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Best Buy Financing Changes

I could be wrong, but it looks like the Best Buy store card has changed it's 0% interest financing.  It used to be 18 mos no interest on purchases of $299 or more. Now, they are requiring $429 or more or they will only offer 0% for 6 mos and 11.9% for 48 mos.  Looks like this card will be getting a lot less use now.  :smileymad:

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Re: Best Buy Financing Changes

Correction*   6 mos 0% on all purchases totalling $149+

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Re: Best Buy Financing Changes

Still pretty great, I mean do you really need 18 months to pay off $300

 

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Re: Best Buy Financing Changes

Not really..... I just like to drag it out as long as they let me.  :smileyvery-happy:

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A balance that long would drive me nuts to see :smileywink:

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ArisGreek wrote:

A balance that long would drive me nuts to see :smileywink:


as long as it's at 0%, i don't really care how long it's there!  LMAO :smileyvery-happy:

 

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Re: Best Buy Financing Changes


laz98 wrote:

 


ArisGreek wrote:

A balance that long would drive me nuts to see :smileywink:


as long as it's at 0%, i don't really care how long it's there!  LMAO :smileyvery-happy:

 


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ArisGreek wrote:

A balance that long would drive me nuts to see :smileywink:


I hear ya. I paid off a 0% BT early because I just couldn't stand to see the thing month after month after month. :smileytongue:

 

 

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