We believe that everyone should be able to have the ultimate gaming setup. That’s why we’re giving you the option of stretching out your purchase into easy payments with Klarna, interest-free.
Paying later or in instalments are great ways to budget and spread the cost of your spending – but do think carefully about your finances before picking any kind of 'pay later' option. Make sure you plan ahead and have enough money to pay the amounts back each month. If you want to know a bit more, our helpful FAQs are a good place to start.
How does it work?
Add to Basket
Find the product(s) you want on our site, add it to your cart and go to checkout as usual.
Select the Klarna payment option and enter your debit or credit card information. To check your eligibility, Klarna will perform a soft search with a credit reference agency. This will not affect your credit score.
Klarna does the rest
The first payment will be taken at the point of purchase, then Klarna will automatically charge your card every 30 days for the remaining payments. You will be informed ahead of time, and remember there's no interest or fees.
If you choose Klarna's pay in 30 days or Pay in 3 options, Klarna will never charge interest or late fees, and there is no impact on your credit score (either for choosing to use Klarna, or if a payment is late or missed). This doesn't mean you should go wild, though. It's more about enjoying the choice to spend flexibly, and you should be sensible with the amount of stuff you buy. Plus, don't forget to keep checking in on any remaining pay-later balances...
Just so you know, Klarna will perform soft searches with credit reference agencies when you take out its payment options (‘Pay in 3’ or ‘Pay in 30 days’) – this is just to check that you're eligible. Don't worry, this won't impact your credit file and it's only visible to you and Klarna.
If you have any trouble with your order, please contact Klarna Customer Service.
Subject to status. T&C's apply. Please read Klarna's full Terms and Conditions here.
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