Interest Free on a TV

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Found 12th May 2015
Looking to purchase a new TV around £2k.

Does anybody know any companies offering interest free?

AO do 19.9% and Currys do a 6 months buy now pay later.
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Argos do interest free...length of time is dependant on price of item
Just looked at a £2k TV and they offer 12 months interest free
Amazing stuff! Shame it's out of stock for delivery to my house
Edited by: "RhysBev" 12th May 2015
Would it not be easiest to apply/get a zero percent credit card and then purchase said set from the cheapest supplier??? I know some zero percents can be up to 18 months...
Very.co.uk.
why do you need a £2k tv?
Why bother, the time you've paid it of, your tv will be outdated and undesirable, and you'll probably end up just wanting the next technologicaly advanced tv.
You'll end up wanting every new apple product eventually!!!
Apogee00

why do you need a £2k tv?



I thought the same - it's all about the 4k these days
T.V on finance? If you can't afford it, don't buy it!
andyb83

T.V on finance? If you can't afford it, don't buy it!


What like a house?
MIDURIX

What like a house?



Thats a little different now isn't it?
andyb83

Thats a little different now isn't it?



Agreed, stupid comment
kjcoolcat

I thought the same - it's all about the 4k these days


What 4k. none on free-sat, free-view, sky, BT, virgin, etc etc. I would wait a year or so and save your money. when it becomes more popular get it then, also the prices of 4k TV's will have come down.
cornishscouse

What 4k. none on free-sat, free-view, sky, BT, virgin, etc etc. I would … What 4k. none on free-sat, free-view, sky, BT, virgin, etc etc. I would wait a year or so and save your money. when it becomes more popular get it then, also the prices of 4k TV's will have come down.



I think you missed the joke
andyb83

Thats a little different now isn't it?


Like a credit card?
andyb83

T.V on finance? If you can't afford it, don't buy it!



Just because people get something on finance does not mean they can't afford it, it simply means they do not want to wait and save up for the next year to get it.

What is the difference between interest free and saving the money and buying it outright? As long as you have a secure job then there is no difference at all. It just means you get the item a year quicker with interest free which is a good thing.
Edited by: "NEtech" 13th May 2015
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