PayPoint

At PayPoint, you can buy or renew a licence, make payments on a TV Licensing payment card, or save towards your next licence with our savings card. You can make payments by debit card or cash.

There are around 29,000 UK PayPoints, in places like newsagents, fuel stations and supermarkets. If you need to check disabled access at any PayPoint, please call 0800 310 0000.

Find your nearest PayPoint

PayPoint is not available in the Channel Islands or Isle of Man, but you can pay at your local post office.

What you can do at PayPoint

Buy a new TV Licence

Give the retailer your name and address, and pay the full licence fee by debit card or cash. They’ll enter your details onto our database and give you a receipt. Please keep this, as it is proof of your licence. We won’t send you a separate TV Licence if you pay at PayPoint. However, you can view your licence any time online.

Renew a licence

Show the retailer your renewal letter, and pay the full licence fee by debit card or cash. They’ll give you a receipt and a payment slip. Please keep these, as they are proof of your licence. We won’t send you a separate TV Licence if you renew at PayPoint. However, you can view your licence any time online.

Pay with your TV Licensing payment card

Take your payment card to the retailer and pay by debit card or cash. To apply for a payment card, please call 0300 555 0286*.

Deposit savings on your TV Licensing savings card

Take your savings card to the retailer and deposit your savings with a debit card or cash. Please keep the receipt they’ll give you as proof of your deposit. To apply for a savings card, please call 0300 555 0281*.


If you still have questions take a look at TV Licensing FAQs where you can find all the answers in one place.

*Calls to our 0300 numbers cost no more than a national rate call to an 01 or 02 number, whether from a mobile or landline. If you get inclusive minutes with your mobile, calls to an 0300 number will be included.

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