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Get 4 months to pay on baskets of £99+

Subject to status. Min monthly payment applies. Terms apply. UK residents only.

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0% interest for 4 months on all baskets of £99+ when you check out with PayPal and choose PayPal Credit.

How It Works

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Add the items you wish to purchase to your basket.

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Pay with your PayPal account (or create one with just an email and password) and select PayPal Credit.

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Get an instant decision and, if approved, complete your purchase immediately.

Representative Example

Representative: 19.9% APR (variable); Purchase interest rate: 19.9% p.a. (variable);
Assumed Credit limit: £1,200

Minimum payment due still applies to 0% offer balances. Any remaining balance due after the 4-month promotional period or any baskets under £99 will be charged interest at 19.9% p.a. (variable). In order to maintain the 0% offer, you need to keep up monthly repayments and stay within your credit limit. Credit subject to status. Terms and conditions apply. UK residents only. PayPal Credit is a trading name of PayPal (Europe) S.à.r.l. et Cie, S.C.A., 22-24 Boulevard Royal L-2449, Luxembourg

Howtos

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    Limbing is an essential process of felling a tree. There are right and wrong ways of doing this and SGS Engineering will help you with the best practices. When working in your garden you might be tempted to focus on smaller jobs and ignore th Read more
  • Impact Wrench Guide: Which Impact Wrench Should I Buy? | SGS

    Impact Wrench Guide: Which impact wrench should I buy? An impact wrench can prove incredibly useful for successfully completing a wide range of tasks – from home DIY projects to car repairs or other bits of work. In some cases, it can even Read more
  • Drill and Driver Buyers Guide: What Drill Do I Need?

    Need to use a drill but confused which one is right for the job? SGS Engineering has created this handy guide to help you on your way. Every DIY enthusiast and professional tradesman needs power tools that they can rely on. The drill is essen Read more
  • Tool Chest Buyers Guide: Which Tool Chest Do I Need?

    Whether you're working indoors, outdoors, doing DIY, or working on a car, discover the best tool box for your task with this simple guide. A tool chest is more than just a place you can store your tools. It’s an important part of your arsen Read more
  • How to Use a Chainsaw to Cut Down a Tree

    Learn the best way to cut down a tree with SGS Engineering, including how to do it safely and the best tools to use. In most instances tree felling is best left to the professionals. However, when dealing with a small tree, or if you need a large Read more
  • Leaf Blower Buyers Guide: Which Leaf Blower Should I Order?

    Want to know how a leaf blower can help make ease of mundane tasks in your garden? SGS Engineering let you know how with our online guide. Here at SGS Engineering, we’ve got a huge selection of garden tools and equipment that can make those Read more
  • Chainsaw Service and Care Advice

    An SGS chainsaw is designed to give you years of consistent performance, however if you want to get the longest possible lifespan out of your chainsaw, you should keep on top of the maintenance. To get the most out of your your garden tool, you Read more
  • How to Drill Perfectly Every Time

    There are many different reasons why you might need to use a drill, ranging from DIY to professional trades purposes. Whatever the situation using these power tools safely is an absolute must, otherwise you risk injury, damaging what you’re working Read more

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