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You can pay your credit card at any time, but you have to make a payment by the date shown on your monthly statement. The quicker you pay off your balance, the less interest you are likely to pay.

Here are the different ways you can pay your credit card.

Transfer money from another account

Pay using the Internet Bank

If you’re registered, log into the Internet Bank, then choose:

  1. Quick transfer on the left side of the page
  2. the account you want to pay from
  3. the credit card you want to pay
  4. the amount you want to pay
  5. Go.

Your payment should reach your credit card within 1 working day.

Pay using the Banking app

Open the Banking app on your mobile phone, then choose:

  1. the account you want to pay from
  2. Pay or move money on the bottom right
  3. One of your Nationwide accounts
  4. the credit card you want to pay
  5. the amount you want to pay
  6. Next
  7. confirm the details are correct
  8. Make transfer.

Your payment should reach your credit card within 1 working day.

Pay from another bank or building society

If you want to pay your credit card from an account with another bank, you’ll need to set up a payment using:

  • sort code: 073012
  • account number: 00001604
  • reference: use the 16 digit number on the front of your credit card

These details can also be used if someone else wants to pay your credit card.

You’ll need to check with the other bank how long your transfer will take to be completed.

Note:

Your 16 digit number will change if you report your credit card lost or stolen and receive a new card.


Pay by Direct Debit

You have 3 payment options:

1. Pay the minimum amount each month.
The minimum payment due will be taken.

2. Pay the total account balance each month.
The outstanding account balance when your statement was produced will be taken.

3. Pay a set amount each month.
If this set amount is less than the minimum payment due, we will take the minimum payment.

You can change between any of the 3 payment options any time online (if you're registered for online banking), or by calling us on 03456 00 66 11 , 8am to 8pm Monday to Saturday or 9am to 5pm on Sunday.

You’ll need:

  • the account number and sort code of the bank account you are paying from
  • your 16 digit credit card number

A new Direct Debit will be confirmed on your next statement. Until then, please make sure you continue to pay by your usual method. 

Direct Debit payments will reach your card the same day, unless your payment is due on a weekend. Then it’ll be the next working day.


Pay with cash or cheque

You can pay your credit card in branch using a cheque or cash.

You’ll need to take:

  • Your credit card
  • Your payment slip, if you’re paying by cheque. You don’t have to have this with you but it’s quicker if you do

Payments by cheque can take up to 5 working days to reach your account.

Payments by cash will go into your account the same day.

To pay your credit card through the post, make your cheque payable to Nationwide Credit Card, followed by your name. Write your 16 digit card number on the back of the cheque and send it to:

Nationwide Credit Card Services
PO Box 2884
Swindon
SN38 1WZ

Information:

For security reasons, do not send cash in the post.

Pay by phone

You can make payments to your credit card over the phone, either by making a transfer from your current account via telephone banking, or by making a call to our 24-hour automated service and making a debit card payment.

Note:

You cannot pay your Nationwide credit card with another credit card.

To pay by phone with any debit card

  • Our automated payment service is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
  • You'll need your 16-digit credit card number and the debit card you intend to pay from, which must be in the same name

Step 1 Call our automated service on 03456 00 66 11

Step 2 Use the keypad to enter your details

Your payment will usually be credited to your account the next working day.

If you would prefer not to use the automated service to make a payment, you can call the above number and choose to speak to a member of our service team.