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Homebase offers BNPL options in-store

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Homebase has partnered with Novuna Consumer Finance to offer customers flexible finance options in-store.

As part of the new partnership, customers shopping at the home and garden retailer will be able to spread the cost via an interest-bearing agreement, an interest-free credit agreement or through a buy-now-pay-later (BNPL) credit financing option of up to £50,000, provided by PayPal.

“Partnering with Novuna means our customers can easily spread the cost of their kitchen, bathroom and bedroom projects in a way that’s both flexible and responsible,” Homebase finance director Simon Luscombe said.

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“We’ve been really impressed with how simple Novuna makes the purchasing journey for both our customers and our team.”

Novuna Consumer Finance head of retail Brian Flesk added: “We’re delighted to be working with Homebase as one of our new retail partners. The flexible finance options will mean its customers can spread the cost of their new dream kitchen, bathroom or bedroom.

“Through our partnership, Homebase will benefit from our unique package of smart, bespoke credit offerings with numerous tailoring options which allows them to create the right finance option for each individual customer in-store to help them improve or transform their homes.”

The news comes as a raft of retailers including Wilko, Mac, Jo Malone and Tom Ford announced its partnership with BNPL platform Clearpay to now offer flexible payments in-store.

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