Pay Weekly on Wardrobes

Some of the most popular places to buy wardrobes are Homebuy, PicknPay, Oak Furniture Land and Littlewoods. When it comes to home furnishings, wardrobes in particular, the higher the price of the wood, the higher the price of the wardrobe. But that will not be a deterrent in buying wardrobes anymore because there are many online catalogues that wardrobes on a buy now pay later basis. Weekly options in particular are proving very popular. Customers don’t have to pay the entire amount upfront and can spread the cost over a period of time without putting themselves in a financial hole.

Oak Furniture Land, one of the biggest retail stores in the UK offers a payment scheme in which if 20% of the cost of the wardrobe is paid on the day of purchase then customers don’t have to pay anything for the next 6 - 12 months, after which, they can choose to further spread the cost or pay up all at once. CataloguesUK offers a thorough explanation of how weekly payment options work including the disadvantages to taking up such a payment method. Keep in mind that when you choose to pay weekly installments, the price of the wardrobe goes higher than the recommended retail price on account of the stores needing to show the interest guaranteed because of the delay in receiving the money each week.

All of these stores offer to take back the wardrobe and hold on to it if the customer fails to make a payment and will return it to them once they resume payment. So make sure to read the terms and conditions of the deal before getting in to one. Pay weekly options seems flawless and are becoming increasingly popular, its advantages grossly outweighing its disadvantages.