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0% Interest for 24 Months on £199 Purchase (12 Months for £99 Purchase) when using Paypal Credit @ eBay
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0% Interest for 24 Months on £199 Purchase (12 Months for £99 Purchase) when using Paypal Credit @ eBay

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Spread the cost of christmas, interest free, over 24 months when spending £199 or over 12 months when spending over £99. Purchases must be made by December 20th 2018.

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not against credit per se as someonme buying somthing anyway it helps as long as you are organised, but getting into debt over Christmas is just ludicrous. A fairytale from a big book of fairytales that puts so much pressure on people to 'buy' what they cant afford. Anyways i'm off to ruin someones party somehwhere
Edited by: "sagman76" 12th Nov 2018
Now we need another 10~20% off code
Mark_Hickman12/11/2018 09:27

Hi yes £200 paypal credit is an option but it dosnt mention anything about …Hi yes £200 paypal credit is an option but it dosnt mention anything about zero interest, does it actually state it on basket checkout ?


It should look like this once you've put something in the basket and go to checkout:

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Brought myself a xiaomi scooter this morning on the 24 month plan so can confirm it’s a thing, one thing to note to everyone is that it’s only shows up on desktop website / mobile website, if you use the app it won’t show the option
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Thanks. Might get a cpu I want
Now we need another 10~20% off code
When checking out on ebay is it actually meant to show 0% for 12 or 24 months ? Mine just says normal paypal credit no mention of this so i assume will still be 4 month zero apr
Mark_Hickman12/11/2018 08:20

When checking out on ebay is it actually meant to show 0% for 12 or 24 …When checking out on ebay is it actually meant to show 0% for 12 or 24 months ? Mine just says normal paypal credit no mention of this so i assume will still be 4 month zero apr


Sorry, don't mean to teach you to suck eggs but have you actually got something worth £99+ in your basket? I just tried it on mine and it's working.
Edited by: "heathergreen1" 12th Nov 2018
NeoRegia12/11/2018 07:57

Now we need another 10~20% off code


I dont think it works with coupons. Tried it out the last time with 12 months interest free and it wouldnt give me the option because I used a code
MPA831 m ago

I dont think it works with coupons. Tried it out the last time with 12 …I dont think it works with coupons. Tried it out the last time with 12 months interest free and it wouldnt give me the option because I used a code


Well that's rubbish, I am taking back my heat :P
heathergreen112/11/2018 08:26

Sorry, don't mean to teach you to suck eggs but have you actually got …Sorry, don't mean to teach you to suck eggs but have you actually got something worth £99+ in your basket? I just tried it on mine and it's working.


Hi yes £200 paypal credit is an option but it dosnt mention anything about zero interest, does it actually state it on basket checkout ?
Mark_Hickman12/11/2018 09:27

Hi yes £200 paypal credit is an option but it dosnt mention anything about …Hi yes £200 paypal credit is an option but it dosnt mention anything about zero interest, does it actually state it on basket checkout ?


It should look like this once you've put something in the basket and go to checkout:

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Had PayPal Credit coming close to a year an a half. But when going to eBay checkout the only option is 4 months interest free.
Must be not for every eBay user, as I just checked mine and only 4 months option is available.
heathergreen112/11/2018 09:55

It should look like this once you've put something in the basket and go to …It should look like this once you've put something in the basket and go to checkout:[Image]


No mine does not come up like that, so its only certain people, as all other people above saying the same thing
Yeah same here, normal 4 months.
not against credit per se as someonme buying somthing anyway it helps as long as you are organised, but getting into debt over Christmas is just ludicrous. A fairytale from a big book of fairytales that puts so much pressure on people to 'buy' what they cant afford. Anyways i'm off to ruin someones party somehwhere
Edited by: "sagman76" 12th Nov 2018
Brought myself a xiaomi scooter this morning on the 24 month plan so can confirm it’s a thing, one thing to note to everyone is that it’s only shows up on desktop website / mobile website, if you use the app it won’t show the option
alex.fletcher10 m ago

Brought myself a xiaomi scooter this morning on the 24 month plan so can …Brought myself a xiaomi scooter this morning on the 24 month plan so can confirm it’s a thing, one thing to note to everyone is that it’s only shows up on desktop website / mobile website, if you use the app it won’t show the option


You speak the truth
I love Paypal Credit's 4 month deal, made buying a new TV a lot easier.

I'm in the market for a new PC so this will be very useful.
Does it work only through Ebay?
How would this work if you already have a paypal balance? Will payments go towards the current balance with separate payments for the interest free deal?
Might try to get a switch for the boys birthday in February
What about the credit check and dent of it on the credit history?
Mark_Hickman12/11/2018 10:52

No mine does not come up like that, so its only certain people, as all …No mine does not come up like that, so its only certain people, as all other people above saying the same thing


Ah, that's annoying. You'd think they'd apply this to everyone. No rhyme or reason sometimes.
alex.fletcher29 m ago

Brought myself a xiaomi scooter this morning on the 24 month plan so can …Brought myself a xiaomi scooter this morning on the 24 month plan so can confirm it’s a thing, one thing to note to everyone is that it’s only shows up on desktop website / mobile website, if you use the app it won’t show the option


Ahh im on my phone app so ill give it ago thanks for that 😁
sagman7612/11/2018 10:58

not against credit per se as someonme buying somthing anyway it helps as …not against credit per se as someonme buying somthing anyway it helps as long as you are organised, but getting into debt over Christmas is just ludicrous. A fairytale from a big book of fairytales that puts so much pressure on people to 'buy' what they cant afford. Anyways i'm off to ruin someones party somehwhere


Well im already finished for christmas so dont worry 😁 and hopefully others are like me, i already have money but why spend it when you can spend someone elses for free makes more sense to keep your money banked
sagman7612/11/2018 10:58

not against credit per se as someonme buying somthing anyway it helps as …not against credit per se as someonme buying somthing anyway it helps as long as you are organised, but getting into debt over Christmas is just ludicrous. A fairytale from a big book of fairytales that puts so much pressure on people to 'buy' what they cant afford. Anyways i'm off to ruin someones party somehwhere


Not just that, but spreading it over 24months doesn't make a lick of sense! There will be another Christmas prior to paying for this one!
Mark_Hickman12/11/2018 11:36

Well im already finished for christmas so dont worry 😁 and hopefully …Well im already finished for christmas so dont worry 😁 and hopefully others are like me, i already have money but why spend it when you can spend someone elses for free makes more sense to keep your money banked


I'm not worrying. Glad you you have money. Read my commeny again. Organised people like yourself credit works well. I said that. I have used it myself, but certainly not for Christmas. The issue is people will now think they have money when they dont and feel the pressure to buy for family / Friends etc. Not everyone is as shrewd. It feels like Christmas starts at the end of October now and is purley a commercial offering for a lot of people. Crazy.
Edited by: "sagman76" 12th Nov 2018
timmy9004 m ago

Not just that, but spreading it over 24months doesn't make a lick of …Not just that, but spreading it over 24months doesn't make a lick of sense! There will be another Christmas prior to paying for this one!



Ha! that's a very good point.
heathergreen117 m ago

Ah, that's annoying. You'd think they'd apply this to everyone. No rhyme …Ah, that's annoying. You'd think they'd apply this to everyone. No rhyme or reason sometimes.


As @spinx said above, it dosnt work on the ebay app, just went online on classic site and now i get the options. So it is open to everyone
sagman7612/11/2018 11:44

I'm not worrying. Glad you you have money. Read my commeny again. …I'm not worrying. Glad you you have money. Read my commeny again. Organised people like yourself credit works well. I said that. I have used it myself, but certainly not for Christmas. The issue is people will now think they have money when they dont and feel the pressure to buy for family / Friends etc. Not everyone is as shrewd. It feels like Christmas starts at the end of October now and is purley a commercial offering for a lot of people. Crazy.


I read it to fast sorry, yes your right and the guy above makes a great point. Do not buy christmas presents over 24 months because christmas will be here again in 12 months, hopefully most others are just treating theirself and pay it off earlier thats what i do
Can you pay it off faster if you wanted to also?
timmy90012/11/2018 11:40

Not just that, but spreading it over 24months doesn't make a lick of …Not just that, but spreading it over 24months doesn't make a lick of sense! There will be another Christmas prior to paying for this one!


Of course it does a £900 purchase can sit in my account earning me interest instead of stumping it up in one go , i have the item now and a few quid in interest at the end of the term.

There is no negatives to interest free purchases unless you dont pay it off
maybe im young ... haha just wishful thinking but even though i think im wrong surely £199 credit but paying over 24 months @ £9.55 is £229.20 therefore an increase of just over 15% (+£30) therefore making whatever you buying 15% more expensive...


i thought this was hot uk deals to save money not plunder people into credit to force people to spend money they dont have. Im sure the person your buying for would understand if you do not have the money..a hug and a compliment is free... if they dont understand then perhaps they dont deserve anything..

Debt = slavery
I dont really get this PayPal credit application. I applied and they rejected my application. I mean, my income is not low ad can definitely pay them back for sure. Does this credit application depends where you live in the UK?
Edited by: "JamPau" 12th Nov 2018
I wonder how their approval process work, I'm making decent on a post grad salary and I'm still rejected by paypal.
rimz79048 m ago

Might try to get a switch for the boys birthday in February Might try to get a switch for the boys birthday in February


Exactly what im looking for, Though for me hopefully there will be some good bundles/ deals to choose from come black friday.

does anyone know if the purchase needs to be via ebay or does just paying via paypal qualify?
Christmas over 24months

Ideal for a biannual event
Fantastic deal! Just wish my PayPal credit limit was more than £800. I currently have £600 on there for a camera lens I’m paying off (saved £50 with 10% code at the time). Still have 4 months interest free which is cool.
uglymash16 m ago

maybe im young ... haha just wishful thinking but even though i think im …maybe im young ... haha just wishful thinking but even though i think im wrong surely £199 credit but paying over 24 months @ £9.55 is £229.20 therefore an increase of just over 15% (+£30) therefore making whatever you buying 15% more expensive... i thought this was hot uk deals to save money not plunder people into credit to force people to spend money they dont have. Im sure the person your buying for would understand if you do not have the money..a hug and a compliment is free... if they dont understand then perhaps they dont deserve anything.. Debt = slavery


This is interest free so the amount you pay over the term will be the same. £199 is the minimum amount you need to spend to get the offer but in the example above this person has clearly purchased something that cost more.
uglymash19 m ago

maybe im young ... haha just wishful thinking but even though i think im …maybe im young ... haha just wishful thinking but even though i think im wrong surely £199 credit but paying over 24 months @ £9.55 is £229.20 therefore an increase of just over 15% (+£30) therefore making whatever you buying 15% more expensive... i thought this was hot uk deals to save money not plunder people into credit to force people to spend money they dont have. Im sure the person your buying for would understand if you do not have the money..a hug and a compliment is free... if they dont understand then perhaps they dont deserve anything.. Debt = slavery


Nah, you wouldn't be wrong but I had something worth £229 in my basket rather than £199.
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uglymash25 m ago

maybe im young ... haha just wishful thinking but even though i think im …maybe im young ... haha just wishful thinking but even though i think im wrong surely £199 credit but paying over 24 months @ £9.55 is £229.20 therefore an increase of just over 15% (+£30) therefore making whatever you buying 15% more expensive... i thought this was hot uk deals to save money not plunder people into credit to force people to spend money they dont have. Im sure the person your buying for would understand if you do not have the money..a hug and a compliment is free... if they dont understand then perhaps they dont deserve anything.. Debt = slavery


I've been looking for hidden document fees etc but this genuinely does seem to be 0%. The reason you're seeing £229.20 is that's the amount the item costs :-)
kingmonkey6912/11/2018 11:18

How would this work if you already have a paypal balance? Will payments go …How would this work if you already have a paypal balance? Will payments go towards the current balance with separate payments for the interest free deal?


In my experince (4 months interest free), PayPal Credit add funds to your interest free balance last whenever you make a paymnent. They're much better in this respect than other credit institutions. Rememer, a minimum payment (can't remember the amount) has to be made every month until the balance has been cleared.
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