EB games now offers Afterpay

Mia Steiber 8 October 2018 NEWS


Play now. Pay later.

Electronics and gaming retailer, EB Games will officially offer Afterpay as a payment method at the checkout. The store made the announcement on it Facebook page early on 8 October and within just an hour the post had been shares over a thousand times with more than 5500 comments.

According to the announcement posted by EB Games, there will be no minimum spend required to access Afterpay as a payment method. So even if you're just buying something small, you will be able to buy now and pay later. But there is a maximum spend of $1,200.

Many excited Afterpay fans have taken to Facebook and Afterpay fan groups to share their excitement over the news. Some have even posted images of Afterpay banners hanging up in EB Games stores.

At this stage, Afterpay can't be used in store at the checkouts of EB Games. But you can use it for click and collect orders. Order and pay with Afterpay online but just select the click and collect delivery option and you can head in-store to pick up your purchase.

And for those who were wondering, EB Games owned site Zing has also today announced that it will offer Afterpay at the checkout. Zing sells trending pop-culture items, gaming accessories and gaming merchandise.

This is just the latest in a recent string of big Afterpay announcements of late. In September it was announced that Kmart would officially join Afterpay. Then just a few weeks later, UK owned store Nasty Gal officially added Afterpay to its checkout.

Stay tuned for all the latest Afterpay announcements. And make sure you keep your eyes glued to our Afterpay store list to see who has Afterpay right now.

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