Target accepts the following Pay Later payment methods
PayLater options include AfterPay & Zip
Does Target Australia offer Afterpay?
Target currently offers Afterpay*. Other Payment Options at Target include ZipPay, Visa, Mastercard, American Express, FlyPay & PayPal (*Checked 26th February 2021)
Does Target in the United States offer Afterpay?
Target.com does not currently offer Afterpay. Looking for Afterpay stores in America? Head to PayLaterFinder.com to uncover Americas Best Retailers that have Afterpay.
Does Target Australia offer Afterpay instore?
In additional to offering Afterpay online, Target does also offer it instore. It is available on orders between $100 to $1000*. To qualify, you must be at least 18 years of age, and have a valid debit card or credit card. To signup to Afterpay, head to Afterpay.com.au
Click and Collect at Target
Target have over 300 stores across Australia and also offers Click & Collect. There is a good chance you have a Target store close to you. You may be asking, can Afterpay be used on Click and Collect? The answer is yes, as long as you qualify, Afterpay can also be used on Click and Collect purchases made via Target.com.au. Additional 'Pay Later' payment options available on Target Click & Collect include Zip Pay.
How long does Click and Collect take?
According to the information provided on Targets website, orders will typically take 3-9 business days, subject to availability. You will be notified by email and SMS when your order is ready for collection at your selected store location.
More about Target
Owned by Wesfarmers, Target is Australia's largest department store by number of store locations, with over 300 throughout the country. Specialising in a huge product range covering almost all categories, Target offer a selection of clothing, makeup and beauty products, toys and games, electronics and a whole lot more.
In 1968, Myer Emporium purchased a chain of 16 retail stores in Victoria and renamed them to "Lindsay's Target". In a short three years, the opened up additional stores in Victoria, Queensland, NSW and SA. Shortly after, in 1973, they dropped the name "Lindsays" and it became "Target", the name we know and love today. In 1982, Myer sold 14 stores to GJ Coles & Coy. Read more about Targets history at Wikipedia.
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