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Best Buy personal loans (£7.5K over 5 years)

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£8038.80
(£538.80)
£133.98
  • Applicants must aged 18 or over with a minimum annual income of £10,000
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  Representative Example: Based on a loan of £7,500 at 2.80% per annum fixed. Representative 2.8% APR. Total amount repayable £8038.80 at £133.98 per month for 60 months. 

£8038.80
(£538.80)
£133.98
  • Money can be in the account the next day
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  Representative Example: Based on a loan of £7,500 at 2.80% per annum fixed. Representative 2.8% APR. Total amount repayable £8038.80 at £133.98 per month for 60 months. 

£8077.80
(£577.80)
£134.63
  • Available to shoppers with a Nectar card used with Sainsbury's in the last 6 months
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  Representative Example: Based on a loan of £7,500 at 3.00% per annum fixed. Representative 3.0% APR. Total amount repayable £8077.80 at £134.63 per month for 60 months. 

£8097.00
(£597.00)
£134.95
  • Available to new and existing customers
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  Representative Example: Based on a loan of £7,500 at 3.10% per annum fixed. Representative 3.1% APR. Total amount repayable £8097.00 at £134.95 per month for 60 months. 

£8097.00
(£597.00)
£134.95
  • Electronic signature accepted so money can be in the account within 48 hours
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  Representative Example: Based on a loan of £7,500 at 3.10% per annum fixed. Representative 3.1% APR. Total amount repayable £8097.00 at £134.95 per month for 60 months. 

£8136.00
(£636.00)
£135.60
  • Provided by Bank of Ireland UK. AA Financial Services Limited is a credit broker and not a lender
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  Representative Example: Based on a loan of £7,500 at 3.30% per annum fixed. Representative 3.3% APR. Total amount repayable £8136.00 at £135.60 per month for 60 months. 
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Last Updated: Tuesday 22 August 2017 17:16

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The lowdown on unsecured personal loans

Moneyfacts’ team of researchers scour the whole UK personal loans market to bring you the best unsecured personal loan rates for a £7,500 loan.

Unsecured personal loans usually allow you to borrow between £1,000 and £25,000. This type of loan tends to be on a fixed rate of interest, and will be over a set term – so you’ll know exactly what you’ll have to pay every month.

If you’re thinking of applying for a loan, make sure you think about the following:

  • APR

Remember that a “Representative APR” is just that – you may pay a different rate of interest depending on your credit rating. Read our guide about APRs for more information.

  • Beware of “deferred payments”

When you take out a loan, your lender may offer you the option to defer (or not make) payments for a couple of months at the start of the term.

Sounds great doesn’t it? However, while you’re not making payments interest will be mounting up, making both the monthly repayment and the total amount you repay larger.

  • Do you really need the money on the same day?

Some lenders can make an instant payment into your current account, so you have access to your loan straight away. But think about whether you need this speedy access to the money as there’ll often be a fee for having a same day transfer.

 

 
 
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