ASOS is now offering Klarna AND Clearpay so you can shop exactly how you want.

Posted: 18 December 2019 7:03 pm

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Choose your style and choose your payment service.

As the option to shop online right now and pay off the bill later becomes increasingly popular in the UK, more and more retailers are jumping at the chance to offer the service to their customers.

As of this week, ASOS has just announced that UK customers will have more choice than ever when it comes to paying for their online shopping. Customers can place orders at ASOS and when they reach the checkout page choose either Klarna or Clearpay as their payment method.

“Buy now pay later” services allow customers to split the cost of shopping, particularly larger purchases, into more manageable chunks. Both Klarna and Clearpay will divide your final basket amount into smaller, more affordable amounts that are then automatically taken from your payment method at pre-determined times. Klarna has three options for managing your payments and Clearpay has just one simple option to split your shopping into four equal portions. Find out more about the differences between Klarna and Clearpay in our comparison article.

If you’re interested in learning more about “buy now pay later” services then you can check out our Clearpay review and Klarna review here. Alternatively, you can check out our full list of Clearpay stores and full list of Klarna stores.

Looking for a killer deal? Be sure to check out our full list of ASOS discount codes to make sure you’re getting the best possible deal!

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