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Yes, there is a way to book that luxury hotel and pay for it later.
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Paying for a luxury stay can be a hit to the hip pocket but what if you could pay it off in the lead-up to your stay? This is where ZipMoney comes in.
Now when we say no-interest, we mean so long as you play by some rules. This includes paying your repayments off on time. With zipMoney this can be 3, 6 or 12 months, with minimum monthly payments of $40. With zipPay there is no minimum interest-free term, however you do still have to make your minimum repayments of $40 per month. Failing to make these repayments can result in interest, late-payment fees and possibly a locked account.
Both also impose a $6 monthly account keeping fee, which you can avoid by settling your account at the end of each statement month. A one-off establishment fee may also be required for zipMoney accounts.
Once you're across all that you can then look toward booking your stay. Here's where you can make your booking:
Which sites offer zipMoney for accommodation?
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