Looking for fitness wear online? You've come to the right place. Here are three women's fitness catalogues which offer fitness wear and allow you to obtain credit so you can pay for your order in manageable chunks.
One of the UK's largest catalogue brands, Marisota specialises in plus sized clothing for women, with an extensive range of fitness clothing available, including gym clothes, accessories, and bags. New customers who open a credit account will be able to spread the cost of their purchase over time and make repayments in monthly installments. The retailer sends a monthly statement with details on how much, and how, to pay. Marisota offers a number of promotions and discounts throughout the year and new customers can get 20 percent off their first order, saving them more money in the long run. Other features include next day delivery and a wide range of products available in sizes 12 to 32 - sizes you won't always find on the UK high street.
Another major UK retailer, Next has a wealth of high street shops where new customers can open a credit account. Like Marisota, customers will be able to spread the cost of their order in installments and visit their nearest Next branch to make repayments. Finding what you want from the Next Directory is a breeze: the company's catalogue lists a host of gym clothes and fitness accessories. You can also search for new items on the company's website and access individual product pages with details about product specifications and delivery options. Use a voucher code on your order to save money on your purchase too.
Jacamo is one of the UK's biggest clothing retailers for men, with clothes in sizes up to 5 x large. You'll find fitness clothes from some of the world's biggest fashion brands at Jacamo and you'll be able to spread the cost of your purchase. Want to open a new credit account? You can apply online or over the phone and you should receive a decision about your credit application instantly in most cases. Once you've been accepted, you'll receive your welcome documents in the post.
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