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the 20percent off can be used with the bnpl but not free delivery. This works out better if you spend more than £25

Thanks just used the free delivery...h & r

i just got a leaflet today for bnp feb 10 from great universal but i threw it away by accident - do you think its this code???

as im about to move out of my mums and need to start again (left all my household items with the wife when we split) so i was thinking of getting a TV, Fridge Freezer, Washer Dryer, Bed and Sofa from a catalogue, but since i cant afford it now i can get it on bnp next february, giving me a year to save it up. my worry is that they will want to add a bucketload of interest - is this right as there site says order over a certain amount can be 52 weeks interest free. anyway i hope someone can clarify.

stingersplash;4170023

i just got a leaflet today for bnp feb 10 from great universal but i … i just got a leaflet today for bnp feb 10 from great universal but i threw it away by accident - do you think its this code???as im about to move out of my mums and need to start again (left all my household items with the wife when we split) so i was thinking of getting a TV, Fridge Freezer, Washer Dryer, Bed and Sofa from a catalogue, but since i cant afford it now i can get it on bnp next february, giving me a year to save it up. my worry is that they will want to add a bucketload of interest - is this right as there site says order over a certain amount can be 52 weeks interest free. anyway i hope someone can clarify.



I hope i dont sound awful when i say 'dont do it!!'
Ask on freecycle and try to get what you can free first before you go into debt? just set up a friend's son in the same situation...and you will need your dosh to fund your new social life! lol
I think the interest starts at the end of the interest free period so you will have to put money aside to pay back then? and thats a LOT of money to save in a year! and catalogue companies are not cheap..

louloo;4170399

I hope i dont sound awful when i say 'dont do it!!'Ask on freecycle and … I hope i dont sound awful when i say 'dont do it!!'Ask on freecycle and try to get what you can free first before you go into debt? just set up a friend's son in the same situation...and you will need your dosh to fund your new social life! lolI think the interest starts at the end of the interest free period so you will have to put money aside to pay back then? and thats a LOT of money to save in a year! and catalogue companies are not cheap..



ok cheers louloo - i went through and yeah i can delay payment for 1 year, but then unless you pay it all off (£1300) then you have to spread over 2 years and pay loads of interest.

ill look at freecycle, also a local charity shop sells sofas and things like that. i might wait until i buy a TV. its the fact that a bed and washing machine, fridge/freezer are neccesary things. my folks helped out when i moved out with my wife in 2003 and now its 2009 and the economic climate means i dont think thy can help even if they wanted to.

as for money for my social life, lol i dont really have one - i keep myself to myself and while others spend money on drink, drugs and ciggies im spending it on dvds, games and stuff for a house. im almost 28 but im more like 58 in my attitude lol.
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