Finance your purchase with Affirm0% APR Financing for up to 18 months.
Affirm is a financing alternative to credit cards and other credit-payment products. Affirm offers instant financing for online purchases to be paid in fixed monthly installments over 3, 6, or 12 months.
Buy and receive your purchase right away, and pay for it over several months.
If Affirm approves your loan, you'll see your loan terms before you make your purchase.
The application process is secure and real-time.
You don’t need a credit card to make a purchase.
You may be eligible for Affirm financing even if you don’t have an extensive credit history.
Affirm reminds you by email and SMS before your upcoming payment is due and you can even enable Autopay to schedule automatic monthly payments on your loan.
How It Works
At checkout, choose Pay with Affirm.
Affirm prompts you to enter a few pieces of information.
Affirm sends a text message to your cell phone with a unique authorization code.
Enter the authorization code into the application form.
Within a few seconds, Affirm notifies you of the loan amount you’re approved for, the interest rate, and the number of months you have to pay off your loan. You have the option to pay off your loan over three, six, or twelve months. Affirm states the amount of your fixed, monthly payments and the total amount of interest you’ll pay over the course of the loan.
To accept Affirm’s financing offer, click Confirm Loan and you’re done.
What you’ll need
To sign up for Affirm, you must:
Be 18 years or older (19 years or older in Alabama or if you’re a ward of the state in Nebraska).
Not be a resident of Iowa (IA) or West Virginia (WV).
Provide a valid U.S. or APO/FPO/DPO home address.
Provide a valid U.S. mobile or VoIP number and agree to receive SMS text messages. The phone account must be registered in your name.
Provide your full name, email address, date of birth, and the last 4 digits of your social security number to help us verify your identity.
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The merchant has no information regarding a customer's financing denial. Affirm strives to offer all credit-worthy applicants financing with Affirm, but isn’t able to offer credit in every case. Affirm will send you an email with more details about its decision. Unfortunately, Affirm’s decision is final.
Although Affirm is continually adding support for additional banks, they aren’t able to connect to every bank at the present time. We apologize for the inconvenience. If you’re unable to connect your bank, you’ll need to complete your purchase with another payment method.
Affirm may sometimes need more information about your finances and your ability to repay in order to make a credit decision. If you are prompted to link your checking account and would like to proceed, please provide the login information for your online bank account. Affirm does not store your online login credentials—they are transmitted securely to your bank.
If Affirm asks you to link your checking account, Affirm won’t be able to offer you credit if:
1) Your bank is not listed
2) You choose not to link your checking account
3) You don’t use online banking
4) The username and/or password you provide is incorrect
5) You're unable to successfully connect your checking account
Affirm calculates the annual percentage rate (APR) of a loan using simple interest, which equals the rate multiplied by the loan amount and by the number of months the loan is outstanding.
This model differs from compound interest, in which the interest expense is calculated on the loan amount and the accumulated interest on the loan from previous periods. Think about compound interest as “interest on interest,” which can increase the loan amount. Credit cards, for example, use compound interest to calculate the interest expense on outstanding credit card debt.
When Affirm determines your annual percentage rate (APR), it evaluates a number of factors, including your credit score and other data about you. If you finance future purchases with Affirm, you may be eligible for a lower APR depending on your financial situation at the time of purchase.
This APR calculator will give you an idea of how much interest you actually pay: https://www.affirm.com/apr-calculator/
When you consider Affirm financing, carefully evaluate the loan terms that Affirm offers you and determine whether the monthly payments fit your budget.
We know there’s an OkiOki out there for everyone so we’ve partnered with Affirm to make sure every home can get the OkiOki of their dreams.