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Frasers Plus

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Frasers Plus
Type of businessSubsidiary
Type of site
Area servedUnited Kingdom
IndustryFinancial services
ServicesBuy-now, pay-later
ParentFrasers Group Financial Services
Launched2023; 1 year ago (2023)
Current statusActive
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Frasers Plus is a British financial services company launched in 2023 by retail company Frasers Group, that provides a buy now, pay later (BNPL) service using technology developed by fintech startup Tymit.[1]

It was announced by Frasers Group in early 2023 that they would begin to offer customers the ability to gain interest-free loans to be spent across the group's retailers under the name Frasers Plus.[2]


In January 2023, Frasers Group CEO Michael Murray announced the group would launch a flexible payment service called Frasers Plus. The service would allow customers to Buy now, pay later and earn points for paying through the service.

Since then the service has been rolled out to most Frasers Group retailers.[3]


Frasers Plus is available in the United Kingdom and can be used in store and online at retailers such as House of Fraser, USC, Flannels, Jack Wills, Sports Direct and more.

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  1. AltFi (2023-01-31). "Frasers Group launches new BNPL product with Tymit". AltFi. Retrieved 2024-02-13.
  2. Wright, Georgia (2023-01-30). "Frasers Group rolls out own 'buy-now, pay-later' offer - Retail Gazette". Retrieved 2024-02-13.
  3. "Frasers to move into credit - report". Sharecast. Retrieved 2024-02-13.