Local payment methods in Denmark

Support dozens of popular payment methods around the world with a single integration.

For business based in Denmark, we support a number of non-card payment methods. Fees for each payment method, assessed per successful payment, are listed below. There are no additional gateway fees or hidden fees.

Payment method

Price

Alipay

2.9% + 2kr

Bancontact

1.4% + 2kr

EPS

1.6% + 2kr

giropay

1.4% + 2kr

iDEAL

4kr

Klarna

See pricing

Multibanco

2.95% + 2kr

Przelewy24

2.2% + 2kr

SEPA Direct Debit

0.8% + 2kr capped at 40kr

Sofort

1.4% + 2kr

WeChat Pay

2.9% + 2kr

Please note we charge 75kr for failed or disputed SEPA Direct Debit payments.

If you would like to discuss volume pricing, contact us.

Klarna pricing for businesses in Denmark

Stripe supports 4 different Klarna payment options for businesses in Denmark: Pay later for deferred payments, Pay now for using stored payment credentials, Slice it and Pay later in 3 for installment payments. You can find more about each option in the Docs.

The pricing and availability for Klarna’s different payment methods vary based on your customer’s country. Fees for each Klarna option and supported country for businesses in Denmark are listed below. Fees for payments using Klarna are assessed per successful payment.

Purchase country

Pay later

Slice it

Pay now

Pay later in 3

Austria

2.99% + 2.65kr

2.99%

1.4% + 2kr

-

Belgium

2.99% + 7.50kr

-

1.35% + 1.50kr

-

Denmark

2.79% + 5.90kr

0.99% + 5.90kr

-

-

Finland

2.79% + 4.50kr

0.99% + 4.50kr

-

-

Germany

2.99% + 2.65kr

2.99%

1.4% + 2kr

-

Italy

-

-

1.35% + 1.50kr

3.99% + 1.50kr

Netherlands

2.99% + 7.50kr

-

1.4% + 2kr

-

Norway

2.79% + 4.50kr

0.99% + 4.50kr

-

-

Spain

-

-

1.35% + 1.50kr

3.99% + 1.50kr

Sweden

2.79% + 4.15kr

0.99% + 4.15kr

1.4% + 2kr

-

United Kingdom

2.9% + 1.75kr

-

-

4.99% + 1.75kr

If you would like to discuss pricing for businesses with large payment volumes using Klarna, contact Stripe Support.

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