18 Months Interest Free Credit On All £1500+ on World Cup TV’s @ John Lewis
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18 Months Interest Free Credit On All £1500+ on World Cup TV’s @ John Lewis

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Refreshed 3rd Jun (Posted 13th May)
Currently until the World Cup all TV’s at John Lewis over £1500 can be purchased on interest free with 10% deposit.

This is a first promotion like this most interest free promotions ran by John Lewis, Curry’s and Richer Sounds are usually on very expensive OLED’s and QLED’s so this is quite a good offer if you were looking to upgrade anyway!

5 year guaranteed included with all TV’s as well!

Example:

Sony Bravia KD65XE9005 4K ULTRA HD SMART TV @ £1529

10% deposit - £152.90
18 Monthly payments - £76.45

EG below


Samsung UE65NU7400 HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 65" with TVPlus/Freesat HD, Dynamic Crystal Colour & 360 Design, Ultra HD Certified £1399 + £100 COUPON CODE if bought with a Samsung sound bar

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Panasonic TX-55EZ952B OLED HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 55" with Freeview Play & Super Slim Design, Ultra HD Premium Certified £1699 + Panasonic UB320EBK Blu-Ray Player for an extra £100
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Samsung UE65NU7500 Curved HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 65" with TVPlus/Freesat HD, Dynamic Crystal Colour & 360 Design, Ultra HD Certified, Black + £100 COUPON CODE if bought with a Samsung sound bar £1699


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Samsung UE65NU8000 HDR 1000 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 65" with TVPlus/Freesat HD, Dynamic Crystal Colour & 360 Design, Ultra HD Certified, Black £1799 + £100 COUPON CODE if bought with a Samsung sound bar


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Cold, not a deal and just encourages people to buy things they can’t actually afford.
AJ9213 m ago

Interest free credit is a deal


I’m struggling to see how it wouldn’t be.
donslibi13th May

Cold, not a deal and just encourages people to buy things they can’t a …Cold, not a deal and just encourages people to buy things they can’t actually afford.


No, it just saves you the hassle of saving up month by month. This way you’re just paying it off month by month.

Bet you sat there typing that out with ur 24 month contract phone ... isn’t that a similar principle?
This has somehow become a big ‘measuring’ competition
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Interest free credit is a deal
AJ9213 m ago

Interest free credit is a deal


I’m struggling to see how it wouldn’t be.
Cramsteems14 m ago

I’m struggling to see how it wouldn’t be.


Because its not an actual item you can compare in price

So now there's gonna be bunch of posts for interest free credit
Edited by: "AJ92" 13th May
Cold, not a deal and just encourages people to buy things they can’t actually afford.
AJ9218 m ago

Interest free credit is a deal


Personally i dont go spending even £500 + on tv's but i guess there must be alot of people that do.And just recently there seems to be quite a few big tv's coming out back into the thousands again,so if your one of these that must have it but the cash isnt there then this would be a deal clincher.But then in 18 months time you want a new one its going to be almost like renting as your be paying monthly again.I think i may of just stopped short of contradicting myself there ( I hope ).
donslibi13th May

Cold, not a deal and just encourages people to buy things they can’t a …Cold, not a deal and just encourages people to buy things they can’t actually afford.


No, it just saves you the hassle of saving up month by month. This way you’re just paying it off month by month.

Bet you sat there typing that out with ur 24 month contract phone ... isn’t that a similar principle?
aseddon1307 m ago

No, it just saves you the hassle of saving up month by month. This way …No, it just saves you the hassle of saving up month by month. This way you’re just paying it off month by month.Bet you sat there typing that out with ur 24 month contract phone ... isn’t that a similar principle?


Yes it is. I always buy my phone out-right. I’ve seen people drown themselves in just ‘month by month’ payments.
Cramsteems2 h, 7 m ago

I’m struggling to see how it wouldn’t be.


Possibly because it would be easier to transfer to/use a credit card that give you interest free monthly payments for the same period of time. You would also get a nice wee chunk of points/air miles/cashback too, just a thought

Then again you could really push the boat out on the radical tip by saving a few pennies and paying the whole load off in cash once the that month's bill has come in?

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Chasloyal10 m ago

Possibly because it would be easier to transfer to/use a credit card that …Possibly because it would be easier to transfer to/use a credit card that give you interest free monthly payments for the same period of time. You would also get a nice wee chunk of points/air miles/cashback too, just a thought Then again you could really push the boat out on the radical tip by saving a few pennies and paying the whole load off in cash once the that month's bill has come in? [Image]


Oh yes my favourite is always the American Express nectar card, £14k on that bad boy in the last 2 months - points points points!
This has somehow become a big ‘measuring’ competition
mrtea19675 h, 19 m ago

Personally i dont go spending even £500 + on tv's but i guess there must …Personally i dont go spending even £500 + on tv's but i guess there must be alot of people that do.And just recently there seems to be quite a few big tv's coming out back into the thousands again,so if your one of these that must have it but the cash isnt there then this would be a deal clincher.But then in 18 months time you want a new one its going to be almost like renting as your be paying monthly again.I think i may of just stopped short of contradicting myself there ( I hope ).


There is definitely a difference from a £500 TV to a £1000 TV. Considering how much we watch it, it's surely worth investing in a decent set for the sake of our eyesight. I think people would be really surprised if the knew what was happening every second when we look at a TV screen, never mind a 2 hour movie. It's just like investing in a decent Bed/Mattress in my opinion. Anyways... rant over.
Chasloyal3 h, 18 m ago

Possibly because it would be easier to transfer to/use a credit card that …Possibly because it would be easier to transfer to/use a credit card that give you interest free monthly payments for the same period of time. You would also get a nice wee chunk of points/air miles/cashback too, just a thought Then again you could really push the boat out on the radical tip by saving a few pennies and paying the whole load off in cash once the that month's bill has come in? [Image]


Are you sure you want the dole office seeing that pic?
aseddon1302 h, 25 m ago

This has somehow become a big ‘measuring’ competition


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Chasloyal4 h, 18 m ago

Possibly because it would be easier to transfer to/use a credit card that …Possibly because it would be easier to transfer to/use a credit card that give you interest free monthly payments for the same period of time. You would also get a nice wee chunk of points/air miles/cashback too, just a thought Then again you could really push the boat out on the radical tip by saving a few pennies and paying the whole load off in cash once the that month's bill has come in? [Image]


Top shotta
There is nothing wrong in paying monthly when it's free? What wrong with your money sitting in your bank account? Here have all my money on one go!
donslibi6 h, 56 m ago

Yes it is. I always buy my phone out-right. I’ve seen people drown t …Yes it is. I always buy my phone out-right. I’ve seen people drown themselves in just ‘month by month’ payments.

H_R_Ali3 h, 44 m ago

Are you sure you want the dole office seeing that pic?



Feel free to explain to me why they would care?

FatherTed3 h, 23 m ago

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From someone with a parody pape username, erm okay

coventgamer2 h, 43 m ago

Top shotta



Stopped juggling when I got nicked for it years ago, have another go
Edited by: "Chasloyal" 13th May
Chasloyal7 h, 16 m ago

Possibly because it would be easier to transfer to/use a credit card that …Possibly because it would be easier to transfer to/use a credit card that give you interest free monthly payments for the same period of time. You would also get a nice wee chunk of points/air miles/cashback too, just a thought Then again you could really push the boat out on the radical tip by saving a few pennies and paying the whole load off in cash once the that month's bill has come in? [Image]


Nice Google images post
the__cat21 m ago

Nice Google images post


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Named that tune in one, can't beat a bit of Google can ya I been rumbled
condemmedman47 m ago

There is nothing wrong in paying monthly when it's free? What wrong with …There is nothing wrong in paying monthly when it's free? What wrong with your money sitting in your bank account? Here have all my money on one go!


Agreed but that kind of thinking is too sensible and rare these days.
donslibi2 m ago

Agreed but that kind of thinking is too sensible and rare these days.


Nothing sensible about 0.25% interest so far more sensible to pay your bills in full
H_R_Ali5 h, 8 m ago

There is definitely a difference from a £500 TV to a £1000 TV. Considering …There is definitely a difference from a £500 TV to a £1000 TV. Considering how much we watch it, it's surely worth investing in a decent set for the sake of our eyesight. I think people would be really surprised if the knew what was happening every second when we look at a TV screen, never mind a 2 hour movie. It's just like investing in a decent Bed/Mattress in my opinion. Anyways... rant over.


I wouldnt call that a rant H-R-Ali,we all have a budget the picture quality on my set at the moment with a HD satbox is sharp.Im on my 2nd Samsung ( UE40HU6900UXXU) .Just to show how much attention i payed to it i was looking at UHD tv's even 4K ones for a few month a while back until one day i went into our spare room and saw on the box in bold letters UHD,so thought sod it why bother keep looking.Only thing i would say is its not an investment unless its way under price and you get your money back selling it on later.My 3rd Samsung has been round my parents for about 7 months still wrapped up.That was under price 49inch for £226 at the time.Just never get time to advertise the one above.
Currys doing this non deal too
mrtea196711 h, 9 m ago

Personally i dont go spending even £500 + on tv's but i guess there must …Personally i dont go spending even £500 + on tv's but i guess there must be alot of people that do.And just recently there seems to be quite a few big tv's coming out back into the thousands again,so if your one of these that must have it but the cash isnt there then this would be a deal clincher.But then in 18 months time you want a new one its going to be almost like renting as your be paying monthly again.I think i may of just stopped short of contradicting myself there ( I hope ).


I could have £100k sitting in the bank however I would still take an interest free deal. It then frees up the capital to be used to make more money.
PsychoSonny23 m ago

I could have £100k sitting in the bank however I would still take an …I could have £100k sitting in the bank however I would still take an interest free deal. It then frees up the capital to be used to make more money.



I can assure you that people with 100 grand in the bank don't buy anything on retailer interest free credit because as I said in an earlier post you get nothing back from it like you do when buying big ticket items with a whole host of credit cards and even more to the point you don't get the added purchase protection either.
Very tempting. I see bith sides but Im personally not buying a TV at the moment with all the new ones ready to start releasing in coming months.
It’s a great way to build a good credit file. Always shop around and compare, you might find a better deal without the interest free option
PsychoSonny1 h, 35 m ago

I could have £100k sitting in the bank however I would still take an …I could have £100k sitting in the bank however I would still take an interest free deal. It then frees up the capital to be used to make more money.


Or spend 10 minutes lining it up on your kitchen table to take photos of it
hazerakhatun12153 m ago

It’s a great way to build a good credit file. Always shop around and c …It’s a great way to build a good credit file. Always shop around and compare, you might find a better deal without the interest free option


Though you hear it all the time even from the 'experts' I'm not really convinced by that because we don't have a mortgage as our three properties were paid off years ago or bought outright respectively, no car loan as that was paid in full at purchase, and definitely no retail finance or monthly interest free credit card transfer balances to service yet my credit score has always been pretty good and always stays the same.


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FatherTed31 m ago

Or spend 10 minutes lining it up on your kitchen table to take photos of …Or spend 10 minutes lining it up on your kitchen table to take photos of it


I wish I had that much dough wrapped round me for it to take 10 minutes to line up on the table but never mind


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I'm just here for the photos of cash sat in front of laptops displaying the hotukdeals website.
mrtea196718 h, 26 m ago

I wouldnt call that a rant H-R-Ali,we all have a budget the picture …I wouldnt call that a rant H-R-Ali,we all have a budget the picture quality on my set at the moment with a HD satbox is sharp.Im on my 2nd Samsung ( UE40HU6900UXXU) .Just to show how much attention i payed to it i was looking at UHD tv's even 4K ones for a few month a while back until one day i went into our spare room and saw on the box in bold letters UHD,so thought sod it why bother keep looking.Only thing i would say is its not an investment unless its way under price and you get your money back selling it on later.My 3rd Samsung has been round my parents for about 7 months still wrapped up.That was under price 49inch for £226 at the time.Just never get time to advertise the one above.


I wasn't talking about investment in a monetary sense, I was talking about investing in your health. Like the bed example I gave, i don't expect to sell it and make my money back after 5 years, but I would have had 5 years of good sleep on it. Which would have done wonders for me in the long run.
I think if people really looked into how Televisions worked they would be willing to pay the extra. You'll be amazed at the process of a 10 second clip and the way the imagery is handled. The amount of things our eyes are seeing in such a small time is pretty incredible. Lower/Mid end Televisions are just incapable of processing it properly and although it may be minor, it's a lot of strain on the eyes
Edited by: "H_R_Ali" 14th May
donslibi13th May

Cold, not a deal and just encourages people to buy things they can’t a …Cold, not a deal and just encourages people to buy things they can’t actually afford.


Or place the money the would have spent on the item in an interest bearing account. The interest you earn in the account would be pure profit. It won't make you loads of money, but money is money and I'd rather it was in my pocket than theirs
rorrism2 m ago

Or place the money the would have spent on the item in an interest bearing …Or place the money the would have spent on the item in an interest bearing account. The interest you earn in the account would be pure profit. It won't make you loads of money, but money is money and I'd rather it was in my pocket than theirs


1. In its truest sense, interest is not profit.
2. Better yet, if you have a mortgage, pay off some of it to avoid interest.
donslibi5 m ago

1. In its truest sense, interest is not profit.2. Better yet, if you have …1. In its truest sense, interest is not profit.2. Better yet, if you have a mortgage, pay off some of it to avoid interest.


Profit in the sense that it is money you would not have received had you bought the item outright.

It would always be in your best interests to pay off any interest bearing debt.
Chasloyal20 h, 44 m ago

[Image] Named that tune in one, can't beat a bit of Google can ya I …[Image] Named that tune in one, can't beat a bit of Google can ya I been rumbled


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H_R_Ali5 h, 52 m ago

I wasn't talking about investment in a monetary sense, I was talking about …I wasn't talking about investment in a monetary sense, I was talking about investing in your health. Like the bed example I gave, i don't expect to sell it and make my money back after 5 years, but I would have had 5 years of good sleep on it. Which would have done wonders for me in the long run.I think if people really looked into how Televisions worked they would be willing to pay the extra. You'll be amazed at the process of a 10 second clip and the way the imagery is handled. The amount of things our eyes are seeing in such a small time is pretty incredible. Lower/Mid end Televisions are just incapable of processing it properly and although it may be minor, it's a lot of strain on the eyes


You're stating the obvious because in life as a rule you do generally get what you pay for, be it from the grade of produce in your groceries to the neighbourhood you buy your home in.

I won't begin to pretend I know anything of note about those eyesight issues you've brought up but I have of course read the occasional article about studies in to it so being someone of a 'there's no smoke without fire' mentality I definitely wouldn't discount them.

Regardless of there being health implications or not I have always bought mid-range to flagship televisions and upgrade them on a regular basis because I like a nice telly, I like getting the latest stuff generally and because of the amount of time I spend sat in front of it.

Some people like flash motors and if you spend a lot of time in your car then I suppose I can see why you would be tempted to blow big bucks on one but I only spend 10-15 hours per week in mine whilst easily spending double that amount of time in front of the telly.

Hence you comparing tellies to mattresses in a previous post is an excellent example and definitely not a rant, you nailed it geezer!
H_R_Ali6 h, 43 m ago

I wasn't talking about investment in a monetary sense, I was talking about …I wasn't talking about investment in a monetary sense, I was talking about investing in your health. Like the bed example I gave, i don't expect to sell it and make my money back after 5 years, but I would have had 5 years of good sleep on it. Which would have done wonders for me in the long run.I think if people really looked into how Televisions worked they would be willing to pay the extra. You'll be amazed at the process of a 10 second clip and the way the imagery is handled. The amount of things our eyes are seeing in such a small time is pretty incredible. Lower/Mid end Televisions are just incapable of processing it properly and although it may be minor, it's a lot of strain on the eyes


You’ve made me curious. Is there a documentary about it or a video on YouTube that talks about it in detail
Chasloyal54 m ago

You're stating the obvious because in life as a rule you do generally get …You're stating the obvious because in life as a rule you do generally get what you pay for, be it from the grade of produce in your groceries to the neighbourhood you buy your home in. I won't begin to pretend I know anything of note about those eyesight issues you've brought up but I have of course read the occasional article about studies in to it so being someone of a 'there's no smoke without fire' mentality I definitely wouldn't discount them.Regardless of there being health implications or not I have always bought mid-range to flagship televisions and upgrade them on a regular basis because I like a nice telly, I like getting the latest stuff generally and because of the amount of time I spend sat in front of it.Some people like flash motors and if you spend a lot of time in your car then I suppose I can see why you would be tempted to blow big bucks on one but I only spend 10-15 hours per week in mine whilst easily spending double that amount of time in front of the telly. Hence you comparing tellies to mattresses in a previous post is an excellent example and definitely not a rant, you nailed it geezer!


Out of curiosity, what do you do for a living, Chasloyal?
Edited by: "AppStar" 14th May
AppStar36 m ago

Out of curiosity, what do you do for a living, Chasloyal?



Not sure if that's meant to be a trick question but seeing I been totally legit for a couple of decades I have no need to spin you a yarn. We own a couple of properties we rent out, I do bit of e commerce to coin a phrase and also have a part time job in transport to get me out of the house a few days a week as I care for my mum who was given only a year to live 5 or 6 years ago now.

I was self employed with a small business where I did used to do in excess of 70 hours a week for many years but when the above mentioned family commitments arose I let my stake go, for the right price obviously.

I've not made any secret that in my much younger years I did turn a quid in far less legitimate ways both at home and I suppose abroad but eventually got my collar felt for it, received my karma and then took a far more righteous and completely legal path to earning a living after that wild era.

I know I aggravate lots of people on here and I suppose I do the same in the real world too but my bite ceased to be worse than my bark many years ago hence I have no qualms about barking very loudly now that I am a totally above board old git
Chasloyal3 h, 43 m ago

You're stating the obvious because in life as a rule you do generally get …You're stating the obvious because in life as a rule you do generally get what you pay for, be it from the grade of produce in your groceries to the neighbourhood you buy your home in. I won't begin to pretend I know anything of note about those eyesight issues you've brought up but I have of course read the occasional article about studies in to it so being someone of a 'there's no smoke without fire' mentality I definitely wouldn't discount them.Regardless of there being health implications or not I have always bought mid-range to flagship televisions and upgrade them on a regular basis because I like a nice telly, I like getting the latest stuff generally and because of the amount of time I spend sat in front of it.Some people like flash motors and if you spend a lot of time in your car then I suppose I can see why you would be tempted to blow big bucks on one but I only spend 10-15 hours per week in mine whilst easily spending double that amount of time in front of the telly. Hence you comparing tellies to mattresses in a previous post is an excellent example and definitely not a rant, you nailed it geezer!


I was stating the obvious. The person who I replied to didn't comprehend why you'd spend so much on a TV so I gave my 2 cents (yes probably shouldn't have used the word "rant").
I was coming directly from a "health" point though. A £5 T-Shirt and £100 T-Shirt for example is completely different.
H_R_Ali53 m ago

I was stating the obvious. The person who I replied to didn't comprehend …I was stating the obvious. The person who I replied to didn't comprehend why you'd spend so much on a TV so I gave my 2 cents (yes probably shouldn't have used the word "rant").I was coming directly from a "health" point though. A £5 T-Shirt and £100 T-Shirt for example is completely different.



You preaching to the converted mate as I am always on the lookout when it comes to nice tellies, keeping a close eye on the newest releases, prices and often posting on TV threads in here. You got the OLED gang who scream heresy if you're not a fan of Lucky Goldstar, you got the 'I would never pay more than 500 quid for a TV' crew who won't have it that higher end tellies cost more for valid reasons, you got the fence sitters as regards technology, pricing etc and many others too.......

So when it comes to TV fanciers here in HUKD it's a broad church as they say, so was it crass to post a pic of the dough I got wrapped round me at the minute?

Absolutely it was but a very regular TV thread poster who outed me as a penniless liar when I stated I'd changed my mind on getting one of last year's 55" QLED's for our bedroom in favour of sitting tight and watching the inevitable price drops on this year's Q9 models possibly even being persuaded to go for the 65" or 75" for the front room instead has stayed very quiet.

So the petty one-upmanship method to my tasteless madness would appear to have hit the bullseye.

Now if you'll excuse me I must recount my Harry Enfield-esque wad for the thousandth time before heading off to bed as I have to be up at the crack of dawn to ready myself to sign on at the dole office
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