Samsung UE40MU6400 40" Smart 4K HDR TV -Silver ( 6 Payments of £71.50 % APR ) £429 @ AO.com
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Samsung UE40MU6400 40" Smart 4K HDR TV -Silver ( 6 Payments of £71.50 % APR ) £429 @ AO.com

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Found 22nd FebEdited by:"Nightmare101"
0% Finance for 6 months Interest free credit available on this product.

APR 0%

6 Payments of £71.50

Total payable £429.00



1.5% TOPCASHBACK = £6.43


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Misleading price.. Its not £71.50 as stated on header
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Dont forget to add the £29 admin free for the interest free option if you go for it. Or see step three
Step Three
After 6 months, you can choose to pay in full, with a £29 admin fee, or spread the cost over 42 months.
danskis7 m ago

Dont forget to add the £29 admin free for the interest free option if you …Dont forget to add the £29 admin free for the interest free option if you go for it. Or see step threeStep ThreeAfter 6 months, you can choose to pay in full, with a £29 admin fee, or spread the cost over 42 months.


You can't read can you ? Show me where £29 is a must with what I have posted.
Had the 50" one and sent it back due to poor picture quality.
Nightmare10122nd Feb

You can't read can you ? Show me where £29 is a must with what I have …You can't read can you ? Show me where £29 is a must with what I have posted.


Well if you purchase the tv and pay straight away you will pay £429, however as posted by the other poster, if you spread it over 6 months interest free you will pay a £29 admin fee at the end on top, unless you decide to spread the payment over a longer time where you don't pay the fee but will get charged interest and pay over £600 for the same tv.

It's very clear if you go to 6months free and see details.
Misleading price.. Its not £71.50 as stated on header
If you can't afford it, don't buy it.
james420411 h, 25 m ago

Misleading price.. Its not £71.50 as stated on header


It is badly presented, but anyone who thought it was £71.50 should be sectioned.
ezzer724 m ago

It is badly presented, but anyone who thought it was £71.50 should be …It is badly presented, but anyone who thought it was £71.50 should be sectioned.


Plenty of mispriced items appear on this site.
donthasslethe5 m ago

Plenty of mispriced items appear on this site.


Popular items with 84% off?
Mabbs12 m ago

If you can't afford it, don't buy it.


Qué? That sounds like an uneducated view.

If a purchase can be made on 0% why would you do it any other way? I bought my TV on buy now pay later terms. I could have paid £500 up front, but instead I put £500 in my 3% savings account for a year.
Nightmare10122nd Feb

You can't read can you ? Show me where £29 is a must with what I have …You can't read can you ? Show me where £29 is a must with what I have posted.


Thats right i cant read, but what of it! Still i am smart enough to know the terms and conditions of their finance offers.
Go here
ao.com/help-and-advice/help-with-my-order/finance

And if you dont understand it ask your mummy or daddy!
Edited by: "danskis" 22nd Feb
I get all the other reasons to bash this deal... but nobody has pointed out that it's actually not even a very good price at the cheapest possible final cost here?

Only a quick Google finds it cheaper at multiple other sites, such as:
shop.bt.com/pro…BwE

If I was desperate to spend £429 on this model, I'd spend it at John Lewis (same price) and get the 5 year guarantee.

This deal is spectacuarly cold.
COLD AF
wow its really cold down here lol
I saw £71.50 in the header and thought this TV is being sold at sensible price finally.
Edited by: "Smadmad" 22nd Feb
Mabbs22nd Feb

If you can't afford it, don't buy it.


Voted hot, just to counter this idiotic point of view.

I can only assume Mabbs has no debt whatsoever to make a comment like that.
ezzer724 h, 3 m ago

Popular items with 84% off?


Yer. Wasn’t there an Xbox one with COD sold for £50 not too long ago
My bad, I was meant to remove the price and leave it as it was optional. Secondly, there is no settlement fee as others have mentioned it. Thirdly, maybe some of you who actually thought TV's price to be this low, have lost their mind.
Nightmare10122nd Feb

My bad, I was meant to remove the price and leave it as it was optional. …My bad, I was meant to remove the price and leave it as it was optional. Secondly, there is no settlement fee as others have mentioned it. Thirdly, maybe some of you who actually thought TV's price to be this low, have lost their mind.


OK, all the crap aside...
This isn't even the cheapest available price for this TV?
once_upon_a_tyne2 m ago

OK, all the crap aside...This isn't even the cheapest available price for …OK, all the crap aside...This isn't even the cheapest available price for this TV?


yeah true I just checked the one from BT website. Oh well, maybe the 6 months interest free paym has got some votes, up to the voters.
Nightmare10122nd Feb

yeah true I just checked the one from BT website. Oh well, maybe the 6 …yeah true I just checked the one from BT website. Oh well, maybe the 6 months interest free paym has got some votes, up to the voters.


But even that's not a particuarly incredible deal, it was just a fast answer from page one of Google.
There's LOADs of sites selling it for the price you've found, much stronger retailers such as John Lewis.

It's been cheaper.

As for the "up to the voters"... are you spamming your own thread? This has -471 and counting, it's an absolutely woeful deal.
Is this now out of stock?
Smadmad50 m ago

Is this now out of stock?


no
£399 @BTshop. £429 Richersounds with 6 years warranty last time I checked.
Nightmare10122nd Feb

no


Oh ok. Only it was showing as expired. Not now tho.
Nightmare10122nd Feb

My bad, I was meant to remove the price and leave it as it was optional. …My bad, I was meant to remove the price and leave it as it was optional. Secondly, there is no settlement fee as others have mentioned it. Thirdly, maybe some of you who actually thought TV's price to be this low, have lost their mind.


Your right it is referred to as an admin fee. Did you not bother checking the terms and conditions?
danskis30 m ago

Your right it is referred to as an admin fee. Did you not bother checking …Your right it is referred to as an admin fee. Did you not bother checking the terms and conditions?


if you did make a little bit of an effort, you would have seen where it applies and where it doesn't instead of making false claims and making it part of the deal I have posted above.
once_upon_a_tyne2 h, 13 m ago

But even that's not a particuarly incredible deal, it was just a fast …But even that's not a particuarly incredible deal, it was just a fast answer from page one of Google.There's LOADs of sites selling it for the price you've found, much stronger retailers such as John Lewis.It's been cheaper.As for the "up to the voters"... are you spamming your own thread? This has -471 and counting, it's an absolutely woeful deal.


It does not has to be an incredible deal to your standards, you don't have to justify your position now by basing it on the number of down votes. I clearly know what went wrong, there are handful of better retailers that's a fact.
danskis10 h, 46 m ago

Dont forget to add the £29 admin free for the interest free option if you …Dont forget to add the £29 admin free for the interest free option if you go for it. Or see step threeStep ThreeAfter 6 months, you can choose to pay in full, with a £29 admin fee, or spread the cost over 42 months.


step 3 doesn't apply to what I have posted, it's your negligence and stupidity that's showing up strong right now boy.
danskis7 h, 24 m ago

Thats right i cant read, but what of it! Still i am smart enough to know …Thats right i cant read, but what of it! Still i am smart enough to know the terms and conditions of their finance offers. Go here ao.com/help-and-advice/help-with-my-order/financeAnd if you dont understand it ask your mummy or daddy!


your head is not allowing you for your brain to operate functionally. You are posting stupidity again boy.
danskis7 h, 24 m ago

Thats right i cant read, but what of it! Still i am smart enough to know …Thats right i cant read, but what of it! Still i am smart enough to know the terms and conditions of their finance offers. Go here ao.com/help-and-advice/help-with-my-order/financeAnd if you dont understand it ask your mummy or daddy!

Nightmare10122nd Feb

step 3 doesn't apply to what I have posted, it's your negligence and …step 3 doesn't apply to what I have posted, it's your negligence and stupidity that's showing up strong right now boy.


Provide proof that step 3 does not apply to your interest free claims. I am more than happy to be wrong. The interest free terms and conditions to the offer you are referring to must be somewhere.

Not sure how you would take being wrong on the other hand. You come across as a very angry person. I obviously dont know the reason why..., but dont worry some one ... Somewhere must love you

(Hope that makes you feel better wee man x)
Edited by: "danskis" 22nd Feb
danskis2 h, 10 m ago

Provide proof that step 3 does not apply to your interest free claims. I …Provide proof that step 3 does not apply to your interest free claims. I am more than happy to be wrong. The interest free terms and conditions to the offer you are referring to must be somewhere. Not sure how you would take being wrong on the other hand. You come across as a very angry person. I obviously dont know the reason why..., but dont worry some one ... Somewhere must love you(Hope that makes you feel better wee man x)



settlement fee of £29 applies to bnpl option. The option for finance I have posted via this deal or others, you have make login go to basket and then the option shows up and reads like this:

Payment BreakdownAPR0%
Monthly payment£71.50
Total payable£429

Please note that stock won’t be allocated or delivered until your application has been accepted and electronically signed. If your selected delivery date or timeslot have passed before your electronic signature is received, we’ll contact you to arrange a new slot.

Finance Terms and Conditions

If your application is successful, you may be asked to verify your identity by authorising a 50p transaction against a credit or debit card that you own. This helps protect you and us against fraudulent finance contracts. No money will be taken from your card, the details are only used to check that they are valid and registered to your address.

Pay on Finance for interest-bearing credit products are available over 12, 24, 36 or 48 months, subject to status. From time to time, we may offer an interest-free credit product over 6 or 12 month terms, at our discretion. To be eligible to apply for finance, you must be 18 or older, in regular employment and have been a UK resident for more than 3 years. Other conditions may apply and we cannot guarantee that your application will be accepted. Stock will not be allocated until the application has been completed and approved. We reserve the right to withdraw finance on certain products at any time. Pay on Finance is provided through the credit broker - V12 Retail Finance Limited. If successful the customer will enter into a credit agreement with either Secure Trust Bank PLC trading as V12 Retail Finance or Omni Capital Retail Finance Limited.

Should you cancel your credit agreement and have already received products from us, then you will be liable to pay us in full for the product (unless your cancellation rights apply).

As we work with two separate lenders, you may be credit checked twice during the application process
donthasslethe8 h, 24 m ago

Yer. Wasn’t there an Xbox one with COD sold for £50 not too long ago


I knew that was going to be the example, pity I couldn't place a bet on it.

A) massive one off
B) Pretty sure that still wasn't 84% off
ezzer7251 m ago

I knew that was going to be the example, pity I couldn't place a bet on …I knew that was going to be the example, pity I couldn't place a bet on it.A) massive one offB) Pretty sure that still wasn't 84% off


Ok not sure how many examples you want but thanks to this site I’ve had Bluetooth speakers for 100% off. Phone case for 100% off. Sonos set up for £600 and those are just the deals I’ve been lucky enough to come across on here. Point is misprices do occur and sometimes get honoured. I’m never one to feel those deals have to be honoured but nor do I feel I need to be ‘sectioned’ to think that they might get honoured.
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