Stores that have a Payzone terminal have lots of popular bill payment services, including gas, electricity, water, mobile phone top-ups and SIM cards. You can also top-up travel cards that can be used on trains, trams and buses. Some Payzone stores even offer a parcel collection service.
Together with the Post Office, we have a network of over 24,000 stores and that number is growing every day.
Retailers that choose to offer a Payzone bill payments facility feel strongly about providing you with an easy way to pay their bills. Visit your local shop, pay your gas bill and grab a pint of milk while you’re there.
Not quite sure how you can find out where your nearest store is? We’re here to help.
Check out our Store Locator tool! Simply type in your postcode and discover where you can access Payzone bill payment services in your area.
You can also look out for any stores that display our signage in their window.
Payzone stores can offer you more than just groceries. Take a look at what Payzone services mean for you.
We’re part of Post Office Group
We’ve joined forces with the Post Office and together we will be releasing services currently offered at a Post Office into our Payzone stores.
Utilities & Bill Payments
You can pay your council tax, rent and utility bills at your local store. Payzone works with major energy and gas suppliers such as British Gas, EDF, Npower and Eon.
Some Payzone stores offer a drop off & pick up service, so you can shop online and send parcels to your local shop.
Mobile Top-ups & SIMs
Top-up your mobile and buy SIM cards and various international calling cards for major mobile network providers such as EE, 02, Tesco Mobile, Virgin Media and Vodafone.
Transport & Ticketing
Don’t start your morning by queuing at the station. Buy paper bus tickets and top-ups for travel cards for trains, trams and buses at your local Payzone store. Now you have more time for coffee.
Lotto & Online Gaming
Access The Health Lottery and LottoSocial, plus a selection of online gaming services.
I've got to know the staff at my local convenience store really well, as I am in there at least twice in one week to top up my gas card. I'm in my seventies now, so it's so handy to be able to pick up my shopping, pay my bills and have a bit of natter without having to walk very far.
My job has me working long hours, so when I order things online I am never in to sign for them. I noticed that the local shop at the bottom of my road offers a parcel collection service, so I started to get my orders sent to there. It means that I can pick up my parcels on my way home, which makes life so much easier!