Friday, May 6, 2016
Three Catalogues That Offer Home Gym Equipment
If summer 2016 is the start of a brand new "you", you might be searching for gym equipment that will help you tone up, drop a dress size or beat the bulge. Ever wondered what catalogues offer home gym equipment? Here are three of the best.
As well as stocking female fashion, accessories and homeware, Very has a range of cardio gym equipment available for sale, for example rowing machines. Customers who take out a new credit catalogue account can spread the cost of their order and make affordable repayments in manageable chunks. Very is one of the biggest names in catalogue finance, with a plethora of credit options. The retailer will enable customers to take control of their finances and budget; they send out statements in the post every month that detail customers' purchases and minimum payment requirements. The company also has a number of promotions and sales throughout the year so you can pick up a bargain.
Applying for an Argos Card has never been easier. You can make an application online, over the phone or at your nearest Argos store. Once you've made your application, you can order gym equipment and pay for it at a later date. Argos has flexible repayment options and stocks a wide range of gym equipment including home benches, exercise bikes, resistance bands and medicine balls. You can spread the cost of your purchase and make repayments in a number of different ways. Use a voucher code with your order and save even more money.
Just like Very and Argos, Littlewoods has a range of gym equipment that will transform a room in your house into a personal gym. From exercise bikes to dumbells, you'll find everything you are looking for at Littlewoods, including flexible finance. You can make an application on the phone or online and expect to receive a speedy response about whether your application has been approved.
Where do you find your home gym equipment?
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