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Furniture Choice Launches New Finance Options for 2011

Furniture Choice offers customers new finance options for the New Year including Buy Now Pay Later and a range of monthly instalment payment plans.

WEST YORKSHIRE, ENGLAND, December 25, 2010 ( Furniture Choice has announced that it is to launch a number of new finance options for 2011. Customers can now choose to Buy Now, Pay Later or to spread payments over 24 or even 36 monthly instalments. With consumers all over the country still having to keep a close eye on their finances during the ongoing economic difficulties, the range of new options help customers spread the cost of buying new furniture instead of having to pay a large lump sum up front.

Furniture Choice has teamed up with Hitachi Capital to provide the new financial services, meaning that it can offer first class financial policies from a leading brand that consumers trust.

Mark Saville, Operations Manager at Furniture Choice, said: "We understand that consumers are all feeling the pinch when it comes to their finances so we have launched a number of options to help customers spread the cost of buying furniture.

"With the extra finance options available, customers can also afford to spend a little bit more which means they can choose from a wider range of furniture."

The new financial offerings from Furniture Choice and Hitachi Capital will enable thousands of customers who have been putting off buying new furniture to buy in the New Year and spread the cost over a longer period of time. Furniture Choice has a wide range of living, dining and bedroom furniture to choose from.

About Furniture Choice:
Furniture Choice is a sofa store which offers a full range of contemporary furniture, including oak dining tables, dining room furniture, leather sofas and leather dining chairs at competitive prices, with free and timely delivery on all items. Furniture Choice products can be viewed at its Northern Distribution Centre near Leeds or in the home, allowing the customer to return the product instantly if not satisfied and claim a refund.

Furniture Choice delivers anywhere in mainland UK except Northern Ireland, Scottish Islands, Scilly Isles, Channel Islands, Isle of Man, Eire and BFPO addresses.

Wherever possible, Furniture Choice products are sourced from sustainable resources and the company is committed to making its own small contribution to helping the planet via various ways including the non-removal of natural marks in leather items. Removal of these imperfections would result in many more hides being used in the production of leather sofas and many more would be wasted.



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