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Buy Now Pay Later versus credit cards: Which one is right for me?

Buy Now Pay Later versus credit cards: Which one is right for me?

The buzz around buying now and paying later is loud right now: according to Mozo’s research, 5.8 million Australians had a Buy Now Pay Later (BNPL) account in 2020. 

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3 reasons you might use Buy Now Pay Later for your Christmas shopping

As we head into October, the jolly road to Christmas is drawing into focus. And what goes hand in hand with the holidays? Gift shopping. Whether you get your Christmas shopping in early with sales like Black Friday and Cyber Monday, or you leave it to later on, now might be the time to sort out what payment method you’ll use. The key of course is making sure you don’t end up knee deep in Christmas debt, so planning early and setting a budget is always a good idea. With that in mind, one popular payment method to consider might be Buy Now Pay Later (BNPL). Mozo's 2021 Buy Now Pay Later Report found that over half of BNPL users are turning away from traditional banking options and 42% have been using BNPL for three or more years.So the question is… why might you opt for BNPL this Christmas? We’ve broken it down into three key reasons:  

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New mastercard installments takes on bnpl s big players

New ‘Mastercard Installments’ takes on BNPL’s big players

Today, payments giant Mastercard announced a new Buy Now Pay Later (BNPL) program. Challenging the likes of BNPL big players such as Afterpay, Zip, Klarna and humm as well as big banks like CommBank, Suncorp and Citi (who each offer their own BNPL options), Mastercard claims to be shaking things up. And that’s with its new program ‘Mastercard Installments’. “At the heart of it, payments come down to choice – and people want more from their money with greater flexibility and control in how they pay and where they shop,” said Mastercard’s chief product officer, Craig Vosburg. “Mastercard Installments has been built on our guiding principles to protect consumers and enable choice without sacrificing trust and security. It is a digital-focused way to pay today and tomorrow, delivered through consumer’s most trusted relationships with their banks and other lenders, at merchants of their choice.”

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