Where to buy a TV online with Zip Pay
Pay off your new TV in instalments thanks to the retailers offering payment service Zip Pay.
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A new TV can be a massive investment, which is why making the purchase through a buy now, pay later service can be a more affordable way to shop. To help you out, we've rounded up a list of stores that sell TVs through Zip Pay, which lets you split up your total cost into easy-to-pay-off installments.
Be mindful that Zip Pay has a purchase limit of $1,000, so you won't be able to use it for more expensive models.
Online marketplace Amazon lets you shop across millions of products and check out through your Zip Pay account. It also makes it easy to compare prices on similar items to get yourself the best possible price.
- Free shipping on eligible items with Amazon Prime membership
- Easily compare prices on similar products
- Huge product range
Online shopping destination Kogan is known for its great prices and even better sales. You can also shop by-products with fast dispatch times to get your TV sooner.
- Free shipping on all items with Kogan First membership
- Fast shipping on eligible items
- Earn and use Qantas Points
From OLED and Ultra-HD 4K Smart TVs to cheaper alternatives, you'll find plenty of options to enhance your at-home viewing experience at Appliances Online.
- Free next-day delivery to most Australian metropolitan areas
- 24/7 customer support available
- Free removal and recycling of old products
From 24-inch to 100-inch, Betta Home Living has a television to suit every type of home. Some models are also eligible for free installation, helping you to save even more.
- Free delivery to some locations
- Free in-store pick-up
- Humm also available
Crazy Sales is another prime destination for shoppers looking to buy a TV at a bargain price. With frequent discounts on a wide range of products, you should have no problem bagging yourself a bargain here.
- 30-day change of mind returns policy
- Earn points with rewards program
- Order tracking available
Stocking models by both popular and lesser known brands, affordable retailer Big W has a great range of TVs on offer that you can shop with Zip Pay.
- Free contactless pick-up
- 90-day returns
- Afterpay and Lay-by also available
Which retailers offer free delivery?
- Amazon: Free shipping on orders over $39
- Kogan: Free shipping for Kogan First members and on marked items
Appliances Online: Free next-day delivery to most Australian metropolitan areas
- Betta Home Living: Free door to door delivery
- CrazySales.com.au: Free shipping on selected items.
How does Zip Pay work?
Zip Pay is a payment service that lets you purchase a product upfront and pay it off later in installments. You can choose to pay weekly, fortnightly, or monthly, but a minimum monthly payment of $40 is required.
A $6 fee will also be charged to your account unless you pay off your purchase by the end of the month. To find out more, see our guide to Zip Pay.
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