Payment method display
Please note: The payment method display will update automatically with the new Klarna brand on the 28th August. Merchants are not required to take any action for this.
Using Klarna’s Payment method display you generate trust and increase your conversion. Use the provided URLs to replace the source of any old Klarna badge. Once you’ve done this, you’ll never have to update your Payment method display again. We host them for you, ensuring maximum availability and fast loading times.
You need to specify these parameters in the URL to get the correct ad on your site:
You specify country in order to get a specific logo, aligned with the legal requirements in each country.
Available Country Codes
Your website’s background
Depending on if you have dark or light background you can get either a black or white logo.
For illustrative purposes the examples use
xx_XX, see above for the appropriate country codes
We recommend that the Klarna logo displayed at your site is between 330-440 px. Note that you should not add px after the size parameter.
We recommend that the long version of the Payment Method Display at your site is between 330-440 px, and 240-312 px for the short version. Note that you should not add px after the size parameter.
How to use the Payment Method Display
When showing the different payment alternatives you offer in your store, display our one and only logo.
What it is
An image that in a clear, structured and appealing way informs the consumer about the payment methods that are available in your store. Klarna’s presence as enabler and guarantor of a simple purchase process is also conveyed.
Where it’s used
On the landing page of a web store using Klarna Checkout.
What it does
It increases conversion by informing customers about the available payment methods and the simple purchase process to be expected. It’s always up-to-date without any further efforts from your side.
* For Finland we are not allowed to use Nordea Finland’s logotype in our Payment method display due to the bank’s logotype restrictions.