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Provident Personal Credit let you do this. the only drawback is that you get �200 worth of vouchers and have to pay �300 back. See HERE
You can't 'but now, pay later' from the High Street Voucher comany themselves, the idea is usually to pay a fixed amount each week over the year and then get the vouchers at the end. I realise that this won't help you this year, but is worth conisdering next year.