Paypal 0% interest on purchases through Paypal @ eBay. Minimum spend £99 upto 12 months or £199 for upto 24 months. Spread the cost of your eBay buys with our exclusive 0% interest offer.
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Paypal 0% interest on purchases through Paypal @ eBay. Minimum spend £99 upto 12 months or £199 for upto 24 months. Spread the cost of your eBay buys with our exclusive 0% interest offer.

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LocalFound 25th Dec 2017
Buyers can apply for credit when they see an item they want to buy with the option. That’s a one-off process and subsequent purchases with credit will be quicker.

From a seller’s perspective, what’s most attractive, is that there’s no need for an opt-in. It’s just going to appear and you need not do anything. You won't get payment by instalments. You get the full payment as with any other credit card

Pay over 6-12 months on a basket more than £99
Pay over 18-24 months on a basket more than £199

Could be worth it for thise ebay sales. Better then the 4 month interest free option. Even though thats available on any purchase above £150.

Good thing about paypal is you can make a payment at any time or pay the whole lot off its up to you. Minimum payments apply

Already have PayPal Credit? All you need to do is select it at checkout and choose the instalment plan you want.

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The gift of debt
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The gift of debt
Nice one. Thanks for posting.
nbgrobbo25 m ago

The gift of debt


Who would have a better credit rating? Someone with no debt ever or someone with a few lines of credit?
Credit is not always bad, I have credit. I also have the money to pay it all off if I wanted but I would rather pay no interest to borrow while keeping (the admittedly tiny interest) on my savings.
gr13404 m ago

Who would have a better credit rating? Someone with no debt ever or …Who would have a better credit rating? Someone with no debt ever or someone with a few lines of credit?Credit is not always bad, I have credit. I also have the money to pay it all off if I wanted but I would rather pay no interest to borrow while keeping (the admittedly tiny interest) on my savings.


Or better still, use a 34 months 0% purchases credit card to extend it even futher.
I can’t see anything which states 12/24 month interest free period. The only offer i can see is the old one

0% interest for 4 months when you spend £150 or more.*
When you spend £150 or more in one go with PayPal Credit, you get 0% interest for 4 months on that purchase. The great thing is, you can use this offer again and again – every time you spend £150 or more.
You can choose how to pay the balance – but you’ll still need to make the minimum payment each month. You’ll pay no interest if you pay the purchase off in full within 4 months.
Just as you’ve spent a fortune on Christmas. The consumer wringer tries to squeeze a wee bit more out of you.

Great if there is something you’ve been planning on buying.
shubyz49 m ago

I can’t see anything which states 12/24 month interest free period. The o …I can’t see anything which states 12/24 month interest free period. The only offer i can see is the old one0% interest for 4 months when you spend £150 or more.*When you spend £150 or more in one go with PayPal Credit, you get 0% interest for 4 months on that purchase. The great thing is, you can use this offer again and again – every time you spend £150 or more.You can choose how to pay the balance – but you’ll still need to make the minimum payment each month. You’ll pay no interest if you pay the purchase off in full within 4 months.


This. I just tested an no option other then whats stated above.
I went to buy something "Buy it now" and go for the 18 month option.

I already have paypal credit approved & it said on the item's page that you can use paypal credit.

When I went through checkout it's giving me "Your application can't be processed" and have to wait two days for paypal support to re-open.
Sigh
I checked through the exclusions and doesn't seem to be available through the app, works Web only. Might be the reason some people are finding it doesn't work
nibs4893 h, 21 m ago

I checked through the exclusions and doesn't seem to be available through …I checked through the exclusions and doesn't seem to be available through the app, works Web only. Might be the reason some people are finding it doesn't work


Think its web only but then go through TCB can't use that through the app either
I can only see 4 months interest free on purchases of £150 or more
toto1239 m ago

I can only see 4 months interest free on purchases of £150 or more


I see the 24 months option. Obviously you read above that you don't use the app?.
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