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PayPal rolls out in nearly 2,000 Home Depot stores across the U.S.

Home Depot gets PayPal in-store payment system to nearly 2,000 retail stores across America

| Business, Financial & Legal News | Posted: Feb 29, 2012 1:25 am

Just over a month ago now, PayPal announced a small five-store pilot with The Home Depot in order to test out PayPal's in-store payment system. PayPal are now proud to announce that The Home Depot are now starting a national roll-out that will let customers pay for goods with PayPal in all of its nearly 2,000 locations nationwide.

 

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Within the fortnight, every The Home Depot store in the U.S. will allow payments from customers using a PayPal card, or mobile phone number and PIN combination. Here's some details on the rollout, and cities:

 

Starting on February 27th

 

South - Austin, Atlanta, Dallas, Miami, New Orleans, Oklahoma, Tampa/St. Petersburg

North Plains - Minneapolis, Omaha, Wisconsin, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota

 

Starting on March 2nd

 

West - Bay Area, Denver, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Phoenix, Sacramento, Salt Lake City, San Diego, Seattle

NY Metro - New York City, Long Island

North - Boston, New Jersey, New York, Philadelphia

 

Starting on March 7th

 

Mid-West - Cincinnati, Cleveland, Detroit, Ohio Valley, Pittsburgh

Mid-Atlantic - Washington D.C., Baltimore

South Atlantic - Louisville, Charlotte, South Carolina, North Carolina, Virginia, Nashville

 

Starting on March 8th

 

Central - Chicago, St. Louis

NEWS SOURCES:Thepaypalblog.com

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