UK
Nov 11, 2021

Klarna launches the Money Talks card game to encourage open conversations around money.

  • The Money Talks card game will combine questions around money habits with a fun twist to help break the stigma around money
  • Launching in collaboration with some of the UK’s most popular podcasters on the Acast Creator Network, including Vicky Pattison, Kate Thornton and comedy duo Will Mellor and Ralf Little, listeners will be able to hear the hosts play the game firsthand. Listeners will hear the worries and habits their favourite hosts have experienced and be encouraged to start their own conversations with their friends 
  • The limited edition physical game will be up for grabs, with the game available online from 8th November 

London, 11th November 2021: Klarna, the leading global banking, payments and shopping service, has launched the Money Talks card game to spark genuine and meaningful conversations around spending, saving and shopping to help break the stigma around money. 

Informed by the Social Vulnerability Scale, which is proven to foster closeness in conversation through mutual vulnerability, Klarna’s Money Talks card game will facilitate open and honest discussions between players in a positive and fun way. Reflecting the Scale, the game comprises of three levels and a wildcard round, with each level touching on a different theme including relationships, personal habits,  mindsets and financial basics.

Launching in collaboration with some of the UK’s most popular podcasters on the Acast Creator Network, including Vicky Pattison, Kate Thornton and comedy duo Will Mellor and Ralf Little, listeners will be able to hear the hosts play the game firsthand. Listeners will hear the worries and anxieties their favourite hosts have experienced and be encouraged to start their own conversations with their friends. 

There will be physical copies of the game up for grabs from the Money Talks card game homepage, with winners randomly selected from a raffle.

Emily Thomas, UK Consumer PR Lead at Klarna said, “Sparking honest conversations about money is the first step in reducing the stigma and anxiety surrounding this taboo topic. At Klarna, we are dedicated to educating our users about responsible spending and encouraging financial wellness. The Money Talks card game will do just that, by having fun but also opening up honest discussions around spending, shopping and wellbeing.”

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