AMAZON Black Friday Offer*: 0.0% APR for 6 months on baskets over £399.99
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AMAZON Black Friday Offer*: 0.0% APR for 6 months on baskets over £399.99

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Found 23rd Nov 2016
Black Friday Offer*:
0.0% APR for 6 months on baskets over £399.99

Eligible orders may only include items that are dispatched from, and sold by, Amazon. Instalment loans are provided and administered by Hitachi Personal Finance, a division of Hitachi Capital (UK) PLC.

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Different Pay Monthly options may be available depending on the total basket value and items in the basket (including shipping and taxes, less any discounts). Interest may be payable dependent upon the items in the basket and the term of the loan.

0.0% APR for 6 months on baskets over £399.99 (Black Friday offer*)
7.9% APR for 36 and 48 months on baskets over £999.99
16.9% APR for 12 and 24 months on baskets over £399.99

*Offer ends 23:59 GMT on December 15th, 2016.

Eligible orders may only include items that are dispatched from, and sold by, Amazon.

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The first payment won't be due until 30 days after the dispatch date of the final product in your order.

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Debt trap. Better get credit card with 0% on purchases for 30 months
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sam_of_london

Debt trap. Better get credit card with 0% on purchases for 30 months


Not quite, this will earn you one satisfied and closed account on your credit score, i.e. loan you took and paid off.
Krizzo3

Not quite, this will earn you one satisfied and closed account on your … Not quite, this will earn you one satisfied and closed account on your credit score, i.e. loan you took and paid off.



​But if can't pay in 6 months, you are doomed.
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sam_of_london

​But if can't pay in 6 months, you are doomed.



Then you're a tool for having eyes bigger than your wallet. Its the "must have it now" generation that the banks love!
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sam_of_london

​But if can't pay in 6 months, you are doomed.



Basic brain functionality is required when borrowing unfortunately.
Who would ever spend that much on a basket? Seriously?!
Graham1979

Then you're a tool for having eyes bigger than your wallet. Its the "must … Then you're a tool for having eyes bigger than your wallet. Its the "must have it now" generation that the banks love!



Generation as in time period or generation as in a specific range of ages?
Hmm suggests that retailers are becoming increasingly desperate in their pursuit of sales growth.
sam_of_london

Debt trap. Better get credit card with 0% on purchases for 30 months



I hope the irony of your comment was intentional?
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muely

Generation as in time period or generation as in a specific range of ages?



Why not both?
speric07

I hope the irony of your comment was intentional?



​No short term debt is very dangerous. In long term you can find options for refinancing.
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People still paying off xmas 2012?
Graham1979

Why not both?



Agreed on time period. Wasn't one generation that had a problem buying above their means when the economy last crashed was it?
The link is not working. The correct link is amazon.co.uk/gp/…luk
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