Need some new power equipment, but don't have the cash-on-hand to pay for it today?
At Power Equipment Direct, you can now finance your entire order and pay for it a little at a time.
There are a couple of different options to choose from, so no matter what you're looking to get, we've got you covered. Determine which option works best for you, follow the instructions given, and place your order. It's that easy.
Synchrony Financial With a minimum purchase amount of $1,000, you can finance purchases from Ariens, Husqvarna, or Briggs & Stratton (Simplicity and Snapper). Synchrony will also charge a documenting fee of up to $150.
If you already have a Synchrony card, you just need to call and place your order by phone during our regular business hours. You cannot place your order online because each order through Synchrony Financial must be approved by a member of our sales team. They can explain the terms of the financing program to you at that time.
If you don't have a Synchrony Financial card, you can apply for a brand-specific Synchrony Financial card.
Financing with Affirm Affirm allows orders of $249 and higher to be financed. Just shop and add a total of $249 or more worth of merchandise to your shopping cart, select Affirm as your payment option, and follow the instructions.
You must be 18 years of age or older, have a valid U.S. or APO/FPO/DPO mailing address, and provide some other information for approval.
With Affirm, you can buy and receive your purchase now, and then pay for it in fixed monthly installments over the course of three, six, or twelve months.
Toro Financing Power Equipment Direct and Toro have teamed up to offer special customer financing on Toro branded power equipment.
Purchasing Toro products couldn't be easier. Simply apply online and in seconds, you'll be on your way to getting your equipment. The next time you use your Toro power equipment, you'll have to keep from smiling!
Several special financing offers are available. A Major Purchase Plan fee may be applied to certain financing purchase plans.