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Klarna extends paying in-store proposal across the US

Klarna’s clients currently can purchase at 60,000 US stores

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Klarna extends paying in-store proposal across the US. Source: pexels.com

Klarna has expanded its in-store payment points to more than 60,000 stores including H&M, O.N.S. Clothing, The North Face and Timberland. In the lead holiday shopping season, clients will be able to shop using Klarna’s four, interest-free payments.

While online retail continues to accelerate at a rapid pace, consumers still value the in-store experience and expect the same level of service and convenience whether they're shopping online or in-person. Given how essential smartphones have become in consumers' everyday lives, it's critical for retailers to provide a seamless shopping experience across channels that also includes flexible, mobile payment options at checkout
Sebastian Siemiatkowski, CEO of Klarna

Superior clients in the US suppose it’s better to shop in offline stores at the time of holidays (54%) than in online (46%). Nearly 30% of all reviewed shoppers would like to have more holiday season by breaking their payments up into interest-free installments over two months.

Clients can use the app to form a one-time virtual card, which is included in their primary digital wallet. They can next use their mobile gadgets to purchase such as they can do it in any store which allows contactless payments.

We’ve reported that Klarna has announced the rollout of a new iOS drop widget. It launches alongside inspirational content, deals, and wish lists. This will enable shoppers to get the perfect gift for persons on their wish lists.

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