Last Updated on 08/08/2021 by GS Staff
Foot Locker Credit Card
Foot Locker does not have a credit. The retailer takes common payment methods such as Visa, Mastercard, Discover, American Express, PayPal, Google Pay, Apple Pay, debit cards, gift cards, and cash.
Klarna & Foot Locker
While Foot Locker doesn’t have their own credit card, the company does permit Klarna for payment. Klarna is similar to a credit card in that it allows the user to pay for their purchase over time.
Specifically, you shop for merchandise that totals $35.00 or more. At checkout, you select Klarna as your payment method. Klarna allows you to split your purchase into four interest-free payments. Your first payment occurs when your order ships. The remaining three installment payments are then automatically processed every two weeks.
In order to use Klarna, you will need a U.S. credit or debit card and a U.S. billing address. Klarna also requires the person making the purchase to be 18 or over and have an SMS-capable phone. All the major credit cards are accepted. Prepaid cards cannot be used with Klarna.
You should consider joining Foot Locker’s FLX rewards program. It’s free to join and can be used across the multiple brands owned by the company including Foot Locker, Lady Foot Locker, Kids Foot Locker, FootAction, Eastbay, and Champs.
The rewards program allows you to earn XPoints for shopping that can be redeemed for things like Reward Center products, Head Starts, sweepstakes, events, and more. XPoints can also be earned by completing online activities such as surveys and social media tasks.
While some exclusions apply, one of the biggest perks of FLX is free shipping for members. For comparison, non-members must spend $50 before taxes, shipping, and other related fees for the free shipping.
Visit Foot Locker’s FLX FAQ webpage for additional details. It’s worthwhile to join especially if you are a frequent Foot Locker shopper. While Foot Locker does not have a credit card, FLX Rewards provides similar benefits that potentially would be offered with a store rewards credit card.
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