Well, SearsVacations.com is making it possible now, one payment at a time. You can now put your vacation on layaway. The site boasts ’100 Vacations for less than $399′. Options include cruises, romantic getaways and family vacations all over the world. Under ‘layaway’, it requires you to call for specifics, but Yahoo Finance reported customers are required to put down at least 10% for their vacation package and can then determine their own payment options.
Of course, the trip must be paid off before they go.
When I stopped by, they ‘were experiencing higher traffic than normal’…. as you can see from the screenshot of the site.
I would be nervous about paying into a layaway plan for a vacation…. what if I needed that money and it was invested in a layaway I cannot access and cannot complete? I would have to divert funds and would potentially be out that money. Makes me nervous for such a big event.
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Screenshot courtesy of SearsVacations.com (wanted to show you the higher traffic