Harrods to offer BNPL in-store and online

Harrods has partnered with Klarna to offer customers its Buy Now, Pay Later (BNPL) service in-store and digitally.

From Monday, UK in-store shoppers will have access to the company's Pay in 3 payment option for beauty purchases in Harrods' Beauty Hall, as well as across H beauty stores in Essex (Lakeside), and Milton Keynes.

According to Klarna, further Harrods departments are set to roll out the flexible payment option over the next few months.

Customers shopping via Harrods.com in the UK will also be able use the Pay in 3 BNPL service, whilst US customers can use Pay in 4 when purchasing goods online.

In Germany, Austria, and Switzerland, online customers will be able to use Klarna’s Pay later feature when shopping.

“Harrods is known for providing a first-class shopping experience, and this latest partnership with Klarna enables us to give our Harrods customers maximum flexibility and convenient payment options,” said Alex Unitt, partnerships director at Harrods. “We’re excited to bring Klarna to our iconic beauty halls in Knightsbridge, as well as H beauty, our beauty emporiums in Essex and Milton Keynes, and across Harrods.com.”

Unitt added:“Klarna’s market-leading payments products will enable us to continue supporting existing customers' payment needs, as well as enabling a greater breadth of customers to access Harrods’ unrivalled selection of international brands and products.”

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