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SAIL Partners With PayBright to Add Buy Now, Pay Later at Checkout

SAIL Partners With PayBright to Add Buy Now, Pay Later at Checkout

SAIL, one of Canada’s biggest retailers of outdoor equipment and essentials for hiking, camping, fishing, and hunting, announced its partnership with PayBrightCanada’s leading provider of installment payment plans.

This new partnership gives SAIL’s online customers the option to buy now and pay later by selecting PayBright as their preferred payment method when they reach checkout on The popular outdoor retailer offers PayBright’s interest-free Pay in 4 plan, wherein customers can shop for their essential outdoor clothing, shoes, bags, and equipment today, while paying over time in four equal, biweekly installments. For the moment, PayBright is not available for in-store purchases.

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Buy now, pay later plans are growing in popularity among Canadians seeking more financial flexibility and an alternative to traditional credit card purchases when shopping either in-store or online. To meet this demand, PayBright offers several plans including Pay in 4 for smaller purchases, and Pay Monthly for larger-ticket items.

“Everyone has a happy place. Whether it’s your favorite camping spot, fishing pond or hunting cache, this happy place makes us feel connected. Human Happy,” said Nicolas Gaudreau, Vice-President, Marketing. “At SAIL, our goal is to equip Canadians to enjoy their happy place. And now, we are making it even easier by providing payment flexibility on”

“PayBright is thrilled to partner with SAIL and provide its Canadian customers with a flexible payment alternative that boosts the customer experience,” says Wayne Pommen, President and CEO, PayBright. “Our interest-free payment plan offers shoppers increased flexibility, in a way that is simple, understandable, and transparent. We are excited to welcome SAIL to our growing list of merchants offering Pay in 4 to Canadian customers who want and expect a pay-later option when they shop.”

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