What is Take it Today?
Take it Today is a new finance scheme run by Roland to help with the purchase of Roland musical instruments. The scheme is available through participating music dealers in the UK. Two options are available:
Option 1 – INTEREST FREE FINANCE
Interest free finance (representative 0% APR) is available on all Roland products from £250 to £2000. A 10% deposit is required and the balance is to be paid over 9 monthly installments.
Option 2 – LOW RATE FINANCE
Low rate finance (representative 3.9% APR) is available on all Roland products over £2000. A 10% deposit is required and the balance is to be paid over 36 monthly installments.
What can I buy on Take it Today?
You can use the Take it Today schemes to purchase any Roland products above £500. This includes but is not limited to:
Electronic Drum Kits, Digital Pianos, Grand Pianos, Synths, Keyboards, Guitar Products, Recording Equipment, Amplifiers, and Accordions.
Am I eligible for Take it Today?
This scheme is open to UK residents only. All loans are subject to status and you must be at least 18 years old and a permanent resident in the UK. Customers from outside the UK cannot apply for finance through Take it Today. The applicant must also have a bank or building society account to authorise direct debits. Please note the minimum value of the product must be over £250.
How to Take it Today
Visit one of our Take it Today participating dealers and select the Roland item that you wish to purchase. Complete a finance agreement through your chosen dealer, which takes a few minutes, and if approved the equipment can be taken straightaway.
Requirements for a Take it Today loan application:
• 10% deposit
• Personal Identification
• A bank or building society account for direct debits to be set up.
Roland UK Ltd acts as a credit intermediary for Secure Trust Bank Plc on a non-exclusive basis.
Loans provided by Moneyway which is a trading name of Secure Trust Bank Plc. Registered in England and Wales 541132. Registered Office: One Arleston Way, Solihull B90 4LH. Authorised and regulated by the Financial Services Authority and licensed by the Office of Fair Trading under the Consumer Credit Act 1974. The Financial Services Authority does not regulate consumer credit.
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