Payment & Security
Klarna is a Swedish payment service provider that takes end-to-end responsibility for your payment. Klarna is the provider of smooth payments to more than 200,000 online stores. Over 85 million consumers worldwide have trusted Klarna to securely handle their payments.
HOW DOES KLARNA WORK?
If you want to pay now that's fine, just select the 'Card' option at the checkout and your transaction will be processed straight away.
Once you have ordered your items using Klarna Pay Later, you will receive a payment instruction email within two days. You then have 30 days to complete your payment if you're happy with your goods. You can complete the payment with no extra cost via credit or debit card at www.klarna.com/uk. No minimum or maximum spend.
Pay in 3
Just like the above, but when choosing to Pay in 3 you can spread the cost over three equal payments over 60 days, with no interest or additional fees. A minimum spend of £35 is required when using this payment option and with a maximum spend of £1000.
1st payment at time of purchase
2nd payment after 30 days
3rd payment after 60 days
KLARNA 0% INTEREST FREE FINANCE
Spread the cost over 6 or 12 equal monthly payments, with no interest or additional fees.
6 Months interest free finance minimum spend £700, maximum spend £5000.
12 months interest free finance minimum spend £800, maximum spend £5000.
For more information regarding Klarna 0% interest free finance please click here
AM I ELIGIBLE FOR KLARNA?
Klarna is subject to your financial circumstances and you must be at least 18 years old to use the service. Your credit rating will not be affected during an initial assessment.
WHAT DO I NEED TO PROVIDE?
You will need to provide your full name, billing address and email address when making a purchase using Klarna, whilst a mobile phone number and date of birth may also be required with certain orders. Providing these personal details correctly is imperative otherwise you will not receive your payment information. All payment information, reminders and statements will be sent to your email address.