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At the shops
 

Person making a chip and pin payment with MBNA credit card

Chip and PIN

You’re probably familiar with chip and PIN as it’s been around for a while now, and is still the most widespread way of paying just about everywhere you need to physically present your card, like shops and restaurants.

If you’re not sure what we’re talking about, it’s where you pop your credit card in a payment machine and input the 4 digit number sent to you when you opened your account.

Person making contactless payment with MBNA credit card

Contactless and mobile devices

All MBNA cards are contactless as standard, so you can use them wherever you see the contactless symbol. Or if using your smartphone or a mobile device to make payments sounds like your thing, the good news is you can add your MBNA card to any compatible device.

Using a card – make payments of up to £30.

Using a mobile device – some retailers set their own limits, so check with them before you pay.

Mobile device payments

Apple Pay™

Apple Pay™

Enjoy all the benefits of your MBNA credit card using Apple Pay. It’s the easy, secure and private way to pay.

Learn more

Google Pay

Google Pay™

Google Pay is the fast, simple way to pay with your MBNA credit card in stores, in apps and online.

Learn more

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Online shopping

You can use your card to shop online wherever Visa, or Mastercard are accepted. Just follow the merchant’s instructions when you come to pay.

Read about using your card securely

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Shopping abroad

Your MBNA credit card also makes a great travel pal as it can usually be used in the same way for shopping overseas as it can at home. Remember though, we usually charge a non-sterling transaction fee for transactions made with your credit card overseas. Check your account terms and conditions for more information about any overseas fees and charges.

You’ll find lots of handy stuff in our guide to using your card abroad.

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Over the phone

Sometimes you might need to pay someone by telephone. Have your card to hand when you do this as you’ll need to give the long card number from the front, the expiry date and the 3-digit number from the back.

It’s really important you know who you’re talking to when you give out your card details over the phone, so make sure you only do this with reputable companies.

Also useful to know

Unless there's a retail promotional rate of 0% on your account, or you pay your statement balance in full every month (including the full amount of any transfers), you'll pay interest on card purchases.

We offer a range of payment options to suit you.

As standard, you won't be liable for any transactions that are confirmed as fraudulent, provided that you tell us as soon as you spot anything unusual on your account, or if your card is lost/has been stolen.

Making payments to your account

It’s important to make your monthly payments on time. Promotional offers will no longer apply from the beginning of any statement period during which you have breached your terms and conditions, for example if you haven’t paid on time or have gone over your credit limit.

Remember to check your statements for the minimum payment amount and due date. We recommend you pay more than the minimum amount when you can to reduce the time and cost of repaying your balance.

From Direct Debit payments which pretty much look after themselves, to one-off debit card payments, we offer a range of payment options to suit you.

Learn more about making payments
 

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