Financing With Klarna
Pay monthly at no extra cost with interest free credit
How it works:
We’re giving you more flexibility, introducing interest free credit – so you can pay monthly, at no extra cost. Spread your payments over a 6, 12, or 24 months period with Klarna, one of our payment providers.
At check out, you will have 2 options: Pay in 3 (for all baskets sizes under £1,000) or Financing (for all basket sizes, up to £4,000). Note you will undergo a credit check with Financing but not in Pay in 3.
Select Klarna at checkout and you'll be presented with a payment plan.
Fill in a few personal details and get an instant answer from Klarna. If successful, your agreement begins and your order is placed.
Your dream heirloom will be made and/or delivered and your Klarna repayments will start.
How do I apply?
When you apply for interest free credit with Klarna for the first time, you'll be asked to provide your phone number, email address, billing address and date of birth. This information will be kept secure by Klarna. Fenton does not have access to this. If you use Klarna Slice it again, you'll only need to agree your order and won't need to provide the same personal information again.
Am I eligible?
To be eligible you must be at least 18 years old, and the success of your application is subject to your financial circumstances and a full credit search. To improve your application’s chances of success, make sure you enter full and accurate personal details, and have your order delivered to your registered billing address.
You are responsible for making the agreed repayments on time and in full. Making these repayments in full as agreed means you’ll be able to spread your payments across the time frame agreed, at no extra cost – helping you get the designs you want without having to pay up front.
But if you miss payments, the interest free arrangement will cease and you’ll be required to pay interest on all future repayments at 18.9% APR (representative, variable). This is reflected in the information below:
Representative example of interest incurred if you miss a repayment
Purchase interest rate
Assumed credit limit