It’s here!! Back to School, or as some parents call it: the most wonderful time of the year. With school comes back to school shopping. For some, the list of essentials can be overwhelming. For others, back to school shopping is like Christmas in August. But it can also be a financial strain on many. School has always been a good excuse for a new fall wardrobe for kids. Thank you QVC for sponsoring this post. While this was a sponsored opportunity from QVC, all content and opinions expressed here are my own. A Fresh year, a fresh look. QVC Qcard holders who purchase their new wardrobe with their QCard can choose to spread the cost out over 3 easy payments wit the Easy Pay Every Day option. Because none of us want to hear, “You totally ruined my life. This sweater is so last year, Mom”.
The world is changing from when we were all young, yes we’re all old now and can start calling kids “whippersnappers”, and is very technology based. Kids need computers at younger and younger ages to properly complete projects. Some schools even put text books on tablets now. These can get expensive and are a stretch for many families to afford. Luckily, for QVC Qcard holders there’s good news; The new Easy Pay Every Day option offers the ability to enjoy 3 easy payments on anything you buy with your Qcard, excluding gift cards.
There’s few that are ever as excited to start school as those heading off to college for the first time.
Personalizing your dorm room is a must. Those living off campus face the possibility of furniture shopping for the first time, mattresses, buying kitchen supplies, and most importantly for college students – a coffee maker. Overwhelming? No big deal for Qcard holders. The Easy Pay Every Day option is for all items, all the time, no extra charge, no minimum purchase (excluding gift cards). Just select the option at checkout and spread your payment over three monthly installments.
#QVC gives you more to love with the QCard. Make this back to school season the best your kids have had and the most stress free you’ve had – and splurge on a few things for yourself. Get what you love. Pay over time.