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ShopTo Finance now live

You've pre-ordered your consoles in anticipation of their launch and you've also been asking when ShopTo's previously announced finance options will go live so that you can spread the cost of your console, accessories and games.

Well the answer is now.

Yes that's correct. You can now head into your account and choose the option to spread the cost of your pre-order, making the choice you have made a little easier on the wallet. It may also free up some cash so that you can buy your other half/mum/dad something nice for Xmas.

What's great about finance is that you can add as many products as you want in the finance basket that have the same release date and you can finance the whole amount... so let's say you have an Xbox one bundle but you want to add few extra games,  you can and you will see that for few Pounds extra per month you can have a bit extra. You'll also be able to add and remove items from the finance basket before you apply and check how much the cost is per month. It's well worth checking how much it'll cost if you decide to add a few more items too, as it could be that for a few extra pennies you get that game you really wanted but thought you couldn't afford.

If you have ordered both consoles, then because they have different release dates you can make two different finance contracts, allowing you to purchase both consoles, games and accessories without having to pay a lot of money up front.

What's not to love about that?

If you're interested in purchasing your pre-order with finance then head over to your account now and select the appropriate option.

Get more details on ShopTo Finance here.

Edited On 22 Oct, 2013

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DARKST4R's avatar
DARKST4R 3 years ago
i have to say as a new added feature for shopto that is decent!! might actually use this later in the future...
DynamiteWhyte's avatar
DynamiteWhyte 3 years ago
Didn't they originally say it was going to be interest free on the new consoles? Now it's like 20+%
 TruDarkAssassin's avatar
TruDarkAssassin 3 years ago
seems another way to fall in to debt , living beyond peoples means
cummings's avatar
cummings 3 years ago
Any idea how close. To launch I can use finance as would like to wait for reviews etc before committing to any games
Danny_936's avatar
Danny_936 3 years ago
i totally agree with KRATOS 20, why cant people just save up? like the good old fashioned why? (gee's i sound old but im only in my early 20's) like i did, i saved up £700 over the course of 4 months and i'm happy i did, wish i did the same for my contract phone :( sad face
Im Going Space's avatar
Im Going Space 3 years ago
Ah, i was naively hoping that i could do it in two halves. that sucks.

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