Air Force

December 2, 2016
 

D-M Exchange expands layaway to include laptops, computers

Courtesy of AAFES

The Army & Air Force Exchange Service is making it easier for military shoppers to keep in-demand gifts hidden away until the big day by extending fee-free layaway to computers, notebooks and laptops for a limited time.

From now through Dec. 14, Davis-Monthan Exchange shoppers can use layaway to hold computers, notebooks, tablets and iPads — items that are not typically eligible for the program. The $3 layaway fee will be waived as well.

“Computers, notebooks and laptops are popular gifts, and the Exchange’s layaway program keeps these purchases safely tucked away from prying eyes this holiday season,” said Jane McClintock, Exchange operation manager.

A deposit of 15 percent is required to hold items on layaway. Shoppers can visit customer service at the Davis-Monthan Exchange for complete details.




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