Klarna Chief Executive Officer and co-founder Sebastian Siemiatkowski.
Klarna's chief executive officer and co-founder Sebastian Siemiatkowski.
Rebecca Wayman

Klarna customers can now pay for their goods in person with this new payment option

Payments provider Klarna has revealed all its alternative payment options are available both in-store as well as online.

Klarna’s alternative payment options include: Shoppers can pay later, up to 30 days after delivery of goods; shoppers can pay for purchases in three equal instalments collected monthly; and for higher-ticket items, consumers can use Klarna’s consumer finance in six to 36 month payment plans.

With the majority of retail transactions in the UK still taking place in-store, Klarna has made the move into physical retail to support the needs of multi-channel clients.

Klarna’s solutions aim to work with any connected smartphone. Customers can pay via their phone at the till by either scanning a QR code on the retailers’ screen or being sent an SMS or email with a payment link.

Luke Griffiths, Klarna UK’s general manager, said: “Shoppers today want more control over their buying experience. Our mission is to make payments as seamless and stress-free as possible.

“We’re now bringing more payment flexibility to the in-store environment, so shoppers can move smoothly through the purchase journey, whether they choose to shop online or on the high street.”

Having access to deferred payments in-store means consumers can boost their purchase power right when needed at the point of sale, and customers can reportedly take their items home the same day and repay how and when suits them.

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