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NEW Sony Financing Card backed by GE?

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Has this card always existed? Curious because I received an e-mail from best buy about Sony's new TV which by the way looks AMAZING looking at all the features it has. Anyway so I then went to SONY.com and clicked their rewards program which is free and requires no HP or credit check of any kind since its like having a Albertsons Savings card, But then I noticed the Sony Financing card, and its backed by GE. Anyone have this card? Or was it just launched by GE that I never noticed it? Just thought I'd bring it up, lately Ive been obsessed in checking up on their new gadgets and items.

https://store.sony.com/c/Special-Financing-Offers/en/c/sony_ge_financing

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Just read that is says"The new card from GE Capital" Thats awesome!!!

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Wow I also just noticed that its APR is 29.99% "GINKIES!! said Velma" Its all good if you pay it full when purchasing something like the XBR 4K Ultra HD TV SeriesSmiley Tongue

By the way this is the new TV im talking about :https://store.sony.com/c/S_4KTV/en/c/S_4KTV

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I have the SonyCard backed by GE. I opened it last month when I fell for the 0% for 36 mo offer. They pulled Exp and I def plan to pay it off away before the 36 mo cause the reg APR is 29%! 😳😁

Btw I did not want the Cap 1 Visa cause I thought I'd continue to use it since it was a Visa
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Re: Sony Financing Card backed by GE?

Yeah, it looks like a new product. They have another product, the Sony Card Visa, which has been around for a long time. Its backed my Capital One, however.

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LMAO we posted it at the same time!!!^^^^^

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BearsAndTurtlesRtheBest wrote:

Wow I also just noticed that its APR is 29.99% "GINKIES!! said Velma" Its all good if you pay it full when purchasing something like the XBR 4K Ultra HD TV SeriesSmiley Tongue

By the way this is the new TV im talking about :https://store.sony.com/c/S_4KTV/en/c/S_4KTV


Holy crap! A TV with a starting price of $25,000?! I didn't even know such TVs existed! New car territory!

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The 4 K is nice but not that nice! I was like, you gotta be kidding!?!
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I would go for the $4,999. And even that is still pricey for a TV that can collapse and break with the unexpected HUGE earthquake to hit us in California anytime soon. NAH ill pass for now. Smiley Happy

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09Lexie wrote:
The 4 K is nice but not that nice! I was like, you gotta be kidding!?!

I'd max out most of my credit cards just to purchase that! Smiley Surprised

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