Founded by Sam Walton in 1962 at the age of 44 in Rogers, Arkansas, Walmart has become a big multinational retail corporation in the US. The company owns chains of hypermarket across the country, lots of discount department stores, and grocery stores. As of now, they already have more than eleven thousand stores around the globe, though a lot of them operate in different names. According to Fortune, the company has already made a staggering sale of more than $500 billion and caters more than 2 million employees.
Some of the core products of Walmart are home products, clothing, electronics, and baby products. Furthermore, shopping with Walmart is easy since the company accepts different types of payment methods, including installment financing through Affirm. Groceries, gift Cards, wireless, guest orders, Everyday Living items and Marketplace items are not currently eligible to be paid for with Affirm. All items in your cart must be eligible for Affirm installment financing for the Affirm option to appear at checkout.
Does Walmart accept Afterpay?
While Afterpay users are eager to use this payment option at Walmart, Walmart does not accept AfterPay in the U.S. Plan to use Affirm when shopping at Walmart.com.
Update: Walmart now accepts Care Credit for all health and wellness purchases which includes prescription medicine, vitamins and supplements, bath and body care, hair care and baby essentials (currently in-store only).