Bass Pro Shops Layaway Policy: Does Bass Pro Have Layaway? Solved

Bass Pro Shops do not offer layaway in stores, online, or through its catalog, a corporate customer service representative said. There are two alternatives to layaway at Bass Pro Shops: the Bass Pro Shops CLUB Card and the Stretch Your Payments Plan.

Bass Pro Shops owns Cabela’s, which also does not have a layaway program, but does offer financing options (as previously reported).

Bass Pro Shops CLUB Card

The Bass Pro Shops CLUB Card allows customers to pay for purchases over time by purchasing items with the credit card and making monthly payments. The CLUB Card rewards include 2% cash back at Bass Pro Shops and Cabela’s and 1% for all other purchases.

Credit card purchases do accrue interest, so keep in mind that your final cost will be higher than if you had paid upfront, unless you pay the full card balance each month. For more information on the terms and fees associated with the Bass Pro Shops CLUB Mastercard, as well as how to apply, see our list of store credit cards that you can use anywhere.

Stretch Your Payments Plan

The Stretch Your Payments Plan is a limited program that Bass Pro Shops offers at select times of the year for online customers. You cannot use the Stretch Your Payments Plan for in-store, phone, or catalog orders.

The retailer offers the Stretch Your Payments Plan in partnership with Sezzle. When the plan is available, an option will appear during check-out to find out more and/or apply for Sezzle. For notification by email when the Stretch Your Payments Plan is available, you can sign up at the Bass Pro Shops website.

To qualify for Sezzle, your order must total at least $150 before shipping and taxes and after any promotional codes or gift cards. The order cannot include back-ordered items, modern firearms, or gift cards. If approved, you will be able to make four interest-free payments rather than pay in full for your purchase.

Other Stores That Do Layaway

For more information on stores that do offer layaway, including stores that sell outdoor equipment, see our list of 35+ online and local places that have layaway programs.