I’ve been wanting an Apple Watch since they were first introduced, but I haven’t been wanting to spend the money to get one. Imagine my surprise, when I won an Apple Watch from Xero at Affiliate Summit West 2016! If you’re not as lucky as me but want an Apple Watch and can’t afford one, here’s the places online that you can buy an Apple Watch now, and pay for it later over time with deferred payment options.
Gettington – Choose from 4 or up to 24 monthly payment options on thousands of brands including the Apple Sport Watch. Application takes less than a minute! If you already have a Gettington Credit Account, click here to shop!
Fingerhut – Buy the Apple Watch Sport with 38mm or 42mm Silver Aluminum Case and Pink or Blue Sports Band for only $34.99 per month with no down payments, no layaway, no surprises and affordable monthly payments. Fingerhut claims to say “Yes!” when others say “No” on credit offers. If you already have a Fingerhut Credit Account, click here to shop!
Home Shopping Network – All Apple 42mm and 38mm Retina Display Sports Watches are on sale with free shipping plus eligible for Flex Pay to break your purchase amount into 5 payments with no fees or interest.
QVC.com – Spread out 6 installment payments at no extra charge when you order using any major credit card. Several Apple Watch bundles/colors available!
Verizon Wireless – Get an Apple Watch Series 3 for $66.66/month with $0 down (for qualified customers) for 6 months with 0% APR. May require 2-year contact.
Amazon offers a free $50 gift card for applying and getting approved for their Amazon Rewards Visa Card that you can instantly apply towards a new Apple Watch plus earn 3% back on your Amazon purchase. Shop Amazon.com now!
The following online stores all sell Apple Watches AND accept PayPal, so you can choose PayPal Credit (formerly Bill Me Later) at checkout to make monthly payments. Make no payments with no interest if paid in full in six (6) or nine (9) months. No Interest if paid in full in 6, 12 or 18 months with minimum monthly payments.
So… why didn’t they call the Apple Watch an iWatch?