Here’s the list of stores you can now shop with Klarna in Australia

Posted: 31 January 2020 11:32 am

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We've put together a list of stores that you can now shop with Klarna in 2020.

Just yesterday, Klarna launched into the Australian market. If you haven't heard of this before, it's another 'buy now, pay later' feature, similar to Afterpay and Zip.

So how does Klarna work?

When checking out with the retailers below, you simply need to click "pay with Klarna" and you will use the brand's shopping app to buy your items. After you have purchased your cart, you can pay off the amount in four interest-free payments but Klarna will cover the full amount immediately.

Each time you checkout with Klarna, a credit check is run and the feature will apply an individual credit limit to your account. This will then increase gradually as you make timely repayments and use the app more.

The crazy part of this new fintech is that you can still purchase from retailers even if they aren't a partner with Klarna. When you use the app you can use the "ghost card" feature which also has your funds on it. Again, you then pay Klarna back in installments.

It's important to note that you do need to be over 18 years of age to use Klarna.

Some stores you can now shop with Klarna in Australia:

Klarna originally launched way back in 2005 and now has more than 3,000 employees, 19,000 merchants on it's platform and is now in 19 countries. They partner with some of the biggest brands globally like IKEA, adidas, Samsung, ASOS and Nike just to name a few.

The Klarna app is available for download on iOS and Android.

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