Terms & Conditions
Harrisons Fujitsu and Haier Aircon / Heat Pump offer available until 31 July 2020.
*Essential Workers criteria - To be eligible for the 500 bonus points you must show proof of employment as an essential frontline worker (as per the Government criteria under level 4) and spend at least $2000 with any Harrisons company between 22 May and 31 July 2020. The customer is only eligible for one x 500 Bonus Fly Buys points during this period. So if multiple purchases are made with a Harrisons company only the first one will be eligible for the bonus offer. This offer cannot be used in addition to another Fly Buys bonus offer being made by any Harrisons company over this period. The customer can choose the one bonus offer they prefer.
*10,000 Bonus Flybuys Draw – to be eligible for the 10,000 bonus Flybuys draw, you must spend over $1000 with any Harrisons company between 1st to 31st July 2020. This offer cannot be used in addition to another Flybuys bonus offer being made by any Harrisons company over this period. The customer can choose the one bonus offer they prefer.
Finance offers are available through Q Mastercard and Gem Visa / Gem Creditline. Harrisons recommend any outstanding balances are paid off before the interest free period end.
*3 years (36 months) Interest Free available on Q Mastercard
*Q Mastercard Terms and Conditions:
"Interest fee for 3 years (36 months) offer" - Pay no interest during the 36 month promotional period (until July 2023) provided you pay the "payment to reduce further interest" amount in your monthly statement by the payment due dates. Minimum monthly payments of 3% of the total cost are required but making only these payments will not reduce your balance to zero during promotional period. If you pay the outstanding balance in full before the end of the interest free period, you will avoid paying any interest. Prevailing interest rate applies to any outstanding balance on the expiry of the interest free period.
No payments and no interest until January 2022 (“18 month Payment Holiday”) is available on Flexi Payment Plans until 31 July 2020.
Minimum spend $1000. Annual Account Fee of $50 applies. New Cardholder fee - $55 Establishment. Existing Cardholder fee – $35 Advance. Standard Interest Rate, currently 25.99% or 22.95% p.a (depending on your card) applies to any outstanding balance at end of Payment Holiday. Payment Holiday period may vary depending on Cardholder's payment cycle. Leading criteria, fees, terms and conditions apply. Rate and fees correct as at date of publication, subject to change.
·Gem Visa and Gem Creditline - 12 months interest free with no repayments until July 2021. Normal credit and lending criteria and fees, including a Gem Visa $55 establishment fee and annual fees ($52 Gem Visa / $50 Gem CreditLine), apply. Minimum purchase $1000. Payment for your purchase will be deferred for the stated period. During this period, no interest will accrue and no monthly payments need to be made. If you do not pay the outstanding balance in full before the end of the deferred payment period, the amount payable will accrue interest and will be included in your monthly statement. Prevailing interest rate (currently Gem Visa 25.99% p.a./ Gem CreditLine 29.95% p.a.) applies to any outstanding balance on the expiry of the interest free period. Gem Visa / Gem CreditLine is provided by Latitude Financial Services Limited.
All sales are eligible for Fly Buys points. Must supply Fly Buys number at the time of the consult. Fly Buys Membership Terms and Conditions apply and can be viewed at www.flybuys.co.nz.
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How to choose an efficient heat pump
- Make sure your home is well insulated and ventilated first – it will be much more efficient to heat.
- Match the size of heat pump to the size of room you want to heat.
- Check out its Energy Star rating.
- Check out how durable any components exposed to the elements are designed to be.
- Check out its performance in your region – heating a home at the bottom of the South Island requires a different capacity to, say, the Bay of Islands.