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Any 32" lcd tv's on interest free credit

Discussion in 'LCD & LED LCD TVs' started by malcrice, Oct 15, 2005.

  1. malcrice

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    Hi

    Looking to buy 32" lcd in the near future and was wondering if any sites have interest free options.

    Cheers

    Malc
     
  2. smilodon

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    Try www.flatdeal.com
    12 months buy now pay later, interest free for the first 12 months.
    I havent ordered from them but may do when i decide what lcd i want
     
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    There are quite a few websites offering "buy now pay in 6,9 or 12 months time"

    The biggest supplier of the 0% finance option is a company called "able2buy" and you will see their green circular logo displayed quite prominently on the websites that have a tie up with them.
    They dont all offer 12 months though, the majority are 6 and one or two offer 9.
    You only start paying interest should you miss the date to make payment in full.
    Enabled me to buy my new Sammy and I haven't got to worry about it until next April (which ties in nicely with bonus payment time at work :D :D )
     
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    I know Miller Brothers are offering some interest free option but then you will be paying more if you get it from a shop rather than on the net.
     
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    http://www.electricshop.com/

    These have a tie up with able2buy and offer 0%

    The way it works is you order what you want in the usual way, and when you get to the checkout it will give you the option of ordering using the credit facility. This will then bring up a link to the able2buy credit facility. You fill out an "online" application form, which will then trigger an automated order confirmation from electricshop subect to finance acceptance.
    able2buy will then send you a finance document to sign, and once they receive this back (duly signed) they will authorise the retailer to dispatch the goods.
    I ordered from www.martindawes.net using this facility and the whole process, from start to finish took about 10 days.
    This also generated an "Edge" credit card which enables future purchases to be made very quickly, with a pre agreed credit limit. A few high street stores take this card, but unless the item you purchase is a large one where 0% is again being offered, the interest rate is a bit over the top.
    I don't plan to use my Edge card for any other purchases until I have paid off the balance at 0% in April, and by then there is bound to be something else that takes my fancy!!
    HTH
    Rob
     
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    Why not get a 9month 0% credit card ?...loads around.....
     
  7. domtheone

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    And then at the end, anotehr transfer to 0% (assuming there still around).

    These days, you can have as long on interest free as you like..
     
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    Most Sony Centres are offering 2 years interest free credit on plasmas and LCD's.
     
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    well some of us cant *boo hoo* *sob* :rotfl:
     
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    Sound and Vision Online offer 9 months interest via online or phone them for 12 months.

    I've received my Sharp 32" lcd from them this week :)
     

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