few. It's not just a fashion inclusive sale with homewares, sports, health and beauty brands all getting in on the fun.

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The best part about the sale is that every retailer getting in on the fun all offer AfterPay. This means you'll be able to split the cost of your order into four installments that you pay over four weeks. The best part? There is absolutely no interest unless you miss a payment.

The sale event will officially kick off on August 16 at 12pm and run for the next 24 hours. These events just keep getting better and better and it's no surprise. The first AfterPay sale event had more than 70,000 orders processed and we bet we will see an even higher number this year.

Finder also has it on good authority that many retailers will be topping their offers from previous years too! You can expect retailers like Hello Molly, THE ICONIC, and Mon Purse. This sale will also see the new addition of UK retailer, Nasty Gal and Boohoo who just launched AfterPay on the site.

Stay tuned to @finderstyle Instagram for more information on the best new launches, deals and news.

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