Klarna

What is Klarna?

Klarna is a new way to pay on our website. Klarna provides smooth payment services to more than 100,000 online stores. Over 60 million consumers worldwide have trusted Klarna to securely handle their payments. Klarna lets you shop now and pay later - giving you the option to split the cost of larger purchases into smaller payments. No fees, no interest.

Klarna Payment Methods

Pay Later

Try before you buy and get up to 30 days to pay for your order. No interest and no fees. Pay later is valid for UK in GBP Payments and DE, NL, BE, AT in EUR payments.

Pay Now (DE, NL, BE, AT only for EUR payments)

The smooth way to shop using your own online banking details. Direct payments that are simply safe.

Pay in 3 Instalments (UK only for GBP payments)

Get what you love now with interest-free instalments. Split your purchase into 3 equal payments on day 1, day 30 and day 60.

Pay in 4 Payments (US only for USD payments)

Get what you love now with interest-free payments. Split your purchase into 4 equal payments every 2 weeks.

Financing (DE, AT only for EUR payments)

Spread the cost of your purchase into equal monthly payments without paying interest. Financing is a promotional plan on the Klarna Account.

How Does it Work?

Add products to your basket as normal

Choose Klarna from our payment options. Whether you choose to Pay Now, Pay Later, Pay in 3 or 4 interest-free instalments, or use Financing, the process is simple.

Klarna will send you an email confirmation and reminders when it’s time to pay

You can complete your future Klarna purchases with just one click

Frequently Asked Questions

Will I be accepted?

You must be at least 18. Whilst these options are widely promoted, they are subject to your financial circumstances. When choosing Pay later, our Klarna’s soft-search assessment will not affect your credit rating.



How do I manage my Klarna account?

You can review your orders anytime by logging in to www.klarna.com. If you need further assistance, visit Klarna’s customer services. Remember to make payments on time. Not doing so could harm your credit rating.