Want your very own gym in your house? Thanks to pay weekly catalogues such as Littlewoods, Argos, and K and Co, you can satisfy all your sports needs at unbelievably low prices! Under less than £15 a week, you can set up your own gym, with treadmills starting at £5, exercise bikes at £1.6 and ellipticals at £3, multigyms at £4 a week. I know, this is what you have been waiting for! Also you can find other peripherals like protein shakes, green tea, DVDs and weights at reasonable rates. If you are more of an outdoor person, Littlewoods brings you camping gear at around £1 per week you can get camping boots, airbeds, sleeping bags, lantern sets, folding chairs and so much more. These catalogues also help you with any particular sport you might be looking for such as biking or swimming, basketball or boxing. Fishing equipment is also available.
Sometimes you need to buy something urgently and it is important. You find yourself in a fix because you may not have planned your finances accordingly. In such situations pay weekly catalogues come to your rescue. This is a great mode of shopping without spending too much at one single time. This way you can save up for future emergencies. Paying weekly ensures that you will always have money at your disposal whenever you need it. All major stores have started offering this scheme thanks to the advent of technology. You can browse their catalogues and create an account online with them by giving proofs of address and identity. These days whether you get the account or not is not dependent on your credit history, so no worries there! You are now ready to shop all you want, recommend to the store how much you wish to pay per week or select their scheme for spreading the cost and thus make the most of buying now and paying later.
With pay weekly schemes, you can be done with the installments in less than a year and get the debt out of your hair. If you take as long as, or longer than, the scheme details you end up paying a small amount extra as interest to the store. However if some week you are able to sort your finances and improve your payment capability, it may even end up being cheaper than an up-front payment. You get all of this without any deposits! One downside of such schemes is that you can feel troubled if you ever default on your payment. The company can then choose to hold your product back or ask you to return it and sometimes this maybe very inconvenient. To avoid such circumstances, always be regular when it comes to payments and make sure you read the terms and conditions very well before engaging in anything financially.