US-based outdoor sporting goods retailer Sportsman’s Warehouse has partnered with digital payment platform Sezzle to offer flexible financing options.
The partnership will enable customers of both companies to purchase outdoor gear and accessories while simultaneously building credit with on-time payments.
With Sezzle’s Buy Now Pay Later Service, customers can pay for their purchases in four instalments over six weeks without any interest or hidden fees.
This financial option enables shoppers to stick to their budget while making purchases responsibly.
Sezzle also offers a secure shopping experience to Sportsman’s Warehouse customers by protecting customer information and transactions.
Paying in instalments also enhances buying power and gives customers the opportunity to build credit scores through Sezzle Up.
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Sezzle president and cofounder Paul Paradis said: “We are excited to join forces with Sportsman’s Warehouse, a respected name in specialty outdoor retail, to introduce our flexible financing solution to their loyal customer base. This partnership reflects our dedication to delivering accessibility and convenience to shoppers while emphasizing budget-friendly spending and a responsible way to pay.”
Sportsman’s Warehouse offers equipment for hunting, fishing, camping, shooting and others.
In the second quarter of fiscal 2023, the retailer registered a net loss of $3.3m compared to a net income of $14.6m in the corresponding period of fiscal year 2022.
For the thirteen weeks ending 29 July 2023, the retailer delivered net sales of $309.5m. This is a decrease of 11.8% compared to $351.0m in the same period last year.