Credit Cards

How to pay your credit card

You will find more information on the different ways you can pay your credit card below.

Payment Methods

Check out the different ways to pay your credit card bill, and the time to allow for each payment method.

Business days are Monday to Friday, excluding weekends and bank holidays.

Important:  When making a payment using your current account provider’s App/Online/Telephone Banking it is essential that you use your credit card number as the reference to ensure the funds reach your account.

Choose a new provider

Choose which financial provider you want to open a credit card account with.  The Competition and Consumer Protection Commission (CCPC) provides independent information including product comparison tools to help you find another provider, visit  www.ccpc.ie/consumers/money-tools/credit-card-comparisons.*

The following is a list of providers who have approached us to be included on this website as possible options for your consideration.*

Customers in Financial Difficulty

If you are in financial difficulty and need additional support, please contact our Financial Health & Support team on 01 7025257 (0044 1268 508018 if calling from outside Republic of Ireland). Our lines are open 8am to 8pm Monday to Friday and Saturdays 8am to 1pm.

Fees and charges

A credit card has many benefits but to get the best from it, you need to be organised with your monthly payments otherwise you could end up paying fees and charges.

  • Late payment fee - if you're late paying your monthly bill.  Late payment fee is €8.50.

Here are some tips on how to avoid paying charges and interest on your credit card:

Frequently Asked Questions

Need additional support?

If you want to speak with our Closure team, please call the Credit Card Centre on 0818 210 261 (lines open 24 hours a day including Bank Holidays; if phoning from outside the Republic of Ireland call +44 1702 275524).*

If you need extra support to close your account e.g. due to a disability, health condition or because your circumstances have changed, please call our dedicated helpline on 1800 656 001.

*Call costs may vary. Calls may be recorded for training and monitoring purposes.