Gaming PC - Buy now, Pay Later

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Posted 28th Oct
Hi all, I'm looking for a new gaming PC and found a good couple of deals on here, but before I take a leap, I'm wondering if anyone knows of any gaming pc makers that have a buy now pay later option. I think Overclockers may? but I could do with another couple of options from reputable sellers.

for info, I'm not majorly technical so self build is probably a no go. so a seller that offers warranty's seems more ideal for me.
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Overclockers and Scan both have finance options.

Ebuyer - buy now pay later with Klarna
Nova tech does finance
psychedelicrenegade28/10/2019 14:08

Overclockers and Scan both have finance options.Ebuyer - buy now pay later …Overclockers and Scan both have finance options.Ebuyer - buy now pay later with Klarna


Klarna? Is that essentially a loan?
GarildoHawg28/10/2019 14:14

Klarna? Is that essentially a loan?


It's basically finance again.

I picked a random system to show how it breaks down:

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Ahh that's the type of finance I'd prefer not to touch. I'm looking for those that are deferred for 12 months and essentially 0% up until 12 months.

Or interest free...... The rarest type of finance!
Don't know if Very are any good for gaming PC's, but they do offer upto 12 months Buy Now Pay Later interest free. New customer discount also (10% for Electrical items)
Novatech do interest free payments over 6 months on anything costing over £800

Alternatively you could look for a interest free credit card, MBNA do one that's interest free for 26 months, on anything bought in the first 60 days.

moneysavingexpert.com/cre…ds/

Cant say I know anywhere that has buy now pay later.
0% purchase credit card
GarildoHawg28/10/2019 14:30

Ahh that's the type of finance I'd prefer not to touch. I'm looking for …Ahh that's the type of finance I'd prefer not to touch. I'm looking for those that are deferred for 12 months and essentially 0% up until 12 months.Or interest free...... The rarest type of finance!



pcspecialist.co.uk/ this site does that and custom builds
deeky28/10/2019 14:59

Honestly, I wouldn't recommend Very for anything. You're only leaving …Honestly, I wouldn't recommend Very for anything. You're only leaving yourself open to hatred from disgruntled customers.


That's fine doesn't dictate that OP wouldn't want to look into it. I myself had an early pre-order never get fulfilled. All other orders I've made with them went without problem, and with substantial discount
Some of those reviews for Very are awful, and the fact a few have been reported by Very.... That doesn't seem quite right!
Got mine from Chillblast.com a couple of years ago. They have a few payment options & I've been pleased with the machine.
jco8328/10/2019 15:17

That's fine doesn't dictate that OP wouldn't want to look into it. I …That's fine doesn't dictate that OP wouldn't want to look into it. I myself had an early pre-order never get fulfilled. All other orders I've made with them went without problem, and with substantial discount


Of course. I've said this time and again - I'm sure there are many, many people who have had trouble-free shopping with Very, however I have personally suffered a horrendous experience with them, very much similar to the ones you see multiple times a day on Trustpilot, and I feel that if I don't at least warn any prospective, new customers of the perils that could befall them if they deal with Very, then I am doing them a disservice.
GarildoHawg28/10/2019 15:18

Some of those reviews for Very are awful


Much like the pitiful comments from Very, feigning concern when in actual fact all they do is send a link to the live chat team at Very, where the very people who have posted reviews will have already spent countless hours.
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