Get Interest FREE Credit while you can
Take it Away gives you Interest FREE credit for musical instruments up to £2000. The scheme will change early April and will only be accessible for 18-25 year olds...so if you are older than 25 get in quick.
Take it Away gives you Interest FREE credit for musical instruments of up to £2000. The scheme will change early April and will only be accessible for 18-25 year olds...so if you are older than 25 get in quick and take advantage while you can.
If you are over 18 years old and a permanent UK resident, you can apply for a loan of up to £2000 completely interest FREE!* The loan is repaid over 9 equal monthly installments with a 10% deposit paid on the day of purchase.
What can I buy with the Take it Away Scheme?
The scheme will allow customers to apply for a loan from £100 to £2,000 for musical instruments such as guitars, drums, violins, wind instruments, pianos and keyboards etc.
Although you cannot buy amplifiers or PA systems and the like on their own with Take it Away, you can include equipment and services such as amplifiers, music stands, sheet music and tuition as part of your loan as long as it includes a playable instrument.
How do I apply?
- Come into any of our stores and choose your instrument and accessories
- We ask you a few qustions about yourself and enter the details into our system for authorisation
- If successful, we complete the agreement and take the deposit
- You take you new instrument home!
What do I need to bring?
- A credit or debit card in the name of the person applying for the loan to pay your deposit with
- Your bank account details to set up the direct debit
- Choose an instrument worth £300
- Pay a £30 deposit and take the instrument home with you
- Pay a further 9 payments of £30 via direct debit
- Total amount payable £300
To apply online
Simply add the items you are interested in to your shopping basket and once you have reached the minimum spend for online credit of £280 you will be able to specify your deposit and see how much your monthly repayments will be from your basket. CLICK HERE for more info on online credit.
10th March 2011