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November 9, 2012

Base Exchange offers fee-free holiday layaway

A good program just got better as the Luke Air Force Base Exchange holiday layaway program is now fee-free. Shoppers simply select their gifts for layaway and stop by customer service to complete the layaway process.

“Fee-free” means that while the Luke AFB Exchange collects an initial $3 processing fee for new layaways that amount is returned to customers, via an Exchange Merchandise Gift Card, upon final payment and pick up of their items.

In addition, toy layaway will be extended through Dec. 23. Gifts are safely out of sight until final payment and pick up just before Christmas. Also, Nov. 1 through Dec. 16, Luke AFB shoppers can place computers, laptops, iPads and netbooks on layaway.

“The Luke AFB Exchange continues to beat the competition when it comes to selection, service and value,” said Pete Alaniz, Base Exchange general manager. “Other retailers charge as much as $15 for layaway. Our program saves shoppers money.”

A deposit of only 15 percent is required when starting the layaway process. Customer service can provide additional program details and eligibility.

To take advantage of holiday layaway and extended layaway for toys, visit the Luke AFB Exchange.

 

 




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