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LG OLED 55"B9 £1,041 / 65" B9 £1,441 (After 20% Credit Back) with voucher code @ Very
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LG OLED 55"B9 £1,041 / 65" B9 £1,441 (After 20% Credit Back) with voucher code @ Very

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Wow 'interest on interest'

Please only buy this deal if you have the money to one side and are going to pay it off "IN FULL" (as Martin Lewis says) before the 12 months is up.

Don't buy-now-worry-later or you could end up in some financial difficulties if this goes over the 12 month period.

Stay safe out there and enjoy saving money
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Wow 'interest on interest'

Please only buy this deal if you have the money to one side and are going to pay it off "IN FULL" (as Martin Lewis says) before the 12 months is up.

Don't buy-now-worry-later or you could end up in some financial difficulties if this goes over the 12 month period.

Stay safe out there and enjoy saving money
Very don't have any guarantees like you might have elsewhere (such as Crampton or Richer often doing 5yrs plus) so take that into account when buying. Very will likely charge extra for that cover
Will anyone price match with the 20% discount ? Or just wait till Black Friday ?
tooley187817/10/2019 14:13

Will anyone price match with the 20% discount ? Or just wait till Black …Will anyone price match with the 20% discount ? Or just wait till Black Friday ?


Places like John Lewis and Richer Sounds will only price match if they offer a similar 5 year warranty, which very don't unfortunately
If Playstation 5 wasn't releasing next year I'd consider this.
An extra £209.99 on top to purchase 4yrs extended warranty so the B9 would then be £1,651 when comparing to others with 5yr warranty. I was close to buying another then, but actually whilst it’s good, it’s not quite good enough to make me get it now. Roll on Black Friday, here’s hoping!
Edited by: "replicant69" 17th Oct
Good deal. Very.co.uk are ok as long as you pay them before the interest free period finishes, if you dont all your savings for this purchase will be wiped out.
Has anyone had a similar experience? Don't have a very account. Signed up to get this deal for the 65". They give you a £1000 limit to start with. Added the TV to the basket, went through all the steps to purchase on BNPL. Denied purchase because my credit limit wasn't high enough. Applied to get credit limit raised. Denied.

No idea why. I have really good credit rating (over 970 on Experian)

Any ideas people?
squibski17/10/2019 17:01

Has anyone had a similar experience? Don't have a very account. Signed up …Has anyone had a similar experience? Don't have a very account. Signed up to get this deal for the 65". They give you a £1000 limit to start with. Added the TV to the basket, went through all the steps to purchase on BNPL. Denied purchase because my credit limit wasn't high enough. Applied to get credit limit raised. Denied. No idea why. I have really good credit rating (over 970 on Experian) Any ideas people?


I called up. Asked for help and they said that they can't extend the credit rating until I have been a customer for around 6 months. CBA with the fuss. Closed the account with them over the phone.

Compete waste of time for me, but hopefully some other people out there that have been account holders for much longer can take advantage
squibski17/10/2019 17:12

I called up. Asked for help and they said that they can't extend the …I called up. Asked for help and they said that they can't extend the credit rating until I have been a customer for around 6 months. CBA with the fuss. Closed the account with them over the phone. Compete waste of time for me, but hopefully some other people out there that have been account holders for much longer can take advantage


Loool you apply for credit they offer you £1k but its not enough for you so you close the account even though they did a credit search could've left it open in case another offer comes up on bf.
AJ9217/10/2019 17:16

Loool you apply for credit they offer you £1k but its not enough for you …Loool you apply for credit they offer you £1k but its not enough for you so you close the account even though they did a credit search could've left it open in case another offer comes up on bf.


Yeah I'd rather not have accounts open with credit in my name just sat there for the sake of it. Makes it more difficult to get credit elsewhere if I ever need it (going to be buying a new car soon). Tbh, I have the cash and if they would just let me buy it outright for 20% off I would have done. Can't be arsed with jumping through hoops. Not worth the hassle. They're obviously happy to sell it at 20% off so why not just do that instead of trying to trap people into BNPL schemes in the hopes that they will get interest if people fail to lay it off? *Shrug*

Will just wait til black Friday to see if I can get a decent deal elsewhere instead. No loss.
squibski17/10/2019 17:23

Yeah I'd rather not have accounts open with credit in my name just sat …Yeah I'd rather not have accounts open with credit in my name just sat there for the sake of it. Makes it more difficult to get credit elsewhere if I ever need it (going to be buying a new car soon). Tbh, I have the cash and if they would just let me buy it outright for 20% off I would have done. Can't be arsed with jumping through hoops. Not worth the hassle. They're obviously happy to sell it at 20% off so why not just do that instead of trying to trap people into BNPL schemes in the hopes that they will get interest if people fail to lay it off? *Shrug*Will just wait til black Friday to see if I can get a decent deal elsewhere instead. No loss.


Agreed, leaving unused accounts open eats into your available credit so I would have done the same.
Curry’s price match??
replicant6917/10/2019 18:32

Agreed, leaving unused accounts open eats into your available credit so I …Agreed, leaving unused accounts open eats into your available credit so I would have done the same.


They said that I would have to wait six months to be able to up my credit allowance. Just let me buy the damn TV haha
squibski17/10/2019 18:56

They said that I would have to wait six months to be able to up my credit …They said that I would have to wait six months to be able to up my credit allowance. Just let me buy the damn TV haha


Won’t be long, these seem to come up on offer a lot, plus Black Friday soon.... unless interest free was your thing then it’s a loss for Very as this will eliminate a lot of potential customers interested in this.
AJ9217/10/2019 17:16

Loool you apply for credit they offer you £1k but its not enough for you …Loool you apply for credit they offer you £1k but its not enough for you so you close the account even though they did a credit search could've left it open in case another offer comes up on bf.


Ridiculously if you're under 6 months with the credit they don't extend and if it's over so many months (year?) They delete the credit account from the system without your permission with no chance of reopening that credit line so you have to apply again for a new credit line, hitting your rating again, and starting the annoying 6 month timer from scratch again.. which is enough time to forget it exists. Massive waste of time given prices not great anyway and the losses in their mark up waste the interest savings
Edited by: "muppetrider" 18th Oct
So I just got a code posted to me for £30 ‘back to you’ off £60 12mo BNPL. So used it for two games, One of which will be flogged on the bay

how long does it take for them to credit the voucher amount to the account? Want to clear it it off asap after they add it. This seems to trigger them to send you another code to spend more!
Edited by: "Jayswa" 19th Oct
65" works out at £1439.20 which is an even better bargain!!!!
sparklehedgehog20/10/2019 10:28

65" works out at £1439.20 which is an even better bargain!!!!


More you spend more you save. should have posted that instead. Will add to the description, thanks.
Posted this couple days back but those that run this site decided to move it to vouchers
Edited by: "AJ92" 20th Oct
AJ9220/10/2019 10:33

I already posted this but those that run this site moved it to vouchers …I already posted this but those that run this site moved it to vouchers


That’ll be why people like me miss it then! Thanks hukd!
sparklehedgehog20/10/2019 10:37

That’ll be why people like me miss it then! Thanks hukd!


So annoying how this site has changed
AJ9220/10/2019 10:38

So annoying how this site has changed


Yep. Taking away what it once was.
We bought this and I thought it was a good deal. We got the 12 month pay later, 20% off and a free 32’ tv too.

very.co.uk/lg-…prd
Adam_Brooke20/10/2019 10:30

More you spend more you save. should have posted that instead. Will add …More you spend more you save. should have posted that instead. Will add to the description, thanks.


Sounds like Nvidia CEO Jensen. The more you buy, the more you save. Lol
Is this HDMI 2.1
12 months warranty voted cold.
lisaloo20/10/2019 11:02

We bought this and I thought it was a good deal. We got the 12 month pay …We bought this and I thought it was a good deal. We got the 12 month pay later, 20% off and a free 32’ tv too. https://www.very.co.uk/lg-lg-75sm8610planbsp75-inch-4k-nanocell-display-with-local-dimming/1600371145.prd


Which 32" TV do you get?
AJ9220/10/2019 10:33

Posted this couple days back but those that run this site decided to move …Posted this couple days back but those that run this site decided to move it to vouchers


Get this quite alot now. Which is why I don't bother much now.
Whats the guarantee with Very? Guessing 12 months.
It is worth paying more and getting a proper warranty. One year is not long enough.
20% for furniture aswell but I'm looking for a desktop like a couple of months ago 20% credit back... anyone know if there is any codes on gaming PC or laptops or is it just tv for now?
How does the credit back work? I was reading the terms and it specify that i need to pay the cash price before the end of the BNPL period to avoid interest. Does the credit back pays towards the cash price or, i still have to pay the full price of the order but i get the value credited to my account to be used on a something else?
quertbarbie6220/10/2019 14:24

How does the credit back work? I was reading the terms and it specify that …How does the credit back work? I was reading the terms and it specify that i need to pay the cash price before the end of the BNPL period to avoid interest. Does the credit back pays towards the cash price or, i still have to pay the full price of the order but i get the value credited to my account to be used on a something else?


I am not sure how it works exactly but it's not credit back on your account to spend etc it is an amount taken straight of your credit balance so if you buy something for 1k... and get 20% off then you buy it for 1k... and it adds 1k to your account that you 'owe' in 12 months but I'm sure before that date it is auto reduced to 800 im 95% sure you dont pay the full amount you pay 20% off the price shown but the specific way it happens is not clear.
comedychris20/10/2019 14:46

I am not sure how it works exactly but it's not credit back on your …I am not sure how it works exactly but it's not credit back on your account to spend etc it is an amount taken straight of your credit balance so if you buy something for 1k... and get 20% off then you buy it for 1k... and it adds 1k to your account that you 'owe' in 12 months but I'm sure before that date it is auto reduced to 800 im 95% sure you dont pay the full amount you pay 20% off the price shown but the specific way it happens is not clear.


Yeah this is pretty much how it works. I did this for my last TV. In your example of £1k you owe them that when your order the TV but with 12 months interest free. Then a few weeks later they will credit your account with the 20% so you only owe them £800. You then have the remainder of the 12 months to pay that off. If you don't they will charge you interest (how they make their money) so make sure you pay it off.
Adam_Brooke20/10/2019 16:19

Yeah this is pretty much how it works. I did this for my last TV. In your …Yeah this is pretty much how it works. I did this for my last TV. In your example of £1k you owe them that when your order the TV but with 12 months interest free. Then a few weeks later they will credit your account with the 20% so you only owe them £800. You then have the remainder of the 12 months to pay that off. If you don't they will charge you interest (how they make their money) so make sure you pay it off.


Not looking for a tv looking for a gaming PC bought one for 2k ish 4 years ago so time for an upgrade awaiting either a good deal on one of one of these codes for credit back that works with PCs only tv and furniture this time. But I'm patient haha.

Thanks for clarification appreciate it.
comedychris20/10/2019 16:22

Not looking for a tv looking for a gaming PC bought one for 2k ish 4 years …Not looking for a tv looking for a gaming PC bought one for 2k ish 4 years ago so time for an upgrade awaiting either a good deal on one of one of these codes for credit back that works with PCs only tv and furniture this time. But I'm patient haha.Thanks for clarification appreciate it.


Haha fair enough. They do often do computing ones also so keep an eye out.
Adam_Brooke20/10/2019 16:33

Haha fair enough. They do often do computing ones also so keep an eye out.


I havnt wanted a new one but been over 4 years so mines pretty dated now but set my keywords to pc and desktop and tower etc so should find something soon thanks again. Have a goodnight mate.
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