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October 3, 2013

Help out Santa Claus with fee-free Exchange layaway

Holiday shoppers can keep their loved ones’ gifts out of sight and under wraps until the time is right thanks to the return of the Army & Air Force Exchange Service’s fee-free layaway plan.

Through Dec. 24, the Davis-Monthan Exchange will waive the $3 processing fee for all layaway purchases. Improving on the Exchange’s year-round layaway program, from Nov. 1 through Dec. 16, shoppers can put computers, laptops, notebooks and tablets on layaway (Nov. 29-30 excluded).

“With the Exchange’s holiday layaway plan, shoppers can ensure the most popular gifts are ready and waiting when it’s time to take them home,” said the Davis-Monthan Exchange’s General Manager Cathy J. Ely. “Nothing says ‘happy holidays’ like no fees and a customized payment plan, thus allowing shoppers to better manage their budgets.”

A deposit of only 15 percent is required when starting the layaway process. Shoppers can visit customer service for complete program details and eligibility information.




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