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‘Tis the Season for Upgrades: Your Guide to Festive Home Appliances

‘Tis the Season for Upgrades: Your Guide to Festive Home Appliances

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The most anticipated season of the year is here, and Filipinos across the country are gearing up to make it even more special. For many, this means not only decking the halls but also upgrading their home appliances to ensure a seamless and delightful holiday season experience. Plus, it is also the perfect time for some home upgrades just before the new year starts.

If you are one of those who want to replace your tired, old appliances with new and improved models, Home Credit, the country’s leading consumer finance company, has some exciting home upgrade finds for you.

What’s more, with Home Credit’s exclusive 0% interest offer, with flexible terms for up to 18 months, you can now easily bring home the latest and most efficient home appliances without straining your budget.

Check out some of the home appliances you can purchase through a Home Credit appliance loan to make your holiday season extra special:

Condura Two Door Refrigerator 7.0cu ft 

Upgrade your kitchen with the Condura Two Door Refrigerator, boasting a spacious 7.0 cubic feet capacity. This refrigerator not only offers ample storage for all your holiday groceries and feast but also comes with energy-saving features to help you cut down on your electricity bills. The separate compartments for the freezer and refrigerator ensure your food stays fresh, while the sleek design adds a touch of elegance to your kitchen.

Panasonic Two Door No Frost Inverter with Econavi Technology Deluxe Refrigerator 10.4cu ft 

For those who need even more storage space, the Panasonic Deluxe Refrigerator with a 10.4 cubic feet capacity is the perfect choice. What sets this refrigerator apart is its No Frost technology, which prevents ice buildup and eliminates the need for manual defrosting. With its Econavi technology, it automatically adjusts the cooling depending on your usage, making it an energy-efficient choice for the eco-conscious.

Say goodbye to frosty surprises and hello to a more convenient and energy-saving holiday season!

Sharp 8.0kg Black Top Load Fully Auto Washing Machine

Level up your laundry game with the Sharp 8.0kg Top Load Fully Auto Washing Machine. This appliance comes with a generous 8kg capacity, perfect for handling your holiday laundry needs. Its black and sleek design adds a modern touch to your home. Equipped with cutting-edge technology, it offers a gentle yet thorough wash while conserving water, making it not only efficient but also eco-friendly.

La Germania Cooking Range 50cm, 3 Gas Burners + 1 Electric Hot Plate, Gas Oven With Thermostat Control

Preparing holiday feasts has never been easier with the La Germania Cooking Range. With three gas burners and one electric hot plate, you have the versatility to cook multiple dishes at once. The gas oven, equipped with thermostat control, ensures that your roasts and baked goods come out perfect every time.

This 50cm cooking range combines style and functionality, making it a great addition to any kitchen.

This festive season, Home Credit is here to help you realize your holiday goals and allow you to save more while enjoying the best home appliances. With Home Credit’s 0% interest offer on these appliances, upgrading your home is not just a possibility but also a smart financial move.

Whether you’re the family breadwinner, the decision-maker for your household, or a busy mom, Home Credit’s financing options allow you to enjoy top-of-the-line appliances without the burden of high upfront costs.

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