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Roku 3 £39.99 at Isme by combining sale price with voucher code (normal RRP £99.99)
Roku 3 £39.99 at Isme by combining sale price with voucher code (normal RRP £99.99)

Roku 3 £39.99 at Isme by combining sale price with voucher code (normal RRP £99.99)

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I hope this helps others save as much as I did, the Roku 3 is currently on sale for 69.99, but I saved a further 30 quid by adding a voucher code 4KN3K (this was shared by 'ploppyjim')

INSTRUCTIONS: only available on your first credit order.Simply copy the Isme promo codes, make your purchase and then enter the promo codes in the box provided at the basket checkout stage.

I got mine today and am over the moon at the fantastic saving.

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its currently Now £79.00

tempted to go for it, however I rarely use my roku 2 as it stands

Good find.

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Darn, it was 69.99 a couple of days ago

So you have to open a credit account with them?

I'm getting this
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NEtech

So you have to open a credit account with them?



looks like


[i]All about your ISME Account...

To help you get the most from your account we've explained some useful things for you.If you've got any questions or require further information on any aspect of your account, please email us on [email protected]shopdirect.com or give us a ring on 0844 811 8112*.

Your account is to be used to shop with us or other businesses we deal with, through our catalogues and websites. You can spread the cost of anything you buy simply by paying the regular minimum payment. From time to time we also offer options to avoid paying interest or to make payments more manageable. These options include the Take 3 option. If this applies you can use it to avoid paying interest on qualifying items. We may also offer Interest-Opt-Out deals and other special promotions on selected items, including buy-now- pay-later promotions (BNPL). BNPL offers will normally be interest bearing unless you pay for the item in full before the end of the BNPL deferred period, but if you do so you won't have to pay any interest on that transaction. Some BNPL offers may not incur interest in the BNPL deferred period. You can find out more about how these offers work below. Each of these options will only apply to your account if we have specifically told you so. We will tell you which orders they can be used for, together with any special promotional and BNPL offers, in our books, websites and advertising.

You'll get a statement every 4 weeks, which will list your orders, payments and returns during that 4 week statement period, and will tell you what your next minimum payment will be, and, if applicable, the optional Take 3 Payment. You must make at least the minimum payment by the date shown, which is currently 20 days after the date of the statement.

The minimum payment on balances will be £5 or 7% whichever is greater or the full current balance if less than £5. Any insurance premiums or extra charges will be added to this minimum payment. You can of course pay as much as you want to, including the full balance or, if applicable, the optional Take 3 Payment. There's more about this below.

If it is available on your account Take 3 lets you avoid paying interest on your orders. If it is available, it will normally apply to everything you buy using the account, apart from orders made using BNPL, Interest Opt-Out, and promotional rates, although we may also sometimes exclude other transactions from Take 3. We'll let you know if that's the case.

If your statement shows a Take 3 Payment and you make this payment by the date shown, then no interest will be charged on your Take 3 Transactions, or on items bought using Interest-Opt-Out, when you get your next statement.

It's very important to note that if you always want to avoid paying any interest on Take 3 and Interest-Opt-Out purchases, you must pay the full Take 3 Payment for every consecutive statement. If you don't the Take 3 Facility will cease to apply to all previous Take 3 Transactions, and the outstanding balance for all Take 3 Transactions included in your previous statement will be charged interest at the standard rate from the start of that statement period (or the date of purchase for any items bought in the preceding statement period). Any Interest-Opt-Out amounts charged to the account in that time will be charged interest at the standard rate from the start of that statement period. So, to get the most from Take 3 and Interest-Opt-Out, you should make sure you always pay the Take 3 Payment shown on every statement.

If a Take 3 Payment is shown on a statement it is a combination of: (i) the minimum payment; (ii) any insurance premiums due; (iii) the optional payment in respect of any balance on Take 3 Transactions as described below; and (iv) any optional payment in respect of any Interest Opt-Out purchases as described below.

The optional payment for any items on Take 3 will be calculated as follows: on the first statement after a new Take 3 Transaction the optional payment will be one third of the cost. On the second statement it will be one half of the remaining balance for that transaction and on the third it will be the full remaining balance of that Transaction. But if you don't pay the full Take 3 Payment on any statement then the outstanding balance for each Take 3 Transaction will move out of Take 3 to the standard interest rate and your Take 3 Facility will be reset to zero until you make another qualifying purchase to start it from fresh again. Once a Take 3 Transaction has moved out of Take 3 it cannot move back in.

Items on Interest-Opt-Out are charged to your account in equal instalments for each statement in the chosen period. For example, if an item costing £600 is bought on 6 months Interest-Opt-Out, £100 will be charged to your account for each of 6 successive statement periods. One third of this will then be the optional payment used to calculate the Take 3 Payment which will be shown on your statement. If you have more than one item on Interest-Opt-Out the balances are combined and an adjusted optional payment is calculated in the same way as we do for Take 3, as described above.

For all balances which don't relate to Take 3 or Interest Opt-Out purchases, or for balances which have stopped being eligible for Take 3, we'll work the interest out on the average daily balance at the standard rate and applied to the account every 28 days.

Sometimes we may offer you reduced interest rates (called Promotional Interest Rates) on certain purchases. We'll advertise the full details of these promotional offers, including the items to which they apply, the period they last and any special conditions. We'll charge interest at the Promotional Interest Rate on the outstanding balance in respect of items made on promotional offers for the period of the offer. After the end of that period we will charge interest at the standard rate. However, as these rates are special offers, they are conditional on you keeping to the terms of the account. If you don't we may withdraw any Promotional Interest Rates and charge interest at the standard rate on the full outstanding balance.

To make the most of our BNPL offers, it is important that you understand how and when we charge interest on them. Selected transactions may be available on one of the following BNPL offers;If the offer does not attract interest during the deferred period the BNPL transaction will be charged to your account on the order date and will become due for payment on the first statement for which the payment due date occurs after the end of the deferred period. The BNPL transaction will become liable for interest and payment, but no interest will accrue on the purchase until after the end of the deferred period. If you pay the cash price of your BNPL transaction before the expiry of the deferred period, you will not be required to pay any interest.

If the offer does attract interest during the deferred period, interest will accrue from the date of order. The BNPL transaction will be charged to your account on the order date and will become due for payment on the first statement for which the payment due date occurs after the end of the deferred period. The BNPL transaction will become liable for interest and payment after the end of the deferred period. If the BNPL transaction is not repaid in full by the first payment due date after the end of the deferred period the accrued interest will be charged to your account.

If you don't want to pay interest on either offer, you must pay the full price of the relevant transaction and notify us that you are making payment specifically on your BNPL transaction. You can do this by targeting a payment online through My Account or contacting us on 0844 811 8112*. The payment must clear the BNPL transaction in full by the due date shown on your statement.If you are not sure how buy now pay later offers work please call us on the above number.

We apply each payment to different balances and transactions on your account in a particular order. If you don't pay at least the minimum payment, this can mean that higher interest balances don't get repaid as quickly as planned, and you end up paying more interest. As there are lots of options on our account, there are a number of stages and ways in how we do this. Full details are contained in the information sheet we send you and your agreement. We'd like you to read these carefully and please contact us on the above number if you need to find out more, or aren't sure about anything.

We do have a right to vary the terms of the agreement, including interest rates, the payment due date and the way the minimum payment and Take 3 Payment are worked out. We'll give you plenty of notice in advance of any change which isn't to your benefit, so you can pay off the balance before it takes effect if you aren't happy. Details of this are also in your agreement.

We may put your statements and any other notices that we wish to send to you, or are required by law to send to you, such as notice of sums in arrears and notice of default sum, in the Transaction History of My Account on our website (or such other secure electronic location as we may notify to you). We will send you an e-mail to let you know when we do this. You agree that you consent to receive statements and notices in this way. Statements and notices will remain in My Account for up to 12 months after posting. We would recommend that you print off or save a copy and keep it secure.

It's very important that you pay at least the minimum payment shown on every statement when it's due. If you're late we'll have to add account charges. Details of these are in your information sheet and agreement. We know you don't plan to miss any payments but sometimes things don't go as expected in life, and we don't want these charges to b

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NEtech

So you have to open a credit account with them?



I'm not bothering but there is the option to pay in full on your card.

Original Poster

Yes you can pay it off in full straight after the purchase, so no need to be held to a credit company. I'm not sure that it would have expired already. When you set it up it adds as credit to your account that then is taken from the purchase


NSTRUCTIONS: only available on your first credit order. I know isme had a crap reputation but I used the code to get a ps4 bundle for 269 yesterday. So I'm happy enough. The discount is applied as a credit to your account rather than as money off.

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Good price for the Roku 3.

I purchased the streaming stick from Amazon USA for £27 including all import fees last month. That's a good deal too if you want the spec of the Roku 3 but want it to be more portable.

musicman

Good price for the Roku 3.I purchased the streaming stick from Amazon USA … Good price for the Roku 3.I purchased the streaming stick from Amazon USA for £27 including all import fees last month. That's a good deal too if you want the spec of the Roku 3 but want it to be more portable.



which model streaming stick?
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