Amazon.co.uk Pay Monthly 0.0% APR for 3 months, 12 months, 24 months on baskets valued  £250 and £399.99, £399.99 and £999.99 respectively
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Amazon.co.uk Pay Monthly 0.0% APR for 3 months, 12 months, 24 months on baskets valued £250 and £399.99, £399.99 and £999.99 respectively

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Found 21st Apr 2016
Amazon.co.uk Pay Monthly 0.0% APR for 3 months, 12 months, 24 months on baskets valued £250 and £399.99, £399.99 and £999.99 respectively

Pay Monthly options:

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 3 months on baskets between £250 and £399.99
- 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)

Similar deal has been posted before but with that the 0.0% APR started at £399.99 and now it from baskets starting at £250.00 and also now starts at 3 months.

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if i didnt have over 100 quid at Game id get a ps4 from here for upstairs
Poor choice of eliglible items + high prices ...false promotion, same like last time
Not sure how this is a deal. It is Amazon though so i am sure it will be at the top of the list in no time.
oUkTuRkEyIII

Not sure how this is a deal. It is Amazon though so i am sure it will be … Not sure how this is a deal. It is Amazon though so i am sure it will be at the top of the list in no time.


it is a deal when you save money by spreading the cost through several months, especially on items that you do need
Edited by: "rasdonny" 21st Apr 2016
oUkTuRkEyIII

Not sure how this is a deal. It is Amazon though so i am sure it will be … Not sure how this is a deal. It is Amazon though so i am sure it will be at the top of the list in no time.



It's free money at the end of the day. Better off accumulating interest in your account than Amazons !
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pavel76

Poor choice of eliglible items + high prices ...false promotion, same … Poor choice of eliglible items + high prices ...false promotion, same like last time



It's only a poor choice if it is stuff that you personally don't want. It covers musical instruments and many of them are already discounted compared to other retailers, so I'm delighted with the choice.
Noy surr how this works, is it a must requirement to pay of in monthly instalments or can you just save up and pay off all at once near the end of the 4/12/24 months contract?
rasdonny

it is a deal when you save money by spreading the cost through several … it is a deal when you save money by spreading the cost through several months, especially on items that you do need



Amazon + need? You mean want. X)
topss

Amazon + need? You mean want. X)


very apt equation

Amazon + want = need

Edited by: "rasdonny" 21st Apr 2016
rasdonny

it is a deal when you save money by spreading the cost through several … it is a deal when you save money by spreading the cost through several months, especially on items that you do need



Just ignore me i am still upset that they moved my Burger King now delivering post to the back end of the site............................... Now if Amazon delivered Burger King
oUkTuRkEyIII

Just ignore me i am still upset that they moved my Burger King now … Just ignore me i am still upset that they moved my Burger King now delivering post to the back end of the site............................... Now if Amazon delivered Burger King



its okay, it's all fun and games
0% on all purchases for the first 27 months - transaction of any amount to be made in the first 3 months at any retailer.

postoffice.co.uk/lan…040
Edited by: "twist" 21st Apr 2016
twist

0% on all purchases for the first 27 months - transaction of any amount … 0% on all purchases for the first 27 months - transaction of any amount to be made in the first 3 months at any retailer.http://www.postoffice.co.uk/landingpage/matched-credit-card?campaignid=AG_CM_0040


believe it or not, i personally dont use credit cards
twist

0% on all purchases for the first 27 months - transaction of any amount … 0% on all purchases for the first 27 months - transaction of any amount to be made in the first 3 months at any retailer.http://www.postoffice.co.uk/landingpage/matched-credit-card?campaignid=AG_CM_0040



This isn't a credit card...

UltimatePhoenix

if i didnt have over 100 quid at Game id get a ps4 from here for upstairs



PS4 isn't an eligible item.
what a great deal, getting people into potential debt.
northwales

what a great deal, getting people into potential debt.



​Oh dear another do gooder who probably can't manage their finances so feels the need to preach to others
BigPlonker

PS4 isn't an eligible item.



​would be if i added a few games? or they not allow consoles?
ChrisUK

It's free money at the end of the day



Not free. You have to pay it off. It's a debt.
rasdonny

believe it or not, i personally dont use credit cards



Is that something to be proud of?
m5rcc

Is that something to be proud of?


you tell me?

and then tell me what you are proud of?
Edited by: "rasdonny" 21st Apr 2016
rasdonny

you tell me?



There is nothing wrong with using a credit card as long as it is used correctly and preferably paid in full at the end of each month if it is not on a 0% deal or paid before the interest kicks in, mainly because of the advantages it has over a debit card.
rasdonny

believe it or not, i personally dont use credit cards



But youll take out a loan. Interesting.
masterbruce

This isn't a credit card...



Youre right, its a loan to buy specific things from a specific retailer.
Edited by: "twist" 21st Apr 2016
m5rcc

There is nothing wrong with using a credit card as long as it is used … There is nothing wrong with using a credit card as long as it is used correctly and preferably paid in full at the end of each month if it is not on a 0% deal or paid before the interest kicks in, mainly because of the advantages it has over a debit card.


i never said there was something wrong with using a credit card..i was responding to someone who posted a link to a credit card so my response was valid and i also just said i dont use a credit card and thats because most ppl do and many many end up in debt because of it but obviously not you.

n.b.

and still waiting for you to tell me what you are proud of?

Edited by: "rasdonny" 21st Apr 2016
twist

But youll take out a loan. Interesting.


yes, a 0% APR loan, so yes definitely more sensible to me than a credit card.
rasdonny

yes, a 0% APR loan, so yes definitely more sensible to me than a credit … yes, a 0% APR loan, so yes definitely more sensible to me than a credit card.



But the card is also 0% X) ... for a longer term, with much lower initial purchase and at any retailer for any item.
Edited by: "twist" 21st Apr 2016
twist

But the card is also 0% X) ... for a longer term, with much lower initial … But the card is also 0% X) ... for a longer term, with much lower initial purchase and at any retailer for any item.



And a loan does not give you Section 75 protection.... And a loan does not give you 56 days credit....
rasdonny

and still waiting for you to tell me what you are proud of?



I'm proud of making you look silly...
m5rcc

And a loan does not give you Section 75 protection.... And a loan does … And a loan does not give you Section 75 protection.... And a loan does not give you 56 days credit....



Yeah, definitely benefits to purchasing on a credit card.
m5rcc

And a loan does not give you Section 75 protection.... And a loan does … And a loan does not give you Section 75 protection.... And a loan does not give you 56 days credit....


there are other legislations that protects me and my 'loan', like distant buying legislation, just to name one.

and ask for the 56 days credit, this amazon deal give me at least 3 months, which is more than 56 days
Great timing, was looking for some large appliances. Is dishwasher and tumble dryers eligible for this offer please?
twist

But the card is also 0% X) ... for a longer term, with much lower initial … But the card is also 0% X) ... for a longer term, with much lower initial purchase and at any retailer for any item.


yes but after the card 0% you mention then what, then you really know what APR means lol lol

twist

Yeah, definitely benefits to purchasing on a credit card.


if you say so

and definitely what credit card companies want you to believe and propagate.
Edited by: "rasdonny" 21st Apr 2016
rasdonny

there are other legislations that protects me and my 'loan', like distant … there are other legislations that protects me and my 'loan', like distant buying legislation, just to name one.and ask for the 56 days credit, this amazon deal give me at least 3 months, which is more than 56 days



56 days credit before the first payment...NOT the duration of the loan! The best 0% cards give 27 months...
rasdonny

there are other legislations that protects me and my 'loan', like distant … there are other legislations that protects me and my 'loan', like distant buying legislation, just to name one



Applies to all Amazon purchases regardless of how you pay. Jeez...
m5rcc

56 days credit before the first payment...NOT the duration of the loan! … 56 days credit before the first payment...NOT the duration of the loan! The best 0% cards give 27 months...


it's called - kicking the can down the road ie 27 months and then the financial pain sets in lol
rasdonny

yes but after the card 0% you mention then what, then you really know … yes but after the card 0% you mention then what, then you really know what APR means lol lol



You would pay off the debt before the end of the term, just like your loan.
rasdonny

But the card is also 0% X) ... for a longer term, with much lower initial … But the card is also 0% X) ... for a longer term, with much lower initial purchase and at any retailer for any item.yes but after the card 0% you mention then what, then you really know what APR means lol lol



Don't know if you have lost the ability to write in English, but if I have understood, the answer is no: you would simply flip onto a new 0% card (or preferably pay it off in full).
Edited by: "m5rcc" 21st Apr 2016
m5rcc

Applies to all Amazon purchases regardless of how you pay. Jeez...


but still covers my 'loan' you are so against
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