MSI Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 Armor 8Gb OC GDDR5 - £394.99 @ Very
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MSI Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 Armor 8Gb OC GDDR5 - £394.99 @ Very

£539.99Very Deals
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Found 26th Apr 2017
Get 10% off for new customer and another 10% credit on your account if you get on a pay later deal. 12 months no interest deal. ENDS 4th May 2017

Get another £43 off from MSI with the Cashback they are offering at the moment too. ENDS 14th may 2017

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£394 in the end with a Free game - Claim via Serial Number on GEforce site

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Very tho
What's wrong with Very?
It's credit, the "money off" is usually paid back onto your credit account, and they're very good at backing out of deals.
I've done these sort of deals with Very before, and they do happily pay the 10% towards the credit on your account, but they generally don't stack offers sadly. It is a lot of hassle when you can get a brand new card from Amazon HERE for around £420, with no need for cashback, account credits and discount codes.

It's still a good deal, but I can't say I'd want to risk it for about £25 saving.
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Uncommon.Sense

I've done these sort of deals with Very before, and they do happily pay … I've done these sort of deals with Very before, and they do happily pay the 10% towards the credit on your account, but they generally don't stack offers sadly. It is a lot of hassle when you can get a brand new card from Amazon HERE for around £420, with no need for cashback, account credits and discount codes.It's still a good deal, but I can't say I'd want to risk it for about £25 saving.


I like the MSI brand. That was the other thing. Also i received my credit and paying for it monthly which might suit some people the ability to afford such a card.
BiggyWoo

I like the MSI brand. That was the other thing. Also i received my credit … I like the MSI brand. That was the other thing. Also i received my credit and paying for it monthly which might suit some people the ability to afford such a card.



Point taken, but unless you are taking advantage of the 0% BNPL, the ability to 'afford' this card only on a credit basis would worry me from a financial point of view.

Don't get me wrong I am a big fan of credit where you are the winner, and paying nothing for the privilege but actually holding on to your capital longer, but by the time you paid of this card it would be worth less than the balance outstanding.
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Uncommon.Sense

Point taken, but unless you are taking advantage of the 0% BNPL, the … Point taken, but unless you are taking advantage of the 0% BNPL, the ability to 'afford' this card only on a credit basis would worry me from a financial point of view.Don't get me wrong I am a big fan of credit where you are the winner, and paying nothing for the privilege but actually holding on to your capital longer, but by the time you paid of this card it would be worth less than the balance outstanding.


Hi

Which it is, the 12 months 0% BNPL. People do have to rely on credit sometimes to "afford" higher end gaming components. My apologies if this would cause a worry to you.
The point Uncommon.Sense is trying to make, I think, is that you shouldn't rely on credit to buy a graphics card - you don't "need" a graphics card, so getting into debt just to own one, seems a bit daft.

But who needs to be responsible, when credit is thrown at us left right and centre? X)
I always vote cold on very deals where the cheapness is only based on you getting money off as a new customer.
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