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With so many buy now, pay later options available to consumers, which provider is best? And for who? When compiling this round-up of popular BNPL options, CNBC Select looked at factors like APR, late fees, available merchants, whether a credit check is performed and if the provider reports to the credit bureaus to help you determine which provider is best for you. (See our methodology for more info on how we reviewed each POS loan.)




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Affirm is a good choice because of its widespread availability: You can essentially use it on any purchase anywhere by using the Affirm website or the app. In addition to the hundreds of thousands of merchants that partner with Affirm, consumers are able to use the BNPL option at any retailer, either online or in-store, that aren't integrated with the company through Affirm's website or mobile app. Consumers will receive a single-use virtual card through the website or the app to pay for their purchases wherever they want.


Who's this for? Sezzle, a Minneapolis-based buy now, pay later provider, is best for people who want a short-term loan, no interest, no reporting to the credit bureaus and flexible payment dates. It's one of the few BNPL providers that allow customers to reschedule one payment per purchase.


Zip is connected with over 51,000 merchants globally, including Target, North Face and Wrangler. Consumers are also able to use an app or Chrome extension to make a purchase with retailers that are not integrated with Zip. Customers will receive a virtual, one-time card to fund their purchase either in-store or online.


One of the major perks of Zip is how easy it is to use at most retailers. Zip is connected to over 51,000 merchants globally, including Sears, Target, Apple, Zara and ASOS, and customers can also use the app or the browser extension to shop at retailers that are not integrated with Zip.


Whenever you use the app or the browser extension, you'll receive a virtual, one-time card to fund your purchase either in-store or online. That means you can use Zip to pay for dinner or groceries in person as well as for your online clothing orders.


PayPal 'Pay in 4', unlike the other BNPL providers on the list, doesn't have a separate app, or browser extension or website that allows consumers to use the service at online or in-store retailers not integrated with the company. PayPal does, however, have the advantage of being an established, multinational financial technology company, so it has millions of merchants available such as Uniqlo, Estee Lauder, Target and Best Buy.


When you purchase an Apple product through Best Buy, such as an iPad or MacBook, it doesn't qualify for Geek Squad protection. You'll still get the standard AppleCare limited warranty, but you'll have to find extended warranty coverage elsewhere. Luckily, Mulberry offers coverage for all Apple devices. When you shop online at Best Buy, you can add MulberryCare coverage to your Apple device purchase. Install the Mulberry extension so you'll receive alerts when your Apple devices qualify for MulberryCare coverage. You can learn more about how MulberryCare and AppleCare+ stack up here.


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In other mobile news, Facebook is rolling out a free calling option to iPhone Facebook Messenger users. Thanks to the new feature, U.S. Facebook users can make free calls to iPhone-toting friends over Wi-Fi or via a data connection.


Honey is a free mobile app and online browser extension that helps you find savings on products from over 30,000 online retailers. It first launched as an add-on extension for the Chrome web browser in 2012 and quickly grew to have more than 125,000 installs by the beginning of 2013.


In addition to providing easy access to the best coupons to help you save money, Honey also has its own free rewards program called Honey Gold. Honey Gold lets you earn rewards whenever you make a purchase at one of more than 4,000 participating online stores.


The Honey app and Honey browser extension are freely available for anyone who has a compatible internet-capable device and/or computer with a compatible web browser. Compatible web browsers include Google Chrome, Firefox, Opera, Safari, and Edge. The Honey app is available on iOS and Android devices and is currently available to only U.S. members. The Honey extension works in certain countries outside of the U.S., though.


Ibotta is a free app and browser extension that lets you earn cash back from shopping online or in-store. Use Ibotta offers online to receive cash back, use the Pay with Ibotta feature to earn cash back on in-store purchases, or add offers to your app before making in-store purchases and then submit a photo of your receipt to earn cash back.


How much you'll save with a coupon app depends on where you shop and how much you spend each year. Your savings will also depend on the app you use and how much time you're willing to devote to finding the best offers. As an example, however, the Honey app boasts an average discount of 17.92% on purchases, and they say their users receive an average annual savings of $126.


A quick privacy note: The extensions on this list work by scanning every site you visit for potential coupons, which could potentially expose you to some privacy issues. Before installing any of them, it's worth your while to check out their privacy policy.


Here at CNET, we've got our very own browser extension for Chrome that helps you get the best prices on your favorite products: CNET Shopping. Our extension uses technology previously implemented by popular services Invisible Hand and PriceBlink -- both of which are owned by CNET's parent company Red Ventures but are being phased out following CNET Shopping's launch.


Payment processing company Klarna acquired browser extension Piggy and relaunched it under the Klarna name. It still allows you to find the lowest prices available and automatically applies coupons and cash-back options at checkout. The extension works at over 20,000 online stores including Macy's, eBay, Walmart and Nike.


Honey can automatically scan for and apply eligible coupons while you shop online and track prices on items that you add to your Droplist, alerting you if they meet your desired price. It also offers a neat Amazon tool that can compare prices between Amazon-sold items and those from Amazon's third-party sellers and other online retailers, factoring in estimated shipping costs and Prime status to find the best deal.


And since Honey is owned by PayPal, as you shop using the extension you'll rack up PayPal Rewards (assuming you have a PayPal account to link with). These can be redeemed for cash, gift cards or PayPal shopping credits. While it might take a while to accrue enough PayPal Rewards to turn into something you can spend, it's another way to save on future purchases.


Available for Chrome, Firefox, Edge and Safari, the Rakuten browser extension alerts you when cash-back savings are available and saves you the detour to Rakuten's site when actively purchasing. It sometimes finds coupon codes for you as well and there are even some ways to save in-store.


Cently, formerly known as Coupons at Checkout, is a Chrome extension that finds coupon codes for thousands of online retailers and shows you the best ones at checkout. Cently also has a feature called Amazon Best Price, which tells you when a product is cheaper from another Amazon seller.


If you're an Amazon fanatic, you'll love this extension. The Amazon Assistant for Chrome is Amazon's official browser extension. It finds you the Deal of the Day, offers product and price comparisons and saves products from any website to your Amazon wish list.


Most savvy shoppers know that shopping at certain times can snag you the best deals. The Camelizer is an extension that shows you the price history of an item you're browsing on Amazon to help you decide whether to buy now or wait for a better deal. It will also send you price drop alerts via email or Twitter, and you can import your Amazon wish list so that you'll know when your heart's desire goes on sale.


Ibotta is another cash-back service with a browser extension for Chrome, Edge and Firefox. As well as getting a fraction of your online or in-store purchases back, it also has a neat ability to notify you when a product, like the Xbox Series X, PlayStation 5 or Nintendo Switch OLED are restocked, thanks to the company's acquisition of OctoShop.


RetailMeNot's Deal Finder browser extension automatically applies the best available discount codes and cash-back options at checkout. The extension is supported by more than 20,000 retailers, including Target, Macy's, Lenovo and DoorDash. CNET has been singing the tool's praises since 2010 for making online coupon hunting less annoying.


Offers.com is a place to check for special deals such as free shipping, buy-one-get-one-free and other perks that can save you money when shopping online. This Firefox extension also finds coupon codes. When it finds a code, it saves it for you and adds it to your shopping cart. The extension also opens another browser page and displays all of the sales for the site you're viewing, so you never miss a great deal.


User reviews give you an idea of the quality of a product before you buy. The problem is, many companies hire people to post good reviews for bad products on sites like Amazon. Fakespot is an extension that analyzes reviews to see which ones are baloney and which you can trust so you're less likely to waste your money on a dud.


CouponCabin is different from other money-saving browser extensions because it gives you little tips every time you do a search on Google, whether you're wanting to buy or not. Say you're Googling information on the latest Stephen King book. CouponCabin will give you a little alert in your search results that it's on sale. You can also earn 10% cash back by using this extension. 041b061a72


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