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Registered: ‎12-24-2017

financing options

Hi everybody!


I want to purchase ipad pro with financing options. If I apply for a BB credit card and get a $500 limit, can I still buy the ipad with a financing options?


Thank you

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Registered: ‎12-24-2017

Re: financing options

Yes, $479 and above (before taxes) will qualify you for 18 months interest free financing. Anything less than that and above $199 before taxes will offer you 6 months interest free.
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Re: financing options

Hey There, pampanga_73!

Welcome to the Best Buy Forums!  Thanks for posting your question.  I apologize for the long wait time during this busy time of year.

You are welcome to review the financing offers that are currently available through the Best Buy Credit Card here.  Right now, purchases totaling $199 and up may qualify for 6-month interest free financing and purchases totaling $399 and up may qualify for 12-month interest free financing.  You can learn more about how flexible financing works here.

If your purchase total exceeds the total amount that you would be able to put on your Best Buy Credit Card, you may be able to split the purchase amount between multiple credit cards at your local Best Buy store.  So long as the purchase amount exceeds the minimum amount of the financing offer, the portion of your order paid for using the Best Buy Credit Card will likely qualify for interest free financing.  Our website does not currently support multiple credit cards at check-out.  If you would like to use multiple tender types at checkout on our website, you may need to purchase a Best Buy Gift Card using your non-Best Buy Credit Card, and then create a new order using that gift card and your Best Buy Credit Card to complete your transaction.

I hope this information helps!  If you have any additional questions, please don't hesitate to ask!


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