Monthly Payments?

Discussion in 'iPod touch' started by TheAviator, Sep 17, 2008.

  1. TheAviator

    TheAviator New Member

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    Ok, so I've been DYING to get my hands on the new Touch, but ONE slight problem... I don't have any money. Is there a website where I can buy a 2G iPod Touch with monthly payments? (Ex. QVC) (BGIZZLE: IM NOT TRYING TO GET ADVERTISERS, JUST SOME ADVICE!) Thanks!
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    Steaps New Member

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    Don't buy with monthly payments. Apple online store does though. But they charge you the full price plus half pretty much. So not worth it, just save up.
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    musiciansfriend.com might. they had the 1st gen
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    Circuit city has both 1st and 2nd gens with no interest for 3 months. Good luck!
    http://www.circuitcity.com/ccd/site...hallenger&catOid=0&c=1&intcid=homepage_MktMod
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    simonrichards150 New Member

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    Unless you can get interest-free credit for at least the entire time youll be paying the thing off, I would avoid credit at all cost. Save up some money? Or get a family member to loan you the money, I doubt many people would charge their family interest

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    If you get a best buy card you can. I used my boyfriends card to buy the new touch and I get to pay 299 over 6 months with no interest

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    Anything over 299 and up they let you pay off in 6 months with no interest is what the sales rep told me. Although thats only if you want to get a best buy credit card, if not then save up!
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    Hmph, thanks for the info everyone.. looks like saving might be a good choice as I'm only 15. Guess I get to wait till the 14th of December for my birthday to come around...

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    Oh well.

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