How to get a killer Netflix TV interest free ’till November 2016

netflix-televisionAustralia is going Netflix crazy right now, but you don’t have to wait to enjoy the popular Internet TV service on a killer TV.

Like any lover of entertainment, we know there’s an amazing TV out there you wish you had in your lounge room. Maybe you saw it in a catalogue, or peering out from behind the glass at your local shopping centre, but you want it; and you want it now. It would look so good in your house, right? It would really tie the room together… like Lebowski’s rug.

Turns out even if you can’t afford it right now, you can still get that TV if you play the ;finance game; correctly. We’re forever looking for ways to save Australians money here at and our deal of the day is a doozy for those who are only just about keeping their debt at bay. Westpac is offering 24 months interest free on balance transfers right now, which means the following steps can score you that TV tonight.

Here’s how:
  • Step 1: Read this to double check that you pass the application requirements.
  • Step 2: Go get that TV (or anything, really) and stick it on your current card.
  • Step 3: Click here to view our deal of the day and apply for a Westpac credit card.
  • Step 4: Transfer the debt from your TV purchase across to your new credit card and make the minimum monthly repayment, which is 2%.
  • Step 5: Set a reminder in your calendar to pay it all off before the end of November 2016, sit back and relax.
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