Sunny discount codes April 2020

Sunny offers fast short-term loans for when an unexpected bill pops up.

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Taking out a payday or short-term loan is a big commitment and not something you should enter into lightly. It can be an expensive method of borrowing, so before taking out a Sunny loan, make sure you’ve considered other options.

If you can avoid the expenditure then that may be a better option. Read more about alternatives to payday loans at moneyadviceservice.org.uk.

Warning: Late repayment can cause you serious money problems. For help, go to moneyadviceservice.org.uk.

Please note: High-cost short-term credit is unsuitable for sustained borrowing over long periods and would be expensive as a means of longer-term borrowing.

Sunny loan voucher codes

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30% off the interest of an approved loan

Representative example: Borrow £350 for 8 months at a rate of 204% p.a. (fixed). Representative APR 568% and total payable: £572.80, in 8 payments of £71.60.

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09 Apr 202030% off the interest of an approved loan at Sunny*******

How do Sunny loans work?

With a Sunny short-term loan you can borrow up to £2,500, for up to 14 months, after completing Sunny’s online application process. Sunny doesn’t charge application, administration or late payment fees on its loans.

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