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Started in May 1999, Progressive Leasing has been going strong for 19 years now. Progressive Leasing’s mission is to provide consumers a virtual lease-to-own service, especially those who have been turned down by primary and secondary financing. Moreover, the company doesn’t require anyone to have a good credit score to avail of their service, and one can even purchase without paying upfront. With this, they have helped millions of people to get what they need easily.

Currently, Progressive Leasing has over 30,000 retail partners where their clients can choose lease-to-own as payment options if they’re going to purchase expensive items such as furniture, appliances, electronics, and even jewelry. However, one may need to download their app to qualify and use their service.

How Progressive Leasing Works

With over 30,000 retail locations, you can choose our lease-to-own solution on items such as appliances, furniture, jewelry, electronics, mobile devices, mattresses and more.

  • Once approved – Go shopping for leasable items at your store of choice.
  • Approvals are good for up to 90 days.
  • If you need to step away for any reason you can resume your application or finalize your lease at any time.
  • Our application process is tailored for those with less-than-perfect credit, meaning our decision to approve you for a lease is based on more than simply your credit score.

Stores that Accept Progressive Leasing

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Best Buy
Founded in 1966, Best Buy. is a multinational consumer electronics retailer in the US. Originally it was named 'Sound of Music' but re-branded to Best Buy to cater to more types of consumers. Best Buy products mostly include all kinds of consumer electronics together with a variety of related merchandise such as computer software, popular video games, music, smartphones, digital ...
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Cricket Wireless
Cricket Wireless, LLC started in March 1999 but was acquired by AT&T in March 2014. Before the acquisition, Cricket Wireless already had 4.5 million subscribers. Today, it provides wireless services to more than 10 million people in the United States. The company provides 4G LTE across most of the country and offers multiple plans for basic mobile devices and smartphones ...
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GameStop is the world's largest retail gaming destination for Xbox One X, PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch games, systems, consoles & accessories. GameStop offers layaway on some game systems with a $25 deposit and no service fees. Once approved, Layaway will provide funds that you can use to start shopping at GameStop and make installment payments until your purchase is paid ...
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Kay Jewelers has been symbolizing love and gratitude since 1916. The company started selling music boxes, eyeglasses, silverware, appliances, and razors among the gifts of jewelry and has grown quite a bit over time since then. The company now has more than 1,000 stores across the US and continues to provide elegant, affordable, and accessible jewelry to all. Moreover, they ...
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Overstock
Overstock.com, Inc. is an online shopping retailer based in Salt Lake City, Utah that sells a broad range of products at low prices including furniture, rugs, bedding, electronics, clothing, and jewelry. Worldstock.com is a fair trade department dedicated to selling artisan-crafted products from around the world whereas Main Street Revolution supports small businesses across the U.S. by providing them a ...
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Founded by Bill and Roberta Zimmer in Wilmington, North Carolina in 1946, REEDS Jewelers is a well-known retail jewelry company in the US. The company mostly sells different precious gems, diamonds, fine jewelry, branded watches, Swarovski crystal, Pandora charms, and various types of jewelry accessories. In May 2008, Reeds Jewelers was listed as the ninth largest North American Retail Jewelry ...
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