The List of Progressive Leasing Stores: Furniture Stores, Jewelry Stores…

Progressive Leasing is a company that provides lease-to-own plans to consumers. Stores partner with Progressive so that the store itself doesn’t have to provide the financing. What makes Progressive Leasing different? Stores with traditional financing plans frequently reject customers with poor credit, but Progressive Leasing doesn’t run any credit check, so it’s easier to get a lease when the store uses Progressive’s services. Also, Progressive Leasing features early buy out options and doesn’t have as many fees as traditional plans. We have more details of how Progressive Leasing works below, plus a list of stores that use Progressive Leasing.

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How Does Progressive Leasing Work?

Progressive Leasing is a company that provides lease-to-own, rent-to-own, or rental purchase agreements to customers.

While your FICO score is not considered when applying for Progressive Leasing, you must meet certain requirements to be approved. Progressive Leasing will examine your employment history, income, and banking history, among other things. Therefore, there is no guarantee you will be approved for their leasing program.

According to the Progressive Leasing Retail Procedures, it works like this: once you’re approved, the lease is signed, and your initial payment is received, Progressive purchases the merchandise from the retailer and simultaneously leases this merchandise to you, the customer. This means that Progressive technically retains ownership until you’ve paid off the lease.

Progressive Leasing doesn’t permit retailers to charge an application fee for their services and won’t let the retailer pay any part of the initial payment. Progressive Leasing’s programs give you 90 days to pay off the purchase — often just your initial payment plus the purchase price of the item. You’ll also have buyout options for up to 12 months if you don’t pay in full within the first 90 days, but these will incur higher leasing fees.

If Progressive Leasing approves you for a greater amount than you need for your purchase, you can apply at any Progressive Leasing location to use the remainder of your originally-approved amount. However, approval is considered on a case-by-case basis and is not guaranteed.

Progressive Leasing has an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau, but quite a few negative reports from customers; most complaints stem from negative experiences with customer service or the high total cost of the lease. Like any leasing, financing, or similar program, you’ll end up paying more than if you had bought the item in full up front — more than double the item’s retail price, in some cases.

Be aware that if you have trouble making your payments on time, you can also face some consequences. If you contact the company before the missed payment’s due date, it may be willing to work out a solution with you. However, if you miss payments without notifying the company of your situation, you may default on your lease. Your account could be sent to collections, and your items could be repossessed.

Note that 90-day payoff plans with Progressive Leasing aren’t available in certain states because of state laws. If you live in Minnesota, New Jersey, Vermont, Wisconsin, or Wyoming, you will have to explore other financing options. If you live in one of these states or are not fully comfortable using Progressive Leasing at this time, see our list of stores that offer layaway for alternative purchase options.

Stores That Use Progressive Leasing

Because stores that offer Progressive Leasing don’t run a credit check, many will require some proof of income and a credit card, debit card, or active checking account to prove your creditworthiness and use for the initial payment. Here are popular department stores, electronics stores, furniture stores, jewelry stores, and tire stores that offer Progressive Leasing programs so you can make your purchase with a payment plan even with a low credit score.

Department Stores

Big Lots

  • Requirements: (1) driver’s license, (2) Social Security Number, (3) active checking account, (4) employment information, and (5) be at least 18 years of age
  • Payment Options: (1) 90-Day Payment Option; or (2) discounted early buyout at 90 days
  • Qualifying Items: Sofas, loveseats, sectionals, dining sets, mattresses, outdoor patio furniture, gazebos, umbrellas, grills, chairs, and other seasonal items. You will need to check with a Big Lots associate for specific details.
  • How to Apply: Apply online through the Big Lots Progressive Leasing page.
  • Location: Big Lots has stores in 48 states. Find your nearest store using the Big Lots store locator.
  • Shipping: Big Lots ships to all states except Alaska and Hawaii. Lower weight items are shipped USPS, but fees apply to heavier items. See more info on shipping on Big Lots FAQs page.
  • Find more information on Big Lots’ website

Conn’s Home Plus

  • Requirements: (1) government-issued photo ID, (2) a Social Security Number or ITIN, (3) credit card or debit card, (4) checking account and routing number, and (5) be at least 18 years of age
  • Payment options: (1) 90-Day Payment Option; or (2) early buyout option
  • Qualifying items: This is a lease-to-own program for appliances, electronics, furniture, mattresses, and other home goods.
  • How to apply: Apply online for a YES LEASE™ or stop by a local Conn’s HomePlus store.
  • Location: Conn’s Home Plus has stores throughout the southern and western United States. Find your nearest store using the Conn’s store locator.
  • Shipping: Conn’s does not ship outside of the 48 contiguous states and only ships packages requiring freight services in Alabama, Arizona, Colorado, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, Nevada, New Mexico, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, and Virginia. See more info on Conn’s shipping information page.
  • Find more information on Conn’s Home Plus’ website

ShopFactoryDirect.com

  • Requirements: (1) a credit or debit card, (2) checking account open for at least three months with no NSF in the last 30 days, (3) regular source of income, (4) be at least 18 years of age
  • Payment options: (1) 90-Day Payment Option where, if paid within the first 90 days, you pay only the lease amount plus the initial $49 fee; (2) Early Lease Buyout when after the initial 90 days, you can elect to pay off the remaining balance of your contract for 65% of the remaining balance; or (3) regular payments on a weekly, bi-weekly, or monthly basis for the full 12 months
  • Qualifying items: All items
  • How to apply: Apply online through ShopFactoryDirect.com’s Progressive Leasing page.
  • Location: ShopFactoryDirect.com is an online retailer
  • Shipping: Free shipping in the continental U.S., and shipping for a fee to Alaska, Hawaii, and Puerto Rico. See more info on the Shipping Policy page.
  • Find more information on ShopFactoryDirect.com

Electronics Stores

Best Buy

  • Requirements: You must be at least 18 years old in most states (19 in Alabama). You’ll also need a credit or debit card; a smartphone with internet access; routing and account numbers for an open, active checking account; and social security number or ITIN.
  • Payment options: Choose from automatic deduction from your checking account or a recurring credit card charge. Standard leases are up to 12 months, but Progressive Leasing does offer early buyout options beginning at 90 days.
  • Qualifying items: Most items, excluding delivery, installation, Geek Squad protection, Apple Care, mobile phone plans, prepaid cards, drones, self-balanced scooters, and software. Further exclusions may vary by state.
  • How to apply: Apply online or at a participating Best Buy location.
  • Location: Best Buy has stores throughout the U.S., but Best Buy’s Progressive Leasing program is not available in California, Colorado, Hawaii, Indiana, Iowa, Maine, Minnesota, Nebraska, New Jersey, New York, South Carolina, Vermont, Wisconsin, Wyoming, or Puerto Rico.
  • Shipping: Best Buy ships to all 50 states. Free shipping is available for select items, but the shipping cost is generally based on the speed of delivery and order/item size.
  • Find more information on Best Buy’s website.

Cricket Wireless

  • Requirements: (1) Social Security Number, (2) government-issued photo ID, (3) credit card or debit card, (4) active open checking account numbers, (5) source of income, (6) be at least 18 years of age
  • Payment options: Pay $50 at a participating Cricket Store and subsequent payments to Progressive Leasing. Initial payment in California may be lower. 90-Day Payment and other early buyout options available. Choose from weekly, bi-weekly, or monthly payment options. You can choose up to five phones based on your lease amount, but the first phone must cost at least $150.
  • Qualifying items: All items
  • How to apply: Apply online through the Cricket Wireless Progressive Leasing page.
  • Location: Cricket Wireless has stores and payment centers in the central and southern United States. Find your nearest store using the Cricket Wireless store locator.
  • Shipping: Cricket ships anywhere in the U.S. See more info on the Shipping and Delivery page.
  • Find more information on Cricket Wireless’ website

Furniture Stores

Atlantic Bedding and Furniture

  • Requirements: Customers need to provide: 30-day bank statement, most recent pay stub, photo ID, voided or cancelled check, copy of your last W-2
  • Payment Options: You can choose either a 90-day payment plan, where you pay the invoice amount and a $49 application processing fee within 90 days of the delivery date or the second option which is a 65% buyout option, after 90 days you may own the merchandise outright by simply paying 65% of the balance left on the account.
  • Qualifying Items: All items.
  • How to Apply: Apply in store or use their “inquire” function to about an item online request financing applications.
  • Location: Atlantic has stores in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Maryland, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, and Virginia. Find your nearest store using the Atlantic Bedding and Furniture store locator.
  • Shipping: Free delivery is available within 30 miles of any Atlantic store. If you’re more than 30 miles away, delivery may be available for a fee. See Atlantic’s delivery policy.
  • Find more information on Atlantic’s website

Art Van Furniture

  • Requirements: (1) Employed for 6 months at one company, (2) Earn $1250 per month (gross), (3) Have an open and active checking account for 3 months, (4) No excessive NSF’s or excessive overdrafts, (5) Have a $500 per month deposit history, (6) Do not have a negative balance
  • Payment Options: (1) 90-Day Payment Option, where you’ll end up paying just purchase price and application fee; or (2) 12-month payment plan with discounted early buyout options
  • Qualifying Items: All items.
  • How to Apply: Apply online with Art Van’s online application.
  • Location: Art Van has stores in Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan, and Ohio. Find your nearest store using the Art Van Furniture store locator.
  • Shipping: Free shipping to all states except Alaska and Hawaii on most items. See Art Van’s shipping policy.
  • Find more information on Art Van’s website

Gallery Furniture

  • Requirements: (1) debit or credit card information to make initial payment, (2) checking account number, (3) verifiable source of income, (4) names and contact info of two relatives not living with you
  • Payment options: (1) Make a down payment of $53 for the amount leased; (2) 90-Day Payment Option; or (3) Auto Draft Payments option
  • Qualifying items: All items with approval from $300 to $3,000
  • How to apply: Complete the Progressive Rental Application online.
  • Location: Gallery Furniture has three stores in Texas. Find your nearest store using the Gallery Furniture store locator.
  • Shipping: Gallery Furniture ships to any state other than Texas, Alaska, or Hawaii for a flat rate of $500, and shipping rates are lower in Texas.
  • Find more information on Gallery Furniture’s website

Jerome’s Furniture

  • Requirements: (1) government-issued photo ID, (2) Social Security Number or ITIN, (3) credit or debit card, (4) checking account and routing number, and (5) be at least 18 years of age
  • Payment options: (1) 90-Day Payment where if you pay the balance off within 90 days you pay only the invoice price plus the $49 initial lease payment; or (2) beyond 90 days, 12 monthly payments calculated at 2.1x the invoice total
  • Qualifying items: All items
  • How to apply: Apply online through the Jerome’s Furniture Progressive Leasing page.
  • Location: Jerome’s Furniture has several stores around California. Find your nearest store using the Jerome’s Furniture store locator.
  • Shipping: Jerome’s delivers in southern California. Find out if you are in their delivery range on the Deliveries page.
  • Find more information on Jerome Furniture’s website

Jordan’s Furniture

  • Requirements: (1) Proof of employment, (2) an active checking account, and (3) a debit or credit card to make your first payment
  • Payment options: (1) 90-Day Payment Option – pay the lease amount of your furniture or mattress purchase within 90 days of delivery and pay the initial payment of $49 and the lease amount (plus tax where applicable); and (2) 65% Buyout Option – anytime after 90 days, you can buy and own your furniture or mattress for 65% of your lease balance.
  • Qualifying items: Everything in stock
  • How to apply: Apply in store or apply online.
  • Location: Jordan’s has stores in Massachusets, Rhode Island, New Hampshire, and Connecticut. Find a Jordan’s near you.
  • Shipping: Delivery is available in New England.
  • Read more about Jordan’s Furniture SimpliFi Leasing Program

Mattress Firm

  • Requirements: (1) Social Security Number or ITIN, (2) an active checking account, open for at least three months with no overdrafts of NSF in the last 30 days, (3) steady income for at least six months, (4) deposits at least $500 per month, and (5) be at least 18 years or older
  • Payment options: (1) 90-Day Payment Option, where you pay only the invoice price plus the $50 processing fee, or (2) a 12 month pay off option where you pay 2.5 times the invoice price plus the invoice fee of $59.
  • Qualifying items: All items
  • How to apply: The application form is available online on the Approve.Me page of Mattress Firm’s website.
  • Location: Mattress Firm has locations across the US, including in Hawaii and Alaska. Find your nearest store using the Mattress Firm store locator.
  • Shipping: Shipping is available in all 50 states. For in-store purchases, next day delivery is available, and for online purchases, mattresses can be delivered in two to three days. Find more shipping info on the Mattress Firm Delivery page.
  • Find more information on Mattress Firm’s website

If none of these options work for you, there are more rent to own furniture stores (some requiring no credit check).

Jewelry Stores

Helzberg Diamonds

  • Requirements: (1) Social Security Number or ITIN, (2) credit or debit card, (3) routing and account numbers for an open and active checking account, and (4) be at least 18 years or older
  • Payment options: (1) 90-Day Payment where if you pay within 90 days you pay only the invoice amount plus your initial payment; (2) regular payments for 12 months; or (3) early buyout after 90 days
  • Qualifying items: All items
  • How to apply: No online application, call 1-800-HELZBERG to start your application
  • Location: Helzberg Diamonds has dozens of retail centers and outlet stores throughout the United States. Find your nearest store using the Helzberg Diamonds store locator.
  • Shipping: Free FedEx ground on all orders over $150 within the continental U.S. See more info on the Shipping page.
  • Find more information on Helzberg’s website

REEDS Jewelers

  • Requirements:  (1) Social Security Number or ITIN, (2) credit or debit card, (3) routing and account numbers for an active checking account, and (4) be at least 18 years or older
  • Payment options: (1) 90-Day Payment Option; (2) 12 Month Max Lease Program; or (3) Early Buyout after 90 days
  • Qualifying items: All items
  • How to apply: You need to fill out a different application if you’re making a jewelry purchase online versus in a store. Apply for Online Shopping with Progressive Leasing or In-Store Shopping with Progressive Leasing.
  • Location: REEDS Jewelers has several locations inside malls in the eastern and southern United States. Find your nearest store using the REEDS Jewelers store locator.
  • Shipping: Free shipping on all deliveries within the continental U.S., and $25 for shipments to Alaska or Hawaii. See more info on the Shipping Policy page.
  • Find more information on REEDS’ website

Online Stores

Overstock.com

  • Requirements: (1) Must be 18 years or older, (2) Valid Social Security Number or ITIN, (3) Credit or debit card, (4) Routing and account numbers for an open and active checking account
  • Payment options: 90-day payment option and other early buyout options; an initial payment of $49 will be due up front
  • Qualifying items: Qualifying items include, furniture, electronics, jewelry, appliances, etc. Extended service contracts, subscriptions or memberships, labor or installation, insurance, assembly fees, service protection plans or other non-tangible items cannot be included in the lease.
  • How to apply: Fill out an online Application, then contact the leasing agent at the number given in the application to finalize your order.
  • Location: Online only.
  • Shipping: Standard free shipping available on U.S. orders over $45 when shipping to the lower 48 states, different rates apply to Hawaii, Alaska, PO Boxes, and international orders, but they can ship there.
  • Find more information on Overstock’s website

Wheel and Tire Stores

Dan the Tire Man

  • Requirements: You must have an income of at least $1,000 per month and have an active checking account in good standing that’s been open for at least three months, and finally, have a credit card or a debit card that’s linked to your checking account.
  • Payment options: (1) 90-day option, where you pay the $49 application fee plus the invoice price, (2) pay off anytime after three months but before 12 and pay 65% of the remaining lease amount, or (3) 12-month payment plan
  • Qualifying items: All items
  • How to apply: Apply online. Once you are approved, Dan will contact you within 24 hours, help you select items, and give you a quote.
  • Location: One store Arizona
  • Shipping: Delivery is available nationwide. Call (866) 297-5948 for more info.
  • Find more information on Dan the Tire Man’s website

Need more options? See these top rent to own tire places with no credit checks.

Stores That Don’t Use Progressive Leasing

While many stores now offer leases through Progressive Leasing, there are still a number of nationwide stores that only offer traditional financing, or offer different leasing programs like WhyNotLeaseIt. The following stores do not use Progressive Leasing:

  • Costco
  • Kmart
  • Living Spaces
  • Mathis Brothers Furniture
  • Metro by T-Mobile (Formerly MetroPCS)
  • Sam’s Club
  • Sears
  • Target
  • Verizon Wireless
  • Walmart

In Summary

Progressive Leasing gives you multiple early buyout options and has fewer fees than some traditional financing programs. There’s no credit check, so these lease-to-own programs are available for those with less than perfect credit. Over 20,000 retail stores use Progressive Leasing to provide a no credit needed option to customers, and there are options available nationwide. So, don’t get discouraged if you don’t have the cash for your purchase and have been rejected for financing because of your credit score — Progressive Leasing provides you with an alternative. Just note that you shouldn’t take a lease on an item you can’t pay off and that your item will cost more than if you had purchased it outright.

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  • I live in Illinois, I was approved and was going to go shop. Your articles states that 90 day pay off is not option? In Illinois what are my options, I will not pay double or more!

    • Lindsey Desmet says:
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      Hello, Tammie! If you choose to shop with Progressive Leasing, the details of all of your repayment options will appear in your contract. The 90-day payment option is now available in Illinois; we have updated our article to reflect this change.

  • Carmia Johnson says:

    Does Living Spaces or Mathis Brothers use Progressive Leasing? I recently paid off my dining room set and used Progressive Leasing at Jerome’s, I would like to use these two stores if they offer Progressive Leasing also.

    • Lindsey Desmet says:
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      Hello, Carmia! Unfortunately, Living Spaces and Mathis Brothers Furniture do not use Progressive Leasing. Both offer financing through store credit cards backed by Synchrony Bank. We have updated our article to include this information.

    • Lindsey Desmet says:
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      Hello, Eggie! Sears does not accept Progressive Leasing but does offer a leasing program through a similar company, WhyNotLeaseIt. We have more information about this program in our related article on buy now, pay later stores. We have updated our article to include Sears on the list of stores that do not accept Progressive Leasing.

  • Why is Best Buy listed in the stores that use Progressive Leasing and also in the list of stores that do not use it?

    • Lindsey Desmet says:
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      Thank you for bringing this to our attention, David! Best Buy did not offer Progressive Leasing when the article was originally written; it was added to the list at a later date. We have confirmed that Best Buy does currently offer Progressive Leasing. We apologize for this error and have corrected our article.

  • mizzsamantha says:

    Purple mattresses can be purchased using progressive leasing they have a approve.me page to apply for it.

  • Darlene Adams says:

    Ashley Homestores, here in Jacksonville Florida also uses Progressive leasing as well. Thanks for all the information on Progressive Leasing , very helpful.

  • if i apply online do I have to get something online or can I go to the store directly to buy product?

  • If I apply online for PL do I have to choose something online or can I go to the store directly to finish the lease and another Jeweler that uses PL is Kays

  • Do they have anything in Idaho? We went thru Progressive Leasing at American Auto & Tire in Nampa, Idaho and loved it. I need a pellet stove now real bad and was wondering if anybody knows where a store is that does the leasing. Thanks

    • Kathleen Wilson says:
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      Hi CJ,
      Unfortunately, due to the volume of requests we receive, we are not able to provide information for specific location inquiries. Your best bet is to search for stores that sell pellet stoves and then inquire if they have Progressive Leasing or some other in-store financing program. For example, I did a quick search and found that Lowe’s sells pellet stoves and while it doesn’t offer Progressive Leasing, it does have its own in-store financing program with no interest if paid in full within six months. Searching this way instead of just searching for stores with Progressive Leasing may help you expand your search a bit. Best of luck!

  • 0creditscorekom says:

    I love progressive leasing, I took out a washer and dryer at best buy . No more laundromat . I did the 90 day option – will be going back thanksgiving day for my tv. Progressive leasing has really helped me furnish my first place, as i just start building credit so i was denied most cards as i have no credit history.

    • Laura Bachmann says:
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      Hi,

      Glad to hear Progressive has been useful for you! I hope our list helps you find somewhere to get anything else you need to furnish your place 🙂

      • Kathleen Wilson says:
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        Hi SMJ,
        Some people have reported individual Best Buy stores using Progressive Leasing, but this is not a store-wide policy for all locations. You’ll have to call your nearest Best Buy to see if they offer it.

    • Laura Bachmann says:
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      Hi SMJ,

      I was able to find two — Idler’s Home and US Appliance. Idler’s Home is in southern California, and US Appliance is in Michigan and offers free shipping. If you just looking for smaller appliances, the one that’s on our list that might have what you need is Big Lots.

  • Ashley furnisher Store in Manchester Ct. and Icasa furnisher store in Hartford Ct. uses progressive leasing also Puritan furnisher store in West Hartford Ct. uses progressive leasing.

    • Laura Bachmann says:
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      Hi Michelle,

      Thanks for the tip! Our future New England readers will definitely appreciate knowing about Puritan and Ikasa. We’ve reached out to Ashley’s to see if Progressive is something they offer at several locations or just their store in Manchester.

  • You all really need to get an electronic store on board with PL, that would be a great money making opportunity

  • Does Home Depot or Lowe’s accept Progressive Leasing or any other leasing company? I’m looking to purchase large appliances.

    • Kathleen Wilson says:
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      Hi Big Red,
      After searching around for a bit, it doesn’t seem like an major flooring companies use Progressive Leasing. However, some smaller flooring companies may individually use PL — see Mitchells Furniture and Flooring as an example. If you’re looking for a flooring company that offers Progressive Leasing, your best bet is to directly contact local flooring companies and see if they offer it. If not, you’ll find that many stores have their own financing programs that can help you afford the work you need to get done. Hope this helps!

  • I just discovered a charge on my bank account from progressive leasing and I did not apply or use your service. In fact, I had never heard of you before this happened. I contacted my bank and was told my checking account information was used to apply (routing number, etc.). This was definitely fraud and I have closed that account. How does progressive leasing verify identity and form of payment when applying for your credit?

    • Laura Bachmann says:
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      Hi Debra,

      Sorry to hear about this situation. Just to clarify, we’re not associated with Progressive Leasing and aren’t here to promote or demote them, we’ve just compiled a list of several stores that use them to help people who are looking for stores where they can use Progressive’s leasing program. You should contact Progressive directly to resolve this issue, here’s their contact info page.

    • Rebecca Turley says:
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      Hi Par,

      I spoke with customer service at Progressive Leasing and they said while they don’t perform a traditional credit check (you do not need good credit or any credit to qualify), they will check your employment history, income, and bank account history. Some of the reasons customers are denied include a bank account history with too many NSF or returned checks, a lack of employment history, or inadequate income. If you have further questions about why you were denied, you can contact them at 1-877-898-1970. We’ve also updated the article to reflect this information.

      • Do you need to have a certain amount of incom or your job for a certain amount of time, or so much in your bank account?

    • Kathleen Wilson says:
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      Hi Jewel,
      Thanks for this valuable information! It’s always great when our readers can provide useful information to others.

    • Laura Bachmann says:
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      Hi FB,

      I’ve looked into MetroPCS and it seems like probably used to use Progressive Leasing, but don’t anymore. There’s no information about Progressive or any other leasing or financing plans on their website. I also found some customers reporting in forums and reviews online (for example, here) that they had used Progressive Leasing programs at MetroPCS, but all of these were several years old.

        • Laura Bachmann says:
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          Hi Richard,

          Thanks for sharing. Would you mind telling us which store you went to, or which state you’re in, so we can track down progressive leasing options at MetroPCS?

        • Laura Bachmann says:
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          Hi FB and Richard,

          We looked into Metro PCS again, and were able to get in touch with them to confirm that they do not use Progressive Leasing. They do, however, use a similar financing program called SmartPay Everyday Leasing.

  • If I signed up and got approved from big lots do I have to choose big lots to make the purchase or can I go to any of the stores listed for PL?

    • Laura Bachmann says:
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      Hi Jackiee,

      If you applied through Big Lots, you’ll have to purchase at Big Lots. To purchase at a different store, you’ll have to apply through that store. This is because the plans do differ slightly from store to store and state to state, so the applications also vary slightly.

  • I just used PL for the first time, and I was very happy. If I was to purchase something else do I apply for another credit line?

    • Rebecca Turley says:
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      Hi Emma,

      Yes, you will need to apply for another line of credit if you want to purchase something else with Progressive Leasing. However, if you applied for a line of credit with a certain retailer and did not use the entire line of credit extended to you, you may be able to purchase something else without reapplying, provided it was recent (within a few days).

      • I just used Progressive Leasing for the first time few days ago. I like the convenience of the 90 day payoff option. Since my purchase is recent will I have to pay another processing fee if I want to use more of the available credit that I was approved for?

        • Laura Bachmann says:
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          Hi Tracy,

          You will probably have to pay the fee again, but you could check with the store you bought your items at to be certain. You definitely won’t be able to use the rest of the credit at a different store that uses Progressive — different stores have their own applications that vary slightly.

          • Georgiiarae says:

            That is not entirely true. I spoke with a lady today at Progressive and I have $1,000 at Wayfair to spend. If I do not spend it all I can apply at Overstock or any of their other retailers and they usually approve for the remainder of your lease amount.

          • Lindsey Desmet says:
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            Thanks for sharing your experience, Georgiiarae! You are correct — you are welcome to apply at another store if you’d like to use the remainder of your original approval amount. However, Progressive Leasing does not guarantee that the new application will be approved. We have updated our article to include this information.