Amazon 0% Finance on selected items over £399
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Amazon 0% Finance on selected items over £399

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Found 28th Feb 2016
Amazon now offer 0% finance on any items over £399

Current departments include:
Jewellery, Watches, selected Baby, Kitchen & Home, DIY & Tools, Garden & Outdoors, Sports & Outdoors, Musical Instruments & DJ Equipment, Computers & Accessories, Cameras and Home Cinema, TV & Video

Amazon finance is provided by Hitachi Personal Finance

Finance deals are:

- 0.0% APR for 12 months on baskets over £399.99 (On selected items)*
- 0.0% APR for 24 months on baskets over £999.99 (On selected items)*

- 16.9% APR for 12 months on baskets over £249.99
- 16.9% APR for 24 months on baskets over £399.99
- 16.9% APR for 36 months on baskets over £749.99
- 16.9% APR for 48 months on baskets over £999.99

This only applies to selected items, and not 'any' as the title / description suggests.
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Thanks for this OP. Great option by Amazon.
no decent computers unfortunately
Any admin fees?
Good for any decent watch deals
Cold. Trying to get people into debt buying rubbish they don't need.
Personally, I don't see how this is a deal.
This should heat up nicely
DealJourno

Cold. Trying to get people into debt buying rubbish they don't need.



People need to grow up and take responsibility for themselves.
H finance is the one used by most high companies
DealJourno

Cold. Trying to get people into debt buying rubbish they don't need.


slightly wild statement as they not forcing people to buy items and quite the opposite really as people may have needed a new laptop, tv etc and may have used another company with not quite so keen prices and added interest rates
DealJourno

Cold. Trying to get people into debt buying rubbish they don't need.



No one needs anything except food, water and air and I don't see very many people not having anything else.

Rubbish we don't need is there to improve life quality to some extent for example I am sure you don't need the house/flat you are living in and your landlord/mortgage company is/was there simply to try to get you to spend on things you don't need...

Also I don't need my phone but it enables me to talk to my family overseas for free as well as staying in touch with various people I have met while travelling as well as helps me learn stuff I am interested in and enjoy the music I own. (Is that experience worth paying 100£ for it? I think so...)
Anyway it is a great option for anyone buying an item in the price range to spread out the cost.
Not a deal. Cold
DealJourno

Cold. Trying to get people into debt buying rubbish they don't need.



Ah just like deal sites hmmmmm

Oh and what about every advert in the world and so blah blah blah
Assuming no fee. It's a sensible option if you can control yourself. Id rather the money be collecting interest in my account than amazons!
I hope that all the naysayers on this thread have never utilised any form of credit in their lives!!!
Can anyone recommend a TV for < £500? 49"+
koimaster

People need to grow up and take responsibility for themselves.


It is not about grown up, it is about "yes, you can, just do it, independent thinking culture", we have the best brains and massively responsible of the best of British yet we have built up £1,450,000,000,000 debt plus PFI and quantitative easing.
Edited by: "splender" 28th Feb 2016
Is mobile phones included in the offer?
DealJourno

Cold. Trying to get people into debt buying rubbish they don't need.



Well a few months a go someone posted a 0% deal finance for apple that went hot. I'm sure it helped a lot of people including myself as I purchased a new macbook with 0% for 12 months. Had the money but better to spread over 12 months and put the money in savings.

If this deal helps at least one person i'll be happy
not a deal but because it's amazon it will appear as one
JPS

Personally, I don't see how this is a deal.


Have a mod pull it then.. I see your a helper
0% is goox but 16.9 is outrageous they ar prolly borrowing at 2 or 3 .. its just like the crdit card companys, which are all owned by banks 19%+24% daylight rubbery.
The people saying this not a deal and voting cold, please delete your hukd account.

Thanks in advance.
The entire planet (almost) is in debt, as nations we owe trillions and trillions It makes us FEEL good to have new rubbish to play with! Life is dismal & grey, we live in a cold sour world. We need to be happy. That partner you love will turn into an old nagging enemy.
Console yourself with something FRESH from Amazon. X)
JPS

Personally, I don't see how this is a deal.



crazygoldfish

Not a deal. Cold



I'm not sure if half the stuff on here is a deal (e.g. Games with Gold, and the constant reposts of Life/ID Mobile tariffs).
Life is fleeting, if you can afford it, take the deal. Do what makes you happy for god sake.
smelladeal

The entire planet (almost) is in debt, as nations we owe trillions and … The entire planet (almost) is in debt, as nations we owe trillions and trillions It makes us FEEL good to have new rubbish to play with! Life is dismal & grey, we live in a cold sour world. We need to be happy. That partner you love will turn into an old nagging enemy. Console yourself with something FRESH from Amazon. X)



I've never had credit/finance, a loan or anything like that, I don't owe anything to anyone. Just because the majority of people have been fooled into thinking debt is ok and that it's ok for our currency to be debt-backed, doesn't mean we're all asleep.
Debt is not a deal. It is very bad form to advertise it here as such.
I don't see what gives the people a right to judge how people manage their finances. This could be a great deal for someone. not that I'm using it but in the past I've used 0% cards to save money when I didnt have the full amount
This may not be for some but it could be exactly what others are looking for in order to structure a purchase. I would hate things like this not to be posted, as being fully informed about options and availability is surely as big a part of being a savvy deal seeker as the deals themselves?

A culture of judgement seems to be growing on HKD which is sad to see. The idea is surely to take advantage of what suits and move along from what doesn't, leaving others who are interested to take advantage of what is on offer.
garethsmith72

Have a mod pull it then.. I see your a helper


It's my personal opinion, doesn't mean it needs to get pulled. And if you're gonna get finance on something, it may as well be 0%
dar72

I've never had credit/finance, a loan or anything like that, I don't owe … I've never had credit/finance, a loan or anything like that, I don't owe anything to anyone. Just because the majority of people have been fooled into thinking debt is ok and that it's ok for our currency to be debt-backed, doesn't mean we're all asleep.




So no mortgage, no phone on a mobile contract with "free" phone, never borrowed a fiver from a mate ? ? ?
0% on selected(not well priced) items ...no deal
mcav

Debt is not a deal. It is very bad form to advertise it here as such.



Is that why you never post deals ?
rpope

So no mortgage, no phone on a mobile contract with "free" phone, never … So no mortgage, no phone on a mobile contract with "free" phone, never borrowed a fiver from a mate ? ? ?



Obviously didn't go to university ... Student loans
DealJourno

Cold. Trying to get people into debt buying rubbish they don't need.



Not cold at all some people prefer to have "x" product then pay for it monthly rather than have to wait "x" amount of time to save up for it.
You can`t stop the Amazon juggernaut guys & gals, this one is going to go ballistic! (480 degrees after 70 minutes) (_;)
mcav

Debt is not a deal. It is very bad form to advertise it here as such.



Car finance deals are some of the more popular deals on this site, so this isn't any worse than them.
Edited by: "blitzmmccv" 28th Feb 2016
Where does it list eligeble items?
merb0786

Where does it list eligeble items?



Sold and fulfilled by amazon in the categories of my original post.
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