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WHSMITH..Debit Cards

Beate

Registered User
May 21, 2014
12,021
London
They won't be the only ones. A lot of shops now prefer cards to cash due to the virus, although not everyone is refusing them outright. It is a lot easier, quicker and more hygienic to simply tap your card on the reader than to handle cash and to have to give change. From 1 April the amount you can tap on a contactless card without having to use a PIN has increased from £30 to £45 so make use of it!
 

nae sporran

Volunteer Host
Oct 29, 2014
7,030
Bristol
Sainsbury's are doing the same. They let me pay at the self service till, but that took the supervisor away from her post which was decent of her.
 

jugglingmum

Registered User
Jan 5, 2014
5,854
Chester
I was aware quite a lot of shops were doing this, before they closed many cafes were doing this, my local pharmacy is only taking card and has been for weeks.