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LCD, LED and Plasma TV's on Finance

Check out the best catalogues from which to pay monthly or weekly on a brand new TV.

Every house needs a TV and when one breaks it can make a big impact on your daily routine. So what can you do if you haven't got the funds necessary to buy a new one right away? You find a catalogue that offers TV's on credit with a spread the cost or buy now pay later option.

What to Consider when buying a TV

Before you purchase a new TV you should make sure you know what's best for your living room!

Shopping for a new TV set can be very exciting but with so many options available and with technology developing so fast, it can also be quite confusing. When you’re choosing a new TV, one of the first things to consider is screen size, which more or less depends on where you will be watching the TV and how far away you sit.

There's no point getting a 40 inch TV for your bedroom when your bed is only going to be 3 feet away from the screen. It would be a waste.

Next you should consider the type of screen - LCD, LED or Plasma? Price makes a big impact on this decision, LCD is usually the cheapest to buy, whilst new LED technology offers the clearest picture and slimmest sets. Of course by using flexible finance options such as the BNPL schemes offered by catalogues, it is possible to get the best screen without breaking the bank!

Ready to Apply?

If you already know what you're looking then get ready to apply!

Now that you are ready to apply you just need to choose your catalogue. We've made this very simply by providing an array of catalogues for you to choose. If you're still not sure about a few things then please use our easy tool navigation to the left and see if you can find the information you're looking for.

Payment Options

There are many payment options to choose from when it comes to TV's on credit.

Buy now pay later (BNPL) is a credit scheme offered by a large number of online stores and catalogues. It allows you to get the items you want immediately and pay for it at a later date. Interest rates will obviously vary depending on the store you are buying from but many stores offering televisions on BNPL have an interest free period which depends on the value of your purchase and can be as long as 24 months, but 12 months is the norm. Of course, these catalogues tend to be harder to get accepted for so if you have a poor credit rating you may want to try another.

Other finance options available when you want to buy a TV on finance include pay monthly and pay weekly schemes over an extended period of 6 months to 3 years. It is important to note that returns with electronic devices such as televisions are restricted, normally catalogue companies like Look Again will offer an approval period of 14 days where you can simply return items if you change your mind, however once televisions are unpacked and switched on, they cannot be returned unless faulty.

Televisions come with a warranty period of 1 year, but this can be extended for to up to 5 years in-store or online (note: you do not have to take the warranty offered by the store which sold you the TV, you can shop around for the best deal independently).

Read a Review

Unsure of a catalogue? Read a review about it first.

We have reviewed each and every catalogue that offers customers the chance to buy on finance. If you're still not sure which catalogue is best for you then we recommend you read our reviews of each catalogue and see which one matches your criteria.