2 ways to pay with Klarna.

There are 2 different ways you can choose to pay whilst making a purchase through Klarna.

You can choose to Pay later, so you'll get 30 [or 14] days to pay after the order has been delivered.
You can can choose to Pay later in 3 interest free instalments, in which you'll pay a third of the price when you place an order, and then the 2 further payments at 30 and 60 days. 

Below you'll find more information about each payment method:


Can't pay now? Pay 30 [or 14] days after your order has been delivered.

• Get what you want now. Pay after 30 [or 14] days.

• No interest or fees for the service - ever.

• Receive the goods before you pay.

• Simple and safe.


Prefer to make smaller payments over a longer period? Pay later in 3 equal instalments.

• Get what you want now. Pay over time.

• One part payment at purchase and 2 further payments at 30 and 60 days.

• Automatically collected monthly from your chosen debit or credit card.

• No interest or fees - ever.

• No credit application required.

• Simple and safe.

Here's an example purchase based on an item that cost's £195.

Your 1st payment of £65 would be taken when the order is placed.

30 days later a further payment of £65 would be taken and then the final payment of £65 would be taken at 60 days. 

Contact Klarna

If you need further assistance you can contact Klarna’s customer care team for free, or use there online chat service.

Please find links below to Klarna's website where you can find more information on Klarna.

Click here for information regarding Klarna’s products.

Click here for frequently asked questions or Klarna's Customer Service.

Local number: 0203 0050 833

Freephone number: 0808 1893 333


About Klarna

Klarna is one of Europe's fastest growing companies and a leading alternative payment provider. Klarna’s vision is to make all payments ‘smoooth’ adding value for both the consumer and merchant with there unique payment options and customer experience. 

Klarna was founded in 2005. In 2014 they joined forces with SOFORT and formed Klarna Group and in 2017 acquired BillPay. Today they have 2000 employees in 14 markets and lead the way for European alternative payments serving 60 million consumers and 100,000 merchants.