Buy Now. Pay Later. Powered by Klarna.
- How does Shop Now. Pay Later. work?+
Shop Now. Pay Later. is the new favorite way to pay! This option spreads the cost of your purchase over four easy payments with no hidden fees. Make your first payment at checkout; the rest are automatically collected every other week from the debit or credit card you sign up with. The total amount collected from you will be equivalent to the total purchase if paid up front. This option is available on orders of $35 or more.
- What is Klarna?+
Klarna is the global payment solutions provider that supplies the Shop Now. Pay Later. option at checkout for the smoothest online shopping experience with rue21. Learn more.
- Will this affect my credit score?+
Nope! There is no credit check, which means it won’t affect you credit score when you choose your new favorite way to pay.
- When will my first payment be charged?+
Once your order is confirmed, the first payment will be collected from your account. Please note: Your financial institution may place a hold on your account for the first payment once you complete your order until it is confirmed.
- How can I return Klarna Orders?+
You can return your merchandise purchased with Klarna online or in-store. If the order is returned via mail, you will be credited by Klarna through your original method of payment for any payment(s) already made. Future payments will be adjusted accordingly.
If the order is returned in-store, you will receive a full refund for the total purchase of the order, credited via debit/credit card or store credit. The remaining payment(s) will be charged to your account every other week.
- Will I be charged for remaining Klarna installments after returning in-store?+
Yes. A full refund will be issued via debit/credit card or store credit for returns made in-store. The remaining payment(s) will be charged to your account every other week.
- Can I pay off my purchase early?+
Bummer! Klarna doesn’t offer this option yet.
- Can I split my purchase between Klarna and another form of payment?+
No, at this time purchases can’t be split.