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Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus 0% finance 6,12,18 & 24 months and free Samsung mobile care light. £689.00

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Got an email from Samsung with this offer. It seems like a decent offer if you can't afford to pay now. This offer comes with an extra, that is the Samsung mobile care light. Samsung mobile care lig… Read More
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3w, 1d agoFound 3 weeks, 1 day ago
Got an email from Samsung with this offer. It seems like a decent offer if you can't afford to pay now. This offer comes with an extra, that is the Samsung mobile care light.

Samsung mobile care light includes:

•12 months cover for free (£50 excess applies) Edit - 12 months cover no longer aval

• Accidental damage

• Up to 2 claims per year

• Accessory cover (on everything in the box)

You will get all this 8 days before the official release date.

Offer ends 28 April 2017.

https://eu.my-samsung.com/optiext/optiextension.dll?ID=SopSj43AbECmrDcPplEmh47FAt8XFq4Otxr0R4U%2BhUtlMIU8KZK0hB5sg9CqpfyvdkmqtiafwpqU0bNnbSFQ4bDSG308n

'There is also a £30 off voucher for orders over £500 -SAMSUNGSAVE30' (Does not apply to S8 or S8 Plus)
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44 Likes
IWannaBeAdored
£700 for a phone is just madness, even if you're getting it on finance.
If you can't afford it, then don't buy it. This is how people get themselves into financial difficulties.
They'll be a newer phone in 12 months or less in any case.

It's a dangerous game telling other people how to spend their money, it's usually just best to mind your own business and not worry about anyone else's.
14 Likes
There is also a £30 off voucher for orders over £500 -SAMSUNGSAVE30
11 Likes
Not bad deal if you can afford it. Personally I am holding out for 3 months with my note 4.
I think after 3 months we can look at more affordable plans (you are paying the flagship premium). Looking for value and I think current price does not justify value.

I gave it heat but not for me.

Edited By: getharoon on Apr 08, 2017 18:31
8 Likes
All do not forget to use - SAMSUNGSAVE20
Get another £20 off!
6 Likes
What is it with people getting all protective about their phones, and critical of other brands?
If you're happy with your Apple / Samsung / LG / generic Chinese knock-off then well done... no one else cares.

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11 Likes #1
Not bad deal if you can afford it. Personally I am holding out for 3 months with my note 4.
I think after 3 months we can look at more affordable plans (you are paying the flagship premium). Looking for value and I think current price does not justify value.

I gave it heat but not for me.

Edited By: getharoon on Apr 08, 2017 18:31
2 Likes #2
Link initially took me to page with insurance included.
Now when I click insurance is £99.
1 Like #3
Sounds but but you don't own the phone do you, deal is you give one handset back and upgrade or have I got it wrong - terrible deal if you give it back.
1 Like #4
Other issue is the T&C state upgrade is not guaranteed and they can withdraw that at any time ???
3 Likes #5
obsydian
Other issue is the T&C state upgrade is not guaranteed and they can withdraw that at any time ???
OP's deal is for 6, 12, 18 or 24 months interest free credit through paypal credit.

You are referring to Samsung upgrade programme which is completely different.
#6
obsydian
Sounds but but you don't own the phone do you, deal is you give one handset back and upgrade or have I got it wrong - terrible deal if you give it back.

Nope thats the upgrade plan you are looking at. This is just simple finiance purchase via Paypal credit. You own the phone from day one, albeit you will have a debt a with paypal (essentially a virtual credit card).

Edited By: CalumH93 on Apr 08, 2017 19:08
banned#7
I saw the option but from what I know, taking out finance lowers credit score? or am I wrong? Either way I've already pre ordered via bank transfer so it's not too important, I'm not familiar with finance/loans I was just taught to use cash lol...
1 Like #8
obsydian
Sounds but but you don't own the phone do you, deal is you give one handset back and upgrade or have I got it wrong - terrible deal if you give it back.
That's the upgrade program, this is just a straight purchase with 0% finance off paypal.
3 Likes #9
TechPimp
I saw the option but from what I know, taking out finance lowers credit score? or am I wrong? Either way I've already pre ordered via bank transfer so it's not too important, I'm not familiar with finance/loans I was just taught to use cash lol...
Taking finance wont lower your credit rating. If paid on time over the term it will increase it in the long run.

Something like this is actually good for someone with limited credit history who wants to build on it.

I buy something on short term credit every couple of years. Settled accounts drop off after 6 years so its always good to have one to replace them.

Edited By: callum84 on Apr 08, 2017 19:30
#10
Is the link working for anyone? Worked for me at first but looks like an affiliate link has been added and now going to normal page.
#11
callum84
Is the link working for anyone? Worked for me at first but looks like an affiliate link has been added and now going to normal page.


I added the correct link but as usual site is playing up.
https://eu.my-samsung.com/optiext/optiextension.dll?ID=SopSj43AbECmrDcPplEmh47FAt8XFq4Otxr0R4U%2BhUtlMIU8KZK0hB5sg9CqpfyvdkmqtiafwpqU0bNnbSFQ4bDSG308n
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[i]Edited By: ktbffh on Apr 08, 2017 19:42:
1 Like #12
Not saying this is a bad deal but (It's a lot to fork out in 1 go for a phone so can understand why people would want to use this)
But How is this not cold when it is the full RRP but deals for the same phone £50 cheaper are going cold? or have the apple fan boys just not seen this deal yet? lol

Anyone who gets work perks thinking of buying this check them out first, got mine for £627
4 Likes #13
JUSTANOTHERSTAR
Not saying this is a bad deal but (It's a lot to fork out in 1 go for a phone so can understand why people would want to use this)
But How is this not cold when it is the full RRP but deals for the same phone £50 cheaper are going cold? or have the apple fan boys just not seen this deal yet? lol

Anyone who gets work perks thinking of buying this check them out first, got mine for £627


Because it enables people to get a shiny new phone without having to spend over 600 quid in one go:).
#14
ktbffh
callum84
Is the link working for anyone? Worked for me at first but looks like an affiliate link has been added and now going to normal page.
I added the correct but as usual site is playing up. https://eu.my-samsung.com/optiext/optiextension.dll?ID=SopSj43AbECmrDcPplEmh47FAt8XFq4Otxr0R4U%2BhUtlMIU8KZK0hB5sg9CqpfyvdkmqtiafwpqU0bNnbSFQ4bDSG308n
Perfect! That works again. Cheers mate.
#15
JUSTANOTHERSTAR
Not saying this is a bad deal but (It's a lot to fork out in 1 go for a phone so can understand why people would want to use this)
But How is this not cold when it is the full RRP but deals for the same phone £50 cheaper are going cold? or have the apple fan boys just not seen this deal yet? lol
Anyone who gets work perks thinking of buying this check them out first, got mine for £627
Ummm what? You must be blind not to see iPhone deals getting voted to -500. This is a different deal than $50 off. This allows to pay off the device interest free in up to 24 months.
3 Likes #16
Did this offer last year with the S7 Edge 12months interest free. Heat added.
The phone will go down in price in a few months but this is great for getting the new phone as soon as its out spreading the cost interest free.
As tempting as it is im going to stick with my S7edge (unless this deal gets the better of me like it did last time)
#17
Is anyone getting the Option when going through the PayPal Credit Option where It's not allowing you to Select the PayPal Credit Option on the PayPal Checkout? We've logged in and out so many times now and we Just can't get it to work. It's asking us to Pay the Final Amount outright on Card at £689.00 etc
1 Like #18
Marky264
Is anyone getting the Option when going through the PayPal Credit Option where It's not allowing you to Select the PayPal Credit Option on the PayPal Checkout? We've logged in and out so many times now and we Just can't get it to work. It's asking us to Pay the Final Amount outright on Card at £689.00 etc

So after doing like you did, I thought it would be applied and checked out...
Got an email stating I have been charged full price!
Opened a dispute with Samsung via Paypal and emailed Paypal as well!
#19
CalumH93
obsydian
Sounds but but you don't own the phone do you, deal is you give one handset back and upgrade or have I got it wrong - terrible deal if you give it back.

Nope thats the upgrade plan you are looking at. This is just simple finiance purchase via Paypal credit. You own the phone from day one, albeit you will have a debt a with paypal (essentially a virtual credit card).


thanks corrected
#20
Marky264
Is anyone getting the Option when going through the PayPal Credit Option where It's not allowing you to Select the PayPal Credit Option on the PayPal Checkout? We've logged in and out so many times now and we Just can't get it to work. It's asking us to Pay the Final Amount outright on Card at £689.00 etc
Worked for me.

Chose 6 month option, transfered to paypal to apply, got credit limit then transfered back to samsung to confirm order. At final stage I think it showed full amount but somehere on page said paypal credit.
Page crashed while waiting for confirmation but came through by email.

Edited By: callum84 on Apr 08, 2017 21:25
#21
mbd
Marky264
Is anyone getting the Option when going through the PayPal Credit Option where It's not allowing you to Select the PayPal Credit Option on the PayPal Checkout? We've logged in and out so many times now and we Just can't get it to work. It's asking us to Pay the Final Amount outright on Card at £689.00 etc
So after doing like you did, I thought it would be applied and checked out...
Got an email stating I have been charged full price!
Opened a dispute with Samsung via Paypal and emailed Paypal as well!


Turns out there some sort of issue with PayPal Credit on my partners account. It won't let you select the Option on the Final Checkout to Change Funding Source to PayPal Credit. The Option just simply isnt there. I tested it on my own paypal and the option appears fine as PayPal Credit. Calling PayPal to Resolve it as this wasn't working the other day either.
1 Like #22
Marky264
mbd
Marky264
Is anyone getting the Option when going through the PayPal Credit Option where It's not allowing you to Select the PayPal Credit Option on the PayPal Checkout? We've logged in and out so many times now and we Just can't get it to work. It's asking us to Pay the Final Amount outright on Card at £689.00 etc
So after doing like you did, I thought it would be applied and checked out...
Got an email stating I have been charged full price!
Opened a dispute with Samsung via Paypal and emailed Paypal as well!
Turns out there some sort of issue with PayPal Credit on my partners account. It won't let you select the Option on the Final Checkout to Change Funding Source to PayPal Credit. The Option just simply isnt there. I tested it on my own paypal and the option appears fine as PayPal Credit. Calling PayPal to Resolve it as this wasn't working the other day either.

Just tried it on my laptop instead of phone and works ok....
1 Like #23
Highly priced. Same spec phones are selling 1/2 of the price. Cold.
8 Likes #24
All do not forget to use - SAMSUNGSAVE20
Get another £20 off!
#25
mbd
All do not forget to use - SAMSUNGSAVE20
Get another £20 off!
Damn!
#26
callum84
mbd
All do not forget to use - SAMSUNGSAVE20
Get another £20 off!
Damn!

Cancel and re-order, they do not take payments until release date
#27
Cheers just ordered with the £20 off voucher but I selected the 24 month option on the Samsung page but PayPal only offered 4 months 0% for some reason.
14 Likes #28
There is also a £30 off voucher for orders over £500 -SAMSUNGSAVE30
#29
HUKDroid
There is also a £30 off voucher for orders over £500 -SAMSUNGSAVE30
Thanks
#30
those codes didn't work for me (:
#31
Still think a conventional sub £45 contract is better especially those taking a 24 1mth Finance deal. You pay what £33 odd a month for the phone then have to go do some cashback SIM only deal for say £10. Just hassle and at the moment even Vodapoo do 24Gb.
#32
Order placed but both voucher codes did not work for me, ah well. Now to search for a good sim only deal.
#33
Will I be able to take the s8+ on flights as per the new rules ?
#34
JUSTANOTHERSTAR
Not saying this is a bad deal but (It's a lot to fork out in 1 go for a phone so can understand why people would want to use this)
But How is this not cold when it is the full RRP but deals for the same phone £50 cheaper are going cold? or have the apple fan boys just not seen this deal yet? lol
Anyone who gets work perks thinking of buying this check them out first, got mine for £627

Is there more than one Perk/Business offer company for Samsung? My employer is part of the Samsung EPP, but it's not giving me any discount on the RRP for either of the phones. The best I could manage through work perks would be an 8% saving if I waited and bought it outright from Currys/Argos after release.
1 Like #35
mercslkman
those codes didn't work for me (:
Make sure you use caps
#36
"We're sorry, but PayPal Credit isn't available for this purchase". Doh!

Edited By: Houstieboy on Apr 09, 2017 09:56
#37
Ordered at 12 months 0% with the insurance free using the £30 off code. Thanks!
#38
Houstieboy
mercslkman
those codes didn't work for me (:
Make sure you use caps
I did mate but it keeps saying error validating code, will try when I get home from work
#39
bazcab
JUSTANOTHERSTAR
Not saying this is a bad deal but (It's a lot to fork out in 1 go for a phone so can understand why people would want to use this)
But How is this not cold when it is the full RRP but deals for the same phone £50 cheaper are going cold? or have the apple fan boys just not seen this deal yet? lol
Anyone who gets work perks thinking of buying this check them out first, got mine for £627
Is there more than one Perk/Business offer company for Samsung? My employer is part of the Samsung EPP, but it's not giving me any discount on the RRP for either of the phones. The best I could manage through work perks would be an 8% saving if I waited and bought it outright from Currys/Argos after release.

I got 9% through Argos, had to go in store to pre-order but it'll be delivered April 20th :)
#40
callum84
TechPimp
I saw the option but from what I know, taking out finance lowers credit score? or am I wrong? Either way I've already pre ordered via bank transfer so it's not too important, I'm not familiar with finance/loans I was just taught to use cash lol...
Taking finance wont lower your credit rating. If paid on time over the term it will increase it in the long run.
Something like this is actually good for someone with limited credit history who wants to build on it.
I buy something on short term credit every couple of years. Settled accounts drop off after 6 years so its always good to have one to replace them.
It is a finance deal, even if its 0% interest, and will result as a hard search on your credit file. It may have a small effect, though if you have applied for other credit recently, including switching banks, switching utilities (for some companies), or switched mobile providers (some companies) you may already have recent hard searches and so it would have a bigger effect. However your score is only seen by you and not by those you want credit from.

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