Buy Now, Pay Later with Affirm
4 biweekly, interest-free payments are automatically charged to your Visa or Mastercard debit or credit card. It's simple and quick!
WHAT IS AFFIRM?
Affirm is Canada's leading installment payment platform, providing shoppers with buy now, pay later solutions at their favourite retailers, both in-store and online.
By selecting Affirm as a payment method at checkout, customers can enjoy their purchase immediately, while spreading their payments over time.
WHY USE AFFIRM?
- No impact on credit score
- Using a Pay in 4 Affirm payment plan won't impact your credit score.
- Quick and convenient checkout
- Place your order quickly and easily by choosing Affirm as your payment choice at checkout. Simply enter a few details to complete your purchase.
- Easy Payments
- Affirm will automatically debit payments from your chosen Visa or Mastercard debit or credit card, interest-free.
HOW DO I USE AFFIRM?
Shop: Browse THYKK and add your favourite finds to your shopping cart.
Select: When you reach checkout, choose Affirm as you payment method.
Checkout: Complete your purchase and pay later in 4 equal payments.
Pay: The remaining 3 payments are charged to your debit or credit card every two weeks.
Are there requirements to use Affirm?
Yes. You'll need:
- To be 18+ years old
- To be a resident of Canada
- A Canadian Visa/Mastercard credit/debit card. Your debit card must have the Visa or Mastercard logo
- An SMS-capable Canadian phone number
- To meet the minimum cart size required to use Affirm as a payment option at checkout
How do I sign up?
If your basket is eligible for 'Pay in 4' with Affirm, the option will be presented at checkout. After confirming your phone number, you'll be sent an SMS message to confirm your identity. You'll then set up your payment method with Affirm and accept the terms of your payment plan.
Does Affirm do a credit check?
Using Pay in 4 will not affect your credit score.
How do I make payments?
At checkout, you will set up 4 convenient, automatic pre-authorized payments that debited/charged your Canadian Visa/Mastercard debit/credit card.
I still have questions.
For further information, please refer to Affirm FAQ page.