Andamiro USA and Firstlease offer 0% financing for Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom

Andamiro USA Corp. and Firstlease have teamed up to offer up to 0% financing for Jurassic World. Through September 18, 2020, the partners are offering three plans that are subsidized by Andamiro:

0.0% for 12 monthly payments of $1,583, or $365 a week.

2.9% for 24 monthly payments of $816, or $188 a week.

3.9% for 36 monthly payments of $560, or $126 a week.

No down payment is required for any of these options, and the buyer will own the game at the end of the contract. Under the 12-month plan, the operator pays no interest on a new Jurassic game over the life of the loan. In other words, it’s a free loan. The longer 24- and 36-month options allow the operator to pace the game’s earnings with low-interest payments.

Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom is the first redemption attraction tied to Universal Pictures’ blockbuster “Jurassic Park” film franchise. It’s simple and addictively fun: press the start button, wait for the model truck to roll back and push the truck up the track toward the BIGWIN! marker. Jurassic World is decked out in detailed graphics and plays roaring sounds inspired by the movies. Two player stations are integrated into an imposing cabinet measuring 55” W. x 119” D. x 85” H.

“We’re fortunate to have Firstlease get behind Jurassic World in the Covid-19 economy and create a sustainable financing program for businesses that may be operating at 50% or less capacity for a while,” said Andamiro USA marketing director Nick Montano. “The away-from-home entertainment sectors have been impacted particularly hard by the economic shutdown, making it difficult for banks to approve loans for equipment expansion. Whereas some lenders had to pull back financing programs for amusement equipment, Firstlease is stepping up to the plate.”

Firstlease’s Jurassic World deals depend on credit approval. Businesses applying for financing must be open and will need to provide bank statements dating back to January. Firstlease may ask about a business’s reopening plan, too. Freight, applicable taxes and a document fee are not included and may apply.

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