The local Kmart has a lease plan than lets you pay over time.
Just a heads-up that many times those lease plans translate to an expensive borrowing rate (in general, not just KMart in particular). Just make sure you know how much it'll cost you vs. just waiting to get the tv and go from there. Hate to see anybody get gouged without knowing it.
Yeah, precisely! Sometimes an item purchased this way can cost almost twice as much, what with interested calculated on monthly balances... and penalty rates can apply for missed payments. I know somebody who learnt this leasing thing the hard way, with a $1395 TV costing her almost $2200 by the time it's paid out.... and should she miss a payment for whatever reason, interest for that particular month is calculated as double, thus increasing the balance payable and eventual payout figure.
Given that the price of flat screen TVs has dropped considerably, and therefore making them more affordable these days, Uvah, you might want to consider looking at a lay-by purchase instead. That way there is no interest and no penalty payments to worry about. I generally save for things I want or need and pay cash on the day [discount for cash can save quite a bit], but for more expensive items that are too big to do in one hit, I'll always use the lay-by method because I hate paying out money for nothing, True, you don't get your purchase then and there, but waiting those extra weeks/months can save a shipload of money at the end of the day.... and let's face it, when you don't have a lot to begin with, it's far better in your pocket than theirs.
Okay, that's Economics 101 for today, you will be returned to regular viewing shortly.