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0% Interest for 12 Months on £99+ Purchases when using Paypal Credit @ eBay
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0% Interest for 12 Months on £99+ Purchases when using Paypal Credit @ eBay

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Posted 18th Nov

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New 0% interest offer for 12 months Paypal credit that has just gone live, applicable on £99+ purchases. Runs until 2nd December, so good for the Black Friday period. Typically you can't combine this credit offer with eBay discount codes. To keep the 0% offer you need to ensure you keep up with minimum payments and stay within your credit limit.


*Subject to status. Terms and Conditions apply. 0% Interest for 12 months with a minimum spend of £99 or more, available for eligible purchases from 00:01am GMT 18 November until 11:59pm GMT 2 December 2019. After this time, the offer reverts back to the standard 0% Interest for 4 months for all purchases of £99 or more. UK residents only. To maintain an offer, you must keep up your minimum payments and
stay within your credit limit. Figures may change if you modify your order.


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What is PayPal credit?
Think of it as credit without a card. If approved, you'll get a credit line in your Paypal account that can be used straight away. This could be to access monthly instalment offers, or just to use as one of your payment options for eBay purchases.

What happens if I have more than one item in my basket?
If you are using an instalment or other promotional offer, this offer applies to the total purchase amount including postage and packaging so you can have as many items in your basket as you like. If the seller ships some of your items before others, Paypal credit may split your instalment or promotional offer on a per-item basis. The purchase amount and monthly instalment amount may change if you or the seller amend your oder, such as adding additional delivery charges or applicable taxes.

How do I make payments?
You can make a one-off repayment from your bank account, debit card or PayPal balance at any time, either online or by calling PayPal Customer Service. Alternatively, you can set up monthly Direct Debit payments from a bank account you've linked to your PayPal account. To set up Direct Debit payments, log in to your PayPal account and follow the instructions on the Make a Payment page. For more information, call PayPal Credit Customer Service on 0800 368 7155.

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KingOfKingsYNWA18/11/2019 11:33

Oi me and the op are good friends like a few other editors/mods, maybe you …Oi me and the op are good friends like a few other editors/mods, maybe you wanna try being a friendly person instead of your snide comments!



I take it back - you are good at jokes.
Inb4 the loan police.
chapchap18/11/2019 11:35

If my memory servers me right( and it may not be!) you couldn't use this …If my memory servers me right( and it may not be!) you couldn't use this free credit with any codes i.e. i couldn't use a previous 10/15/20% off code and take up this 0% credit.


gren0518/11/2019 11:37

I just bought Iphone using Paypal Credit & you cannot use the Ebay …I just bought Iphone using Paypal Credit & you cannot use the Ebay discount code with 12 months 0% ....but you can use ebay code with 4 months 0% credit.....


I think you can “glitch” it sometimes into allowing you. You have to enter the code first before signing into Paypal Credit. I just tried it now and it appears to have worked.

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That's handy - heat added
What you buying me?
Inb4 the loan police.
Nice! Need a nice iPhone deal to pair this with
merb078618/11/2019 11:31

Some better jokes


Oi me and the op are good friends like a few other editors/mods, maybe you wanna try being a friendly person instead of your snide comments!
KingOfKingsYNWA18/11/2019 11:33

Oi me and the op are good friends like a few other editors/mods, maybe you …Oi me and the op are good friends like a few other editors/mods, maybe you wanna try being a friendly person instead of your snide comments!



I take it back - you are good at jokes.
If my memory servers me right( and it may not be!) you couldn't use this free credit with any codes i.e. i couldn't use a previous 10/15/20% off code and take up this 0% credit.
I just bought Iphone using Paypal Credit & you cannot use the Ebay discount code with 12 months 0% ....but you can use ebay code with 4 months 0% credit.....
gren0518/11/2019 11:37

I just bought Iphone using Paypal Credit & you cannot use the Ebay …I just bought Iphone using Paypal Credit & you cannot use the Ebay discount code with 12 months 0% ....but you can use ebay code with 4 months 0% credit.....


Hopefully it was a @MrSwitch deal or there'll be murder!
It was the Iphone x through Music magpie
Hot, get myself a crafty present doing this each year. What to get though lol!
Edited by: "Stormpooper" 18th Nov
gren0518/11/2019 11:37

I just bought Iphone using Paypal Credit & you cannot use the Ebay …I just bought Iphone using Paypal Credit & you cannot use the Ebay discount code with 12 months 0% ....but you can use ebay code with 4 months 0% credit.....



Yeah, it's a bit tight doing that if you ask me, I have had it before - still bought it though.
Do you have to apply for this on Paypal first or is it something that you click on at the ebay checkout?
chapchap18/11/2019 11:35

If my memory servers me right( and it may not be!) you couldn't use this …If my memory servers me right( and it may not be!) you couldn't use this free credit with any codes i.e. i couldn't use a previous 10/15/20% off code and take up this 0% credit.


gren0518/11/2019 11:37

I just bought Iphone using Paypal Credit & you cannot use the Ebay …I just bought Iphone using Paypal Credit & you cannot use the Ebay discount code with 12 months 0% ....but you can use ebay code with 4 months 0% credit.....


I think you can “glitch” it sometimes into allowing you. You have to enter the code first before signing into Paypal Credit. I just tried it now and it appears to have worked.

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For me It has always worked with the discount code.. It firstly suggest to remove the discount code but when you login in to PayPal and go back to ebay it still deduct the discount code and shows the discounted price.. As suggested by @Biddy2
Biddy218/11/2019 11:58

I think you can “glitch” it sometimes into allowing you. You have to enter …I think you can “glitch” it sometimes into allowing you. You have to enter the code first before signing into Paypal Credit. I just tried it now and it appears to have worked. [Image]


...doesn't work for me, damn

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BS_Man18/11/2019 12:10

...doesn't work for me, damn [Image]


Click ok. It should still work. I get the same message.
Biddy218/11/2019 12:33

Click ok. It should still work. I get the same message.


...tried, it didn't, could only choose 4 month at 0% deal, which is pain in an arse deal to oversee
I'm getting offers from eBay to sell for max commission of £1 (I'm not planning to do it so I didn't read the full terms).

So if I sell a random token item for £1000 & a mate does the same, & we both buy each other's items.

This could be two £1000 loans over a year costing £1 esch (& the repayments).
Edited by: "ibiza" 18th Nov
Biddy218/11/2019 11:58

I think you can “glitch” it sometimes into allowing you. You have to enter …I think you can “glitch” it sometimes into allowing you. You have to enter the code first before signing into Paypal Credit. I just tried it now and it appears to have worked. [Image]


If true then i'm getting a new mobo bundle when the enxt proper 20% eBay voucher is released
ibiza18/11/2019 13:35

I'm getting offers from eBay to sell for max commission of £1 (I'm not …I'm getting offers from eBay to sell for max commission of £1 (I'm not planning to do it so I didn't read the full terms).So if I sell a random token item for £1000 & a mate does the same, & we both buy each other's items.This could be two £1000 loans over a year costing £1 esch (& the repayments).


minus paypal fees too.
ibiza18/11/2019 13:35

I'm getting offers from eBay to sell for max commission of £1 (I'm not …I'm getting offers from eBay to sell for max commission of £1 (I'm not planning to do it so I didn't read the full terms).So if I sell a random token item for £1000 & a mate does the same, & we both buy each other's items.This could be two £1000 loans over a year costing £1 esch (& the repayments).


Don't forget paypal selling fee (3.4% + 20p).
Edited by: "Add_to_Basket" 18th Nov
If I've signed already for the 4 months interest free but never used it, can I change to this instead? Has anyone tried this? Thanks and voted hot!
Makes "an" 11 Pro Max 256gb a little easier on the pocket I guess... 😏
Add_to_Basket18/11/2019 13:59

Don't forget paypal selling fee (3.4% + 20p).


To bilbob too

Sorry, I've not received money on PayPal in years & thought fees for non commercial accounts had ended.

Imagine thinking someone was passing on a chance to take money 😁😁😁
sheffield78818/11/2019 14:16

If I've signed already for the 4 months interest free but never used it, …If I've signed already for the 4 months interest free but never used it, can I change to this instead? Has anyone tried this? Thanks and voted hot!


If you've already applied and been accepted for Paypal credit then the offer for 12 months interest free will just appear as an option during the checkout process (on eligible purchases). You don't have to apply for it as such, you just select how long you want to pay for the item after you have selected paypal credit as the payment method.
Biddy218/11/2019 11:58

I think you can “glitch” it sometimes into allowing you. You have to enter …I think you can “glitch” it sometimes into allowing you. You have to enter the code first before signing into Paypal Credit. I just tried it now and it appears to have worked. [Image]


I get the same screen but when press confirm it comes back with error that says "We noticed a problem. Please review: your payment.". Don't think yours worked either.
Edited by: "aeykeay" 18th Nov
Add_to_Basket18/11/2019 15:12

If you've already applied and been accepted for Paypal credit then the …If you've already applied and been accepted for Paypal credit then the offer for 12 months interest free will just appear as an option during the checkout process (on eligible purchases). You don't have to apply for it as such, you just select how long you want to pay for the item after you have selected paypal credit as the payment method.


Thanks a lot, I've just realised now this is for qualifying items on eBay only and will not apply to other purchases. I guess the fact I have the credit 'activated' in PayPal for 4 months becomes irrelevant in this case.
chapchap18/11/2019 11:35

If my memory servers me right( and it may not be!) you couldn't use this …If my memory servers me right( and it may not be!) you couldn't use this free credit with any codes i.e. i couldn't use a previous 10/15/20% off code and take up this 0% credit.


You reminded me I need a new memory server.
Would this work if I open a new PayPal account before the end of the deal? Will a new account be allowed credit option? Thanks
Two things to note:

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And also hard credit search methinks.
Edited by: "Chaykin" 18th Nov
Does the 12 month interest free only work for items bought from.ebay ?
makershaker18/11/2019 19:38

Does the 12 month interest free only work for items bought from.ebay ?


Works for everybody apart from you I'm afraid!
Does the 12 month interest free only work for items bought from.ebay ??
makershaker18/11/2019 20:47

Does the 12 month interest free only work for items bought from.ebay ??


Yes. WATP
I would not trust Paypal as far as I can throw them, and they have a large HQ. Too many years of hearing stories about siding with buyers regardless. Freezing peoples accounts and out of their money at the drop of a hat without substantial evidence. They run their own lil racket. I would seriously consider not using them if you are purchasing something large.
jinkssick18/11/2019 20:51

I would not trust Paypal as far as I can throw them, and they have a large …I would not trust Paypal as far as I can throw them, and they have a large HQ. Too many years of hearing stories about siding with buyers regardless. Freezing peoples accounts and out of their money at the drop of a hat without substantial evidence. They run their own lil racket. I would seriously consider not using them if you are purchasing something large.



Wait, as a buyer, why wouldn’t you use a service that sides with the buyer?
Nice! 4 months to 12 months ... Time to rack up some billing
merb078618/11/2019 11:31

Some better jokes


If you can’t afford it now then what makes you think you afford it via credit
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