It’s that time of year when the big names churn out new TVs that offer greater performance than ever. New releases with latest techy features like just out of a Star Trek movie and amazing 3DTVs are for sale sooner than we thought. All this is great news if you’re flush with money but it wasn’t that long ago we were paying off our friendly flexible friend with the Christmas bills.
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This is the time when a little help comes in handy with especially when there isn’t that long before kick off.
Today, Home shopping catalogues with low weekly payment options have long been a favourite with families and are going from strength to strength.
You’ll find more than everyday essentials at the online catalogues.
At any other time of year there wouldn’t be an urgency to buy a new Full HDTV that delivers spectacular pictures and handles fast moving scenes to perfection. But with the World Cup just around the corner it’s a whole different ball game!
There has been plenty of talk about what is is the best TV to buy for watching the World Cup but it will inevitably be down to how much do we can afford to pay. There has already been an array of TVs coming through with 100Hz technology offering smoother images in fast moving scenes such as football plus super screen sizes to blow your mind.
You’ll soon discover the 2010 new TVs from the big players Sony, Samsung, Toshiba, Philips and LG. You can filter by brand, or narrow your search by price range to see a range of LCD TVS and Plasma TVs on offer.
Look out for great deals where you can save on the latest TVs. It gets even better when you consider the interest free payments spread into easy installments. Anyone new to online shopping catalogues will be pleasantly surprised at the flexible terms available on top names and latest TV models.
The latest massive price cuts can happen at any time of the year not just in the January sales. There is always a bargain to be found and the offer pages highlights the month’s newest offers in TVs, furniture fashion etc. The TV sales are a great way to buy that extra TV especially for the non footy fans who want to watch their own programmes.
You can buy a great Toshiba HD Ready TV reduced by £200 on sale at under £400 as a spare TV. If you like the idea of a TV package deal you can save money with the Philips 32 LCD TV and an impressive home theatre kit and pay weekly for it. Choose either 20 weekly interest free payments or spread the cost over 104 or 156 weeks and pay around 29.9% on the balance.
Best of all shopping with online catalogues gives you the flexibility to manage you finances in a way that suits you. The Buy Now Pay Later (BNPL) is another option worth considering if you must have that TV now. As long as you pay within a year there will be no interest added.
You now have the means to buy the best TV for the biggest sporting event in the World so what will it be? Out at the end of the month the Sony Bravia KDL60EX703U 60-inch Widescreen Full HD 1080p LED TV sports 100Hz technology with Freeview HD and is Wi-Fi Ready.
Look out for the Buy One Get One Free Offer: Buy a Samsung 40inch Full HD Freeview LCD TV and get a 19 inch Samsung Free. This has just been reduced by £100.