Your rate will be 0% APR or 10–30% APR based on credit, and is subject to an eligibility check. Payment options depend on your purchase amount, and a down payment may be required. Affirm loans are made by Cross River Bank, Member FDIC.
Affirm offers a better way to pay over time.
Receive and review your APR, payment structure and loan duration before you make your purchase.
No credit card required.
Create your account with just a name, email, mobile number, your date of birth and the last four digits of your Social Security number.
Prequalification won't affect your credit score.
Affirm does run a credit check on all applicants. This won't affect your current score, whether you are approved for your loan or not.
No hidden or late fees.
Affirm lets you know up front what you'll be required to pay and when.
Set up email or SMS reminders.
Receive advance notice of your upcoming payments, even when you're on the go.
Set it and forget it. Pay off your loan automatically at your convenience.
Quick and easy payment plans
Affirm offers 10%–30% APR with 3-, 6-, 12-, 18-, 24- and 36-month loan terms available. For example, a $1,000 Whirlpool® appliance purchase could cost $92.77 per month over 12 months at 20% APR.
Rates are between 10–30% APR. Subject to credit check and approval. Down payment may be required. For purchases under $149, limited payment options are available. Estimated payment amount excludes taxes and shipping fees. Affirm loans are made by Cross River Bank, Member FDIC.
Frequently asked questions
Affirm sometimes needs more information about your financial situation to evaluate your loan application. They may ask you to link your online checking account to view transaction history and balance, which helps determine your ability to repay a loan. If you are prompted to link your checking account and would like to continue with the application process, you may link your account by providing the login information for your online bank account. Affirm does not store your online banking login information — they simply pass your login credentials to your bank via a secure service linking your checking account.
Linking your checking account DOES NOT authorize Affirm to debit your account. It only allows them to determine your ability to pay.