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I'm "looking" to buy a mattress from Aarons, or SEAR's. I've done my research, and read about Aaron's and how it's a "rent to own" type of thing where you pay a down payment, then pay a monthly on the product you "rent" from them, then own after you've paid it off. I'm 18, super savvy, super careful about doing business, super careful when I spend, always save my PENNIES. (or donate them to African causes or Cancer causes and what not) My parents have BAD credit, and doing my research, Aaron's kind of "Preys" on people with bad credit who can't buy things on credit ELSEWHERE. What is Aaron's Interest rate? (4 month financing) Do I build good credit if I pay my bed on time with them? Would it be best (I've budgeted to spend no more than 1500.00 on the bed in total) so should I pay as much as I can in down payment? (like 500.00 or 600.00) (I'M NOT RICH, I'M JUST A SAVVY KID) Thanks again!
So.. savvy is good...but you have more learning to do. Stay away from Aaron's and anything else like that. They all prey off of people without money and keep those people broke. The quality of the product will be nowhere near what it should be. You will be buying a bed that will last all of two years. Savvy also means buying something that will LAST so that you are not having to buy one again anytime soon. If you want money, do what people with money do. Save your money, pay cash, buy quality, buy on sale. At the least, if you want to get a little credit started, go to a mattress store, buy a quality bed, they will offer 90 days same as cash. You will make a nice down payment and then have three more payments to make. MAKE THEM ON TIME minnesota A BIT EARLY!!! You will then have a nice bed that should last, one paid off loan and will have paid almost no interest. STAY AWAY FROM ALL RENT TO OWNS, PAWN SHOPS, GYPSY MARKETS, AND CASINOS. ALL ARE STACKED AGAINST YOU!!!!! Update, I just got an email from Sam's Warehouse. They have a nice Serta queen set (including box springs) DELIVERED for $498.00. Buy it, sleep on it on the floor for a couple weeks, look for someone having a "moving sale" buy a nice bed that they don't need any more for $100 and whalla...that's savvy!!! No interest and you have a NICE bed for $600.
Sidney Crosby is getting a lot of people saying that he is the next Gretzky, which is possible. Since Gretzky retired in 1999, there has been no other player come into the league that can be said that he might challenge Gretz's records until Crosby. In 2 seasons, Crosby has recorded back to back 100 point seasons as a teenager, becoming the youngest player ever to win the Art Ross Trophy as scoring champion and then the Hart Trophy as MVP last season at the age of 19. The one knock on the kid is that he tends to whine when calls don't go his way, and he also tries to sell calls to refs a lot. In his defence, those are things that you're taught to do in the Junior leagues, and Sid is just 20, so there is time for him mature in that regard. If he manages to stay healthy throughout his career, Sid could very well challenge Gretzky's scoring records. And with the wealth of other young talent surrounding him in Pittsburgh (Evgeni Malkin, Jordan Staal, Marc-Andre Fleury to just name a few, and Angelo Esposito coming up soon), they could very well challenge for the Stanley Cup for many years to come, provided the Pens are able to keep the core of that team under the new cap system.