Klarna interest free installments

3 interest-free payments for orders over 60 euros.
Pay for your purchase in 3 interest-free payments to spread the cost of your purchase over time. The first payment is made when the order is processed and the remaining 2 payments are automatically received every 30 days from the bank account, credit or debit card of your choice. With Klarna, you have the flexibility to shop without interest.

What is Klarna?

Klarna Bank AB, known to the public as Klarna, is a Swedish fintech company, which was founded in 2005 and offers financial services mainly related to consumer payments. Since 2011, it is estimated that 40% of all e-commerce sales in Sweden were made through Klarna. Today, it is the leading service worldwide with more than 90 million active users in 17 countries, with the aim of providing smart & flexible payment methods for their Online shopping.

What services does Klarna offer?

Klarna's main service is to offer a different and innovative payment method for e-commerce companies. It has become known as a 'Buy now, pay later' (BNPL) payment provider, as it offers credits to its customers during their purchases as part of the check-out process of their online purchases. Klarna offers the Pay in 3 option, which allows the consumer to pay off their purchase in 3 equal interest-free installments, even with the use of a debit card.

How do I place an order through Klarna?

For orders over €60, the option "3 Klarna interest-free installments" appears at checkout. The first payment is made on the spot by credit or debit card upon order confirmation and the remaining 2 payments are automatically received in 30 days and 60 days respectively. All you need to do is add your debit or credit card details that you want to use for automatic payments. When it's time to make your payment, you'll be notified.

Is there any additional charge?

There is no extra charge for using the 3 Free Installments service with Klarna! With Klarna, you have the flexibility to make your purchases without any additional interest!

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