It’s official, Afterpay will be offered at Myer

Mia Steiber 15 March 2017 NEWS

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Myer has officially signed a two-year contract with Afterpay and will start offering the service this year.

Yes, you heard correctly. The wildly popular "buy now, pay later" retail service announced this morning that it will become available as a payment option at Myer online within the next three months.

This is amazing news for shoppers in Australia, effectively allowing customers to access layby facilities online.

Afterpay MD Nick Molnar said, “We feel privileged to work with Myer, one of Australia’s most iconic retail brands, and we're excited to introduce Myer’s online customers to the benefits of Afterpay. Afterpay’s retail value proposition is resonating strongly with Australian retailers and consumers, now with over 500,000 active customers and over 3,100 retailers."

Afterpay has a massive presence in the women's fashion space but is slowly adding stores like Sheridan and Supercheap Auto to its collection of partners. This new partnership with Myer kicks the door wide open for Afterpay to be used outside of just fashion.

This is another positive move for Afterpay (and shoppers!), which also recently added brands like Telstra, Booktopia, 2XU, Running Bare, Tarocash and Alannah Hill to its list of partners.

If you'd like to see a full list of all stores offering Afterpay you can head to our Afterpay store directory. Or if you want to know more about Afterpay and how it works, visit our Afterpay FAQ page.

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