Australians can score up to 80 per cent of a range of fashion, beauty and lifestyle products when the Afterpay Day Sale returns.
For four days – starting from Thursday 18 March up until Sunday 21 March – shoppers will be able to take advantage of big brands slashing their prices in the first major sales event of the year.
Scroll down to see the biggest and best deals on offer at the Afterpay Day Sales
The Afterpay Day Sales event enables shoppers to take advantage of big discounts offered by popular brands – including P.E. Nation, Country Road, Adidas and more – and to then manage their payments with Afterpay’s four fortnightly payments.
Some of the brands involved in the Afterpay Day Sales event include:
- Big W
- Laser Clinics Australia
- Urban Outfitters
There are huge deals on everything from fashion to homewares, from beauty to technology.
We’ve rounded up the best, and we’ll keep adding to this list as more deals are announced.
The best Afterpay Day fashion deals
- ada + lou – A further 30 per cent off all sale items
- Adidas – 30 per cent off outlet and selected full price styles
- ASICS – Up to 25 per cent off selected styles online and in ASICS Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane CBD stores only
- Bailey Nelson – 20 per cent off non-prescription sunglasses with the code AFTERPAY20
- Billini – 20 per cent off full price items
- Country Road – An extra 20 per cent off already reduced items
- Gorman – 20-60 per cent off storewide
- The Iconic – 25 per cent off (from Thursday 18th 7am – Monday 22nd 11:59pm)
- Kate Spade – Up to 50 per cent off selected styles
- Modibodi – 25 per cent off Seamfree products
- The Outnet – Up to 80 per cent off clearance styles
- Pretty Little Thing – 10 per cent off (code AFTER10) from Thursday to Sunday, 15 per cent (code AFTER15) on Thursday and Friday, 6-10pm
- Tigerlily – 20 per cent off full priced items over $100
The best Afterpay Day beauty deals
- Body Blendz – 25 per cent off one-time purchases with code AFTERPAY25
- Sephora – Choose three deluxe samples when you spend a minimum $120, online and in-app
The best Afterpay Day lifestyle and tech deals
- Adairs – Up to 30 per cent off new arrivals
- Dyson – Up to 30 per cent off selected products
- Microsoft – 15 per cent off select Surface Laptop Go devices
- Samsung – Up to 20 per cent off selected products with the code AFTERPAY
Afterpay’s newest rival
Australia’s biggest bank, the Commonwealth Bank, will offer its own buy now, pay later service to customers from mid-year in a move to challenge Afterpay.
Customers can use their debit and credit cards to access the service for purchases between $100 and $1000 and pay in four fortnightly instalments.
Buy now, pay later services have proven popular with young people as they do not charge interest but instead levy late fees for missed payments.
Yet providers such as Afterpay make most of their money from the fees charged to businesses in each sale.
CBA said providers charged about four per cent, which cost businesses hundreds of millions of dollars each year.
Businesses would not pay an additional fee using its service.
Individual CBA customers must apply to use the service and will be assessed before approval.
This is not the bank’s first foray into this payment type.
CBA already has a sizeable investment in buy now, pay later provider Klarna, which is also available to people who are not customers of the bank.