Klarna will introduce a loyalty program and the Pay Now payment method in Poland

Klarna has announced plans to introduce two of its fastest-growing products to Poland – the Klarna Bonus Club, a loyalty program with rewards for users who pay their liabilities on time, and the Pay Now payment method, the company said.


“By introducing the ‘Pay Now’ service, Klarna will offer consumers the option of immediate, full payment. (…) The Klarna Bonus Club, guarantees rewards for the diligence and responsibility of its buyers, rewarding them for making their payments on time. (…), ”said Sebastian Siemiątkowski, CEO and co-founder of Klarny, quoted in the release.

By rewarding consumers for each payment made on time, Klarna aims to become the most popular payment method in Poland, emphasized.

“In 2021 alone, our loyalty program members redeemed more than $ 35 million in rewards, without paying any membership fees or other fees. This strongly distinguishes us from, for example, loyalty programs offered for credit cards. (…), ”added Łukasz Dwulit, director of business development at Klarna in Poland.

The introduction of new Klarna products and functions in Poland is related to the recent premiere of the Klarna shopping application. This application, designed in the “all-in-one” formula, is used by over 45 million consumers from all over the world, including Poland. It allows you to shop with Klarna in any online store.

Klarna has over 100 million active users worldwide who make 2 million transactions a day. It has over 250,000 global trading partners including H&M, Saks, Sephora, Macy’s, IKEA, Expedia Group, Samsung, ASOS, Peloton, Ralph Lauren, Abercrombie & Fitch, Nike and Shein. Klarna reports that it is one of the highest-valued fintechs in the world, its valuation is USD 45.6 billion. was founded in 2005, employs over 4,000 people and operates in 17 markets. Fintech is supported by Sequoia Capital (since 2010), and recently its investors have also been joined by, inter alia, SilverLake, Dragoneer, Bestseller Group, Permira, Ant Group, HMI Capital, TCV, NorthZone, Commonwealth Bank of Australia, Merian Chrysalis Investment Company Limited and funds managed by BlackRock.

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