Wrong. There is no saving of price. Finance is not counted as part of the deal usually where you purchase outright and it isn't mandatory so 0% finance is neither here nor there. If you had to buy via finance, similar to a vehicle lease deal, then 0% would be a saving and would be a deal.
Thanks for this and heat added - won't be going for it as my Macbook which i've had for years still runs smoothly
Incl an ipad price yeah they are ;)
Great way to get 40 replacement charge leads.
Not sure about that because to me it seems borrowing money you ain't got now is every bit as easy as it was then. I'm not trying to portray myself as Mr Prudent because to me the concept of paying interest on a credit card debt has always turned my guts so I've never ever done it. The day to day credit card has had its balance paid in full every month since I first got one in the 90's. Then anything big I couldn't afford at the end of the month was bought with the day to day card and then I'd get another card and do the interest free balance transfer for a year. Sounds boring but never had more than 1 big ticket item at a time I was paying off. Just because finance companies want to throw bundles of cheap credit about there's no reason to take them up on it. I honestly don't think I would ever get a good night's kip if I had cards that were maxed out, it would wreck my nut.