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Best place to get a big tv via finance online only?

fattyuk Avatar
1y, 9m agoPosted 1 year, 9 months ago
Im after somewhere i can get finance for a tv, online?

im after a decent tv (65+ 4k curved)

any ideas? im googling it but cant find any where that is online only?

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fattyuk Avatar
1y, 9m agoPosted 1 year, 9 months ago
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Buy it and transfer it to a credit card with 0% interest free credit for 15 months or so.

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#1
Currys/pcworld
#2
Buy it and transfer it to a credit card with 0% interest free credit for 15 months or so.
#3
Finance on a TV. Only in England.
#4
How about living within your means?
#5
aym280
How about living within your means?

I am actually :) decided not to go to vegas this year for the first time in 8 year, fancy treating myself to a new tv (it has been 2 years since my last one!) :) just had a pay rise and dont need a loan as ill borrow more than what i need - is this ok with you??

kester76
Buy it and transfer it to a credit card with 0% interest free credit for 15 months or so.
cornishjones
Finance on a TV. Only in England.

@kester76 looks like thats my best option, can just pay off £500 a month for the next 4 months :)

"Finance on a TV. Only in England" - you make it sound as if im wanting to pay £2.69 a week out of my dole money lol - i TAKE home almost £2400 a month thank you ( and thats without my payrise ive just had!) :) and work my **** off for it


Edited By: fattyuk on Feb 06, 2015 21:21
#6
cornishjones
Finance on a TV. Only in England.

slightly jealous by any chance?

http://www.hotukdeals.com/ask/which-plasma-1861671
#7
fattyuk
aym280
How about living within your means?
I am actually :) decided not to go to vegas this year for the first time in 8 year, fancy treating myself to a new tv (it has been 2 years since my last one!) :) just had a pay rise and dont need a loan as ill borrow more than what i need - is this ok with you??
kester76
Buy it and transfer it to a credit card with 0% interest free credit for 15 months or so.
cornishjones
Finance on a TV. Only in England.
@kester76 looks like thats my best option, can just pay off £500 a month for the next 4 months :)
"Finance on a TV. Only in England" - you make it sound as if im wanting to pay £2.69 a week out of my dole money lol - i TAKE home almost £2400 a month thank you ( and thats without my payrise ive just had!) :) and work my **** off for it

You'll get a nice TV for £2k but this is what you want http://www.techradar.com/reviews/audio-visual/televisions/lg-77eg9900-4k-flexible-oled-tv-1279555/review give it ten years and you'll probably be picking these up for around £400 :(
#8
kester76
fattyuk
aym280
How about living within your means?
I am actually :) decided not to go to vegas this year for the first time in 8 year, fancy treating myself to a new tv (it has been 2 years since my last one!) :) just had a pay rise and dont need a loan as ill borrow more than what i need - is this ok with you??
kester76
Buy it and transfer it to a credit card with 0% interest free credit for 15 months or so.
cornishjones
Finance on a TV. Only in England.
@kester76 looks like thats my best option, can just pay off £500 a month for the next 4 months :)
"Finance on a TV. Only in England" - you make it sound as if im wanting to pay £2.69 a week out of my dole money lol - i TAKE home almost £2400 a month thank you ( and thats without my payrise ive just had!) :) and work my **** off for it
You'll get a nice TV for £2k but this is what you want http://www.techradar.com/reviews/audio-visual/televisions/lg-77eg9900-4k-flexible-oled-tv-1279555/review give it ten years and you'll probably be picking these up for around £400 :(


whatever i buy will be old rope in 6 months time! lol

thanks for all you help :)
#9
fattyuk
kester76
fattyuk
aym280
How about living within your means?
I am actually :) decided not to go to vegas this year for the first time in 8 year, fancy treating myself to a new tv (it has been 2 years since my last one!) :) just had a pay rise and dont need a loan as ill borrow more than what i need - is this ok with you??
kester76
Buy it and transfer it to a credit card with 0% interest free credit for 15 months or so.
cornishjones
Finance on a TV. Only in England.
@kester76 looks like thats my best option, can just pay off £500 a month for the next 4 months :)
"Finance on a TV. Only in England" - you make it sound as if im wanting to pay £2.69 a week out of my dole money lol - i TAKE home almost £2400 a month thank you ( and thats without my payrise ive just had!) :) and work my **** off for it
You'll get a nice TV for £2k but this is what you want http://www.techradar.com/reviews/audio-visual/televisions/lg-77eg9900-4k-flexible-oled-tv-1279555/review give it ten years and you'll probably be picking these up for around £400 :(
whatever i buy will be old rope in 6 months time! lol
thanks for all you help :)
Your welcome.
Part of me loves cutting edge stuff but the retro side misses a good old CRT with scan lines and motion blur for old skool gaming :(
#10
Very.com have 12 months interest free deferred payment. 8) 10% off for new customers and TCB.

Edited By: dereklogan7 on Feb 06, 2015 22:22
#11
fattyuk
aym280
How about living within your means?
I am actually :) decided not to go to vegas this year for the first time in 8 year, fancy treating myself to a new tv (it has been 2 years since my last one!) :) just had a pay rise and dont need a loan as ill borrow more than what i need - is this ok with you??
kester76
Buy it and transfer it to a credit card with 0% interest free credit for 15 months or so.
cornishjones
Finance on a TV. Only in England.
@kester76 looks like thats my best option, can just pay off £500 a month for the next 4 months :)
"Finance on a TV. Only in England" - you make it sound as if im wanting to pay £2.69 a week out of my dole money lol - i TAKE home almost £2400 a month thank you ( and thats without my payrise ive just had!) :) and work my **** off for it

I bought a TV on a credit card and paid it all when it was due. I wish I had done some research. My next TV, if I am going to buy any that is, will be a smart TV with TV input and output, probably touch screen and LED. I think I will just end up with an Apple biggest screen as I don't watch live TV. As some people suggest, you could do stoozing ie. transfer to a credit card account which has the longest term and charges least for transfer. I always got those through the post, which I think is the cause of our bust and bloom. Each to his own! :D
#12
fattyuk
aym280
How about living within your means?
I am actually :) decided not to go to vegas this year for the first time in 8 year, fancy treating myself to a new tv (it has been 2 years since my last one!) :) just had a pay rise and dont need a loan as ill borrow more than what i need - is this ok with you??
kester76
Buy it and transfer it to a credit card with 0% interest free credit for 15 months or so.
cornishjones
Finance on a TV. Only in England.
@kester76 looks like thats my best option, can just pay off £500 a month for the next 4 months :)
"Finance on a TV. Only in England" - you make it sound as if im wanting to pay £2.69 a week out of my dole money lol - i TAKE home almost £2400 a month thank you ( and thats without my payrise ive just had!) :) and work my **** off for it

Samsung UE55H6800 Curved LED HD 1080p 3D Smart TV, 55" with Freeview £899.00 @ John Lewis

Don't know if it is 4k though! It has most of your prerequisites, apart from the 4k?? Make sure you are not burgled though! Burglars can carry it off very easily, unlike my plasma Panny which is a bit of rubbish!
#13
aym280
fattyuk
aym280
How about living within your means?
I am actually :) decided not to go to vegas this year for the first time in 8 year, fancy treating myself to a new tv (it has been 2 years since my last one!) :) just had a pay rise and dont need a loan as ill borrow more than what i need - is this ok with you??
kester76
Buy it and transfer it to a credit card with 0% interest free credit for 15 months or so.
cornishjones
Finance on a TV. Only in England.
@kester76 looks like thats my best option, can just pay off £500 a month for the next 4 months :)
"Finance on a TV. Only in England" - you make it sound as if im wanting to pay £2.69 a week out of my dole money lol - i TAKE home almost £2400 a month thank you ( and thats without my payrise ive just had!) :) and work my **** off for it
Samsung UE55H6800 Curved LED HD 1080p 3D Smart TV, 55" with Freeview £899.00 @ John Lewis
Don't know if it is 4k though! It has most of your prerequisites, apart from the 4k?? Make sure you are not burgled though! Burglars can carry it off very easily, unlike my plasma Panny which is a bit of rubbish!

cheers for all your suggestions decided to go for a sony 4k 65 for £2100

:)
#14
fattyuk
aym280
fattyuk
aym280
How about living within your means?
I am actually :) decided not to go to vegas this year for the first time in 8 year, fancy treating myself to a new tv (it has been 2 years since my last one!) :) just had a pay rise and dont need a loan as ill borrow more than what i need - is this ok with you??
kester76
Buy it and transfer it to a credit card with 0% interest free credit for 15 months or so.
cornishjones
Finance on a TV. Only in England.
@kester76 looks like thats my best option, can just pay off £500 a month for the next 4 months :)
"Finance on a TV. Only in England" - you make it sound as if im wanting to pay £2.69 a week out of my dole money lol - i TAKE home almost £2400 a month thank you ( and thats without my payrise ive just had!) :) and work my **** off for it
Samsung UE55H6800 Curved LED HD 1080p 3D Smart TV, 55" with Freeview £899.00 @ John Lewis
Don't know if it is 4k though! It has most of your prerequisites, apart from the 4k?? Make sure you are not burgled though! Burglars can carry it off very easily, unlike my plasma Panny which is a bit of rubbish!
cheers for all your suggestions decided to go for a sony 4k 65 for £2100:)

Don't tweet when you go to Las Vegas! Or you will be like Ricky Hatton, burgled! Only brag about it when you are home! Can you surf the internet on this TV? I have a 42" Panny sitting here doing nothing. One good thing is that it is too heavy to be lifted. My next door neighbour but one was burgled. Two houses burgled near me from Christmas to two days ago. Scum around!

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