Typically with any high priced items such as cars, houses, or wedding rings, you’re able to finance goods (borrow money) from a credit company as long as you agree to pay the money back with interest.
As originators and leaders in the consignment game, Flight Club saw a void in their industry and applied a normal business tactic to increase sales. Flight Club decided to quietly give sneakerheads the option to finance sneakers up to a full year after the purchase. For example, if you’re looking to cop a pair of “Fragment” Air Jordan 1’s, you can finance them through AFFIRM for as low as $123.01 per month. That sounds a lot better than $1,400 upon check out. Nike Air Mags come out to a cool $702.90 per month if you’re feeling froggy.
So how does one go about using AFFIRM to finance sneakers on Flight Club? According to their instructions it’s pretty simple:
Enjoy your purchase immediately, with no hidden fees.
Provide some basic information and get instant approval to split your purchase (up to $10,000) into 3, 6, or 12 monthly payments with rates from 10-30% APR.
Just select Pay with AFFIRM at checkout.
Would you consider financing sneakers on Flight Club if your grails were really expensive? Share your thoughts, concerns, comments, and feedback down below.