24 July 2024, 17:01
By Furniture News Jul 01, 2024

Oak Furnitureland cements lower IFC offer

Oak Furnitureland has announced a lower Interest-Free Credit (IFC) offer, as the brand looks to make its products more accessible to more customers across the UK.

The offer starts at a minimum order value of just £499, and will be available in-store and online from 1st July as standard, following two successful trials earlier this year across Easter and May’s bank holiday sales, which it says delivered a positive uplift in sales.

CEO Alex Fisher comments: “We want to ensure as many customers as possible can enjoy quality products that not only last but look stylish in their homes. This lower IFC offer allows us to make the brand more accessible to even more consumers across the UK.”


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