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Full list of shops that use Klarna

Find out which stores accept Klarna and where you can buy now and pay later using this popular service that offers several pay later options.

Want to split the cost of your shopping into more manageable chunks? Klarna can help.

Klarna is huge in Sweden and growing fast in the UK. The service has just launched in Ireland too. The platform lets you order items from online stores and pay for them later (if you want to keep them). We’ve covered all you need to know about this buy now pay later service, from how it works to the stores that accept Klarna.

Top sites that use Klarna

There are 23 stores that offer Klarna.
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adidasaccessories, fashion-apparel
Ania Kuczyńskafashion-apparel
AOB Nutritionhealth, sports-outdoor
Cult Beautybeauty
Dermalogicabeauty, health
Edge Onlyaccessories
Greenes Shoesaccessories
In the Styleaccessories, fashion-apparel
JD Sportsfashion-apparel, sports-outdoor
Local Heroesfashion-apparel
Michael Korsaccessories, fashion-apparel
Mr Porterbeauty, fashion-apparel
Net-A-Porterbeauty, fashion-apparel
Peachyaccessories, sports-outdoor
The Outnetaccessories, fashion-apparel
Wardrobe Boutiqueaccessories, fashion-apparel
Yours Clothingaccessories, fashion-apparel
Zadig & Voltairefashion-apparel

How does Klarna work?

Klarna has partnered with scores of online retailers – you can see the full list on this page. Once you know a store offers Klarna, you can shop on its website as usual and at the checkout, select Klarna as your payment method. With Klarna, you can select either “Pay in 30”, which is a great option if you want to try items before you buy, or “Pay in 3”, where you can split the payment of orders into 3 more manageable chunks.

Klarna will use your nominated bank card to process your application and approve you at the checkout. It will also send you a reminder about when your payments are due (either 14 or 30 days after you order, depending on the store) and you can pay any time within this period through Klarna’s website.

What shops are signed up to Klarna?

A huge number of shops are signed up to Klarna, including ASOS, Dorothy Perkins, JD Sports, Missguided and Superdry. For a full list of retailers, click here. When you see that your favourite store offers Klarna you can simply select it as a payment method at the checkout page of the retailer’s website.

How many retailers offer Klarna?

Irish customers can shop with any store listed on the Klarna App. Klarna is used frequently on the larger sites like JD Sports, Dorothy Perkins, River Island and ASOS. As more and more people turn away from credit cards, buy now pay later options like Klarna are an exciting and popular choice.

What happens if I make a late payment on Klarna?

Klarna will automatically try to collect payment for your purchase from the debit or credit card you entered at checkout. If this doesn’t go through on the scheduled due date, Klarna will make one further attempt to automatically collect payment 2 days later. If this attempt also fails, Klarna will issue you a statement for the full outstanding order amount, which will become payable 15 days later.

Customers will be notified when a payment is due 2 days before Klarna attempts to collect it and your credit score will not be impacted by using Klarna’s “Pay later” products, even if you have failed to pay on time.

Can you pay by Klarna at John Lewis, Argos or Currys?

Unfortunately, the answer is no at the moment. But watch this space as Klarna’s list of retailers is increasing by the day.

Can you use Klarna to pay for electronics?

You can indeed! Take a look at our list above of every shop that accepts Klarna, including Samsung, Novatech and Microsoft. Our table even includes a column for specific categories and a search bar, so you can find what you’re looking for quicker.

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    ShirleyJanuary 30, 2022

    Hi, what companies in Ireland accept klarna?

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