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I'm sure you've heard the saying that if you wait until you can afford kids, you'll never have them! And everyone knows having a baby ends up costing a lot more money than planned for!
So, if you're expecting a baby or have an infant or toddler and need baby stuff now, but can't afford it, I’ve found several stores that offer deferred billing on baby gear, so you can buy now and pay off later over time.
The following online merchants accept Affirm with payments starting at $7 per month.
Wayfair carries a zillion things for your home including nursery furniture such as cribs, gliders, rockers, changing tables and toppers, cradles, bassinets, dressers, toddler bed, bookcases, crib mattresses, baby gates, baby and toddler bedding and bath, toys, decor, nursery storage and more. Shop Wayfair.com now!
Aeroflow sells breastfeeding pumps and can help you qualify for a breast pump through your insurance. If your insurance won't cover it, you can make payments which are less than renting a breast pump. Shop AeroflowBreastpumps.com now!
Amazon offers a free $50 gift card for applying and getting approved for their Amazon Rewards Visa Card that you can instantly apply towards new baby stuff plus earn 3% back on your Amazon purchase. Shop Amazon.com now!
The following online stores all sell baby stuff AND accept PayPal, so you can choose PayPal Credit (formerly Bill me Later) at checkout to make monthly payments. No Payments + No Interest if paid in full in 6 or 9 months. No Interest if paid in full in 6, 12 or 18 months with minimum monthly payments.
- Albee Baby – Free Shipping on Strollers, Car Seats & Baby Gear
Most of the stores mentioned above are located in the United States (but may ship internationally). If you live in Australia, check out stores that accept zipPay, and if you live in the United Kingdom, check out stores that accept Klarna.
Boy, am I glad my baby making days are over as baby stuff is expensive!