Question LG OLED55B7V interest free finance, 5 year warranty?

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  1. broona

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    I've been looking to buy one for ages, and I'd rather buy it on 12 months interest free if I can just to be tight...

    I see lots of places have it for £1299, a few have a £100 discount code to make it £1199, others have a free 5yr warranty, and fewer still offer it with 12 months interest free finance, I'm looking for somewhere that does all of the above, lol!

    Hughes are the only retailer I've found so far that offer everything, but then they won't deliver to my postcode, although I've emailed them to see what they can do! :(

    Can anyone point me in the direction of an alternative retailer? Thanks.
     
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    You could apply for a credit card with an interest free period on purchases and use that?
     
  3. broona

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    That's another option, cheers.
     
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    Richer sounds... do 5 or 6 yr guarantee and 6 months buy now pay later over 500 quid or 10 months over a grand ..save up and do paynent in one go add on a £ 29 settlement fee at the end.. I've done it and really has to be paid a week before to be on safe side with all Barclays procedures or they charge interest as become a loan over long periods.. handy if you want something and know you can afford it but just got alot going on at mo and don't want to lose a deal. :smashin:
     
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    Interest free credit card is definitely your best option - Most you can pay over 18-24 months. Some are 36 months
     
  6. broona

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    So it turns out that my existing empty credit card has an 18 month interest free money transfer offer on, so I'm going to withdraw cash from it to my bank account and order it from Richer Sounds tonight, perfect.
     
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    Good stuff... don't know if they do a bit better in store as when I bought my ez952 it turned out that it was cheaper in store than online.. but only thing going in store be tempting to spend more on something else like a 4k bluray player . :facepalm:
     

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