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renting a washing machine advice please....

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mustsleep Wed 19-Aug-09 10:50:16

My washer has completely died and there is no way we can afford a new one

Does anyone know how much they cost to rent, or can anyone reccomend somewhere to rent oe from?

Thanks grin

secretgardin Wed 19-Aug-09 23:54:35

renting can work out quite expensive. try your local friday ad or even freecycle if you are not put off by second hand machines

mustsleep Thu 20-Aug-09 07:55:26

thanks have requested to join freecycle just waiting now grin

4andnotout Thu 20-Aug-09 08:05:38

I rent mine, it costs £10 a month i think, but i have a coin box fitted to my tv which we put £ coins in which more than covers the rental every other month, and we usually get around £80 back so it's a bit like savings.

However i'm running on now blush

mustsleep Thu 20-Aug-09 08:19:57

what are they like if it needs repairing or you want to upgrade?

4andnotout Thu 20-Aug-09 08:24:14

I rent mine from Hughes and i literally ring them and they try to get someone out that day, next day at the latest, my last one broke down so i had a brand new shiney one delivered within a couple of days. If you rent a reconditioned model it works out a bit cheaper but i have gone for a new one this time as all my washing machines seem to die after 2 years (even ones i have bought) I think it's because i do at least 3 loads a day every day hmm

mustsleep Thu 20-Aug-09 08:28:06

lol we are a bit like we've gone through three in the last 6 years grin

do hughes have a website at all? smile

4andnotout Thu 20-Aug-09 08:29:57

Here not sure if they are only east anglia or if they are national now

lepirate Thu 20-Aug-09 08:40:56

so in reality I would be better off renting a washing machine!!!

I pay £8 a month cover for mine, gets fixed if need be. Yet it's 7 yrs old.

So I could sell it for say £40, and rent for about the same money.

4andnotout Thu 20-Aug-09 09:00:47

Hughes washing machine rentals start from £4.50 a month which i think is cheap considering you never have to worry about it breaking down etc, and no i don't work for them but i have rented from them for 6 years with no problems

mustsleep Thu 20-Aug-09 10:33:51

thanks if mine can't be fixed I'm definaely going to do this rather than buy another smile

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