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Defines if a certain payment method is accepted or not. Edit or translate this description.
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Defines if a certain payment method is accepted or not.

The notation is made with a subkey: payment:method=yes/no/interval

Values


Keys

This list shows the payment methods mostly used, but you are not limited to just these keys.

Cash

Key Information Comment
payment:coins If you can pay by coins.
payment:notes If you can pay with notes (paper money).
payment:cash A shortcut tag for payment:coins + payment:notes.

Cheques

Key Information Comment
payment:cheque If you can pay by cheques.

Wire transfer

Key Information Comment
payment:wire_transfer Wire transfer on Wikipedia. If you can pay by wire transfer.

Electronic Purses / Intersector Electronic Purses (IEP) / Stored-value cards

A stored-value card refers to monetary value on a card not in an externally recorded account and differs from prepaid cards where money is on deposit with the issuer similar to a debit card. One major difference between stored value cards and prepaid debit cards is that prepaid debit cards are usually issued in the name of individual account holders, while stored value cards are usually anonymous.

Key Information Comment
payment:electronic_purses Generic tag for any electronic purse This should be mainly used when electronic purses not accepted. If EPs are accepted, please indicate which by using a more specific key.
payment:ep_avant Used in Finland.
payment:ep_beep beep homepage

beep on Wikipedia

Used in the Philippines.
payment:ep_brizzi BRIZZI homepage (Indonesian only) Used in Indonesia
payment:ep_bsbcash BSB Cash homepage (Indonesian only) Used in Indonesia, especially in regions of South Sumatera and Bangka-Belitung
payment:ep_cash Cash on Wikipedia (german only) Used in Switzerland, now defunct.
payment:ep_chipknip Chipknip homepage (dutch only)
Chipknip on Wikipedia
Used in the Netherlands, Chipknip is defunct as of 1-1-2015 so tags should be removed.
payment:ep_flazz Flazz homepage (Indonesian only) Used in Indonesia
payment:ep_geldkarte GeldKarte homepage

GeldKarte on Wikipedia (german only)

Used in Germany.
payment:ep_mandiri_emoney Mandiri e-money homepage (Indonesian only) Used in Indonesia. Not to be confused with NOBU e-money, another incompatible payment system in Indonesia.
payment:ep_megacash MEGACASH homepage (Indonesian only) Used in Indonesia
payment:ep_mep Used in Portugal
payment:ep_minicash Used in Luxembourg
payment:ep_minipay Used in Italy
payment:ep_monedero Monedero on Wikipedia (spanish only) Used in Argentina. Previously used mainly for public transport, but it was replaced by SUBE for that purpose.
payment:ep_monedero4b Used in Spain
payment:ep_moneo Used in France, discontinued in 2015
payment:ep_nobu_emoney NOBU e-money homepage (Indonesian only) Used in Indonesia. Not to be confused with Mandiri e-money, another incompatible payment system in Indonesia.
payment:ep_proton Used in Belgium. Proton is defunct as of 2015-01-01 so tags should be removed.
payment:ep_quick Quick homepage (german only)
Quick on Wikipedia (german only)
Used in Austria. Discontinued with 2017-07-31
payment:ep_tapcash TapCash homepage (Indonesian only) Used in Indonesia

Debit cards

Key Information Comment
payment:debit_cards Generic tag for any debit card This should be mainly used when debit cards are not accepted. If cards are accepted, please indicate which by using a more specific key.
payment:bancomat Bancomat on Wikipedia

Bancomat homepage

Italy
payment:bancontact Bancontact website, wikipedia:nl:Bancontact, wikipedia:fr:Bancontact Belgium
payment:bankaxept BankAxept Website, wikipedia:en:BankAxept Norway
payment:bankaxess BankAxess Website redirects to BankAxept Norway
payment:coinkite Coinkite Website
payment:girocard Girocard on Wikipedia

Girocard Webseite

In Germany known as "EC"
payment:gpn_debit GPN on Wikipedia (Indonesian) Indonesia ("GPN" stands for "Gerbang Pembayaran Nasional", literally "National Payment Gateway")
payment:laser Laser on Wikipedia

Laser homepage

payment:maestro Maestro on Wikipedia

Maestro homepage

payment:postfinance_card PostFinance Card homepage Switzerland
payment:v_pay V Pay on Wikipedia SEPA by Visa
payment:visa_debit Visa Debit on Wikipedia

(please add link to website)

payment:visa_electron Visa Electron on Wikipedia

(please add link to website)

payment:cb CB bank card, Groupement des Cartes Bancaires CB on Wikipedia

Official website

Used in France, Logo.

Credit cards

A comprehensive list of credit cards can be found in the credit card category on wikipedia.

Key Information Comment
payment:credit_cards Generic tag for any credit card This should be mainly used when credit cards are not accepted. If cards are accepted, please indicate which by using a more specific key.
payment:american_express American Express on Wikipedia

American Express homepage

payment:bca_card BCA Card homepage Currently used in Indonesia, especially with EDC terminals supplied with BCA (Bank Central Asia).
payment:diners_club Diners Club on Wikipedia

Diners Club homepage

payment:discover_card Discover Card on Wikipedia

Discover Card homepage

payment:jcb JCB on Wikipedia

JCB Card Homepage

payment:mastercard MasterCard on Wikipedia

MasterCard homepage

payment:unionpay UnionPay on Wikipedia

UnionPay homepage

payment:visa Visa on Wikipedia

Visa homepage

payment:contactless Contactless payment on Wikipedia and Contactless smart card on Wikipedia Used to indicate that a venue has 'contactless' (only RFID/NFC-based) bank card readers. You may consider adding the precise variety of contactless smart card accepted, see entry below.

Not to be confused with contactless electronic variants of payment:meal_voucher and payment:electronic_purses that are used in-house at many places.

payment:mastercard_contactless

payment:visa_contactless

payment:american_express_contactless

payment:girocard_contactless

payment:expresspay

payment:quickpass

payment:QUICPay

payment:rupay_contactless

Specific types of contactless payment with common credit and debit cards. See entry above for more details.

payment:mastercard_contactless was formerly payment:paypass.

payment:visa_contactless is alternatively tagged payment:paywave.

Fuel cards

More information plus additional providers of fuel cards.

Key Information Comment
payment:berlio NP LLC BERLIO homepage Available in Belarus, Russia, Poland and Ukraine
payment:dkv DKV Euro Service on Wikipedia (German only)

DKV homepage

payment:ids Q8 International Diesel Service homepage
payment:roadrunner Roadrunner homepage (German only)
payment:routex Routex homepage
payment:svg SVG homepage (German only)
payment:uta UTA homepage
payment:esso_card

payment:hoyer_card

payment:shell

payment:total_card

Some further common cards by gas station operators that exist in OSM

Payment via phone

Key Information Comment
payment:sms Payment can be done by sending a paid short message to a special number.
payment:toll_number Meaning unclear. Used on 14 objects (11/2019)
payment:mobile_phone

payment:app

Payment is possible with a mobile phone, e.g. a dedicated app.
payment:telephone_cards
payment:payback_app Payment with PAYBACK-App
payment:payconiq_app Payconiq on Wikipedia

Payconiq Belgium Home Page

Payment with Payconiq-App

Public transport

Key Information Comment
payment:bob
payment:China_T-union IC card with“交通联合 China T-union” logo.
payment:clipper Clipper card on Wikipedia

Clipper card homepage

Contactless payment card for public transit in the San Francisco Bay Area.
payment:ic Use IC card for every transportion ways.
payment:icsf Suica card on Wikipedia

Suica card homepage
Transport card on Wikipedia JP

"IC Stored Fare", used in Japan for buses, trains, subways and convenience stores. ICSF is a general name of some prepaid cards that published by Japanese public transport companies. They keeps interoperability between themselves. This tag includes those cards.
payment:ipass iPASS on Wikipedia, iPASS official website Contactless smartcard in Taiwan
Please notice the difference to payment:i_pass!
payment:jak_lingko Jak Lingko on Wikipedia (Indonesian)

Jak Lingko homepage

Contact-less payment card for public transport in Jakarta, Indonesia.
  • The "Kartu Jelajah" card, used in MRT Jakarta, is part of and completely compatible with Jak Lingko.
  • It is known that Jak Lingko cards are based on several electronic purses in Indonesia, such as BNI TapCash (payment:ep_tapcash).
payment:OV-Chipkaart OV-Chipkaart on Wikipedia (Dutch)

OV-Chipkaart homepage

Contact-less payment card for public transport in the Netherlands.
payment:oyster Oyster card on Wikipedia

Oyster card homepage

Contactless payment card for public transport in London.
payment:prepaid_ticket One or more tickets you buy in advance and that are stamped at a ticket vending machine before traveling. Example
payment:sube SUBE card on Wikipedia (spanish)

SUBE home page (spanish only).

Government-issued contact-less card, used in Argentina for buses, trains and subways. Apparently uses MiFARE Classic.

Road toll

Key Information Website Country and region Comment
payment:touchngo Touch 'n Go Card Malaysia Contactless payment card used by tolls in all major highways, in Malaysia
payment:touchngo_smarttag Touch 'n Go SmartTAG Malaysia SmartTAG is an on-board unit with infrared technology, that works in combination with the Touch 'n Go card (payment:touchngo) and enables users to pay for toll charges with a drive-through convenience, through some tolls in Malaysia
payment:touchngo_rfid Touch 'n Go RFID Malaysia Touch 'n Go RFID is an electronic payment system used by some RFID enabled tolls in Malaysia, used in conjunction with payment:touchngo_eWallet
payment:autosweep_rfid Autosweep RFID homepage Philippines Electronic toll collection system used by some highways in the Philippines.
payment:easytrip Easytrip homepage Philippines Electronic toll collection system used by some highways in the Philippines.
payment:e_zpass E-ZPass on Wikipedia E-ZPass homepage United States (DE, IL, IN, KY, MA, ME, MD, NH, NJ, NC, NY, OH, PA, RI, VA, WV)
payment:fastrak FasTrak on Wikipedia Bay Area FasTrak, San Diego FasTrak, et al. United States (CA)
payment:k-tag K-TAG United States (KS)
payment:good_to_go Good To Go! on Wikipedia Good To Go! official website United States (WA)
payment:i-pass I-PASS on Wikipedia I-PASS official website United States (IL) Please see the difference to payment:ipass!
payment:nc_quick_pass North Carolina Quick Pass United States (NC) Florida, Georgia, and North Carolina have an interstate agreement allowing their subscribers to use the electronic toll roads in the other states.
payment:peach_pass Peach Pass on Wikipedia Georgia Peach Pass United States (GA) Florida, Georgia, and North Carolina have an interstate agreement allowing their subscribers to use the electronic toll roads in the other states.
payment:pikepass Oklahoma PIKEPASS United States (OK)
payment:sunpass SunPass on Wikipedia Florida SunPass United States (FL) Florida, Georgia, and North Carolina have an interstate agreement allowing their subscribers to use the electronic toll roads in the other states.
payment:via_verde Via Verde on Wikipedia Via Verde homepage Portugal Electronic toll collection system used in Portugal
payment:license_plate Toll by plate on Wikipedia For users without an electronic toll transponder, a photograph of the license plate will be taken and a bill will be mailed.

Cryptocurrencies

Key Information Comment
payment:cryptocurrencies Generic tag for any cryptocurrency This should be mainly used when cryptocurrencies are not accepted. If cryptocurrencies are accepted, please indicate which by using a more specific key.
payment:bitcoin Bitcoin page on this wiki
coinmap.org (osm data)
Bitcoin on Wikipedia
payment:litecoin Litecoin on Wikipedia
payment:dogecoin Dogecoin on Wikipedia

Digital wallets

Key Information Comment
payment:akulaku Akulaku homepage Unlike major digital wallets, Akulaku is a credit-based digital wallet with accepting merchants in multiple countries.
payment:alipay Alipay homepage

Alipay global homepage

Alipay on Wikipedia (en)

Including the payment of QR code, face and electronic bus card in some city.
payment:android_pay The service was merged in October 2017 to "Google Pay", alongside Google Wallet and Tez (India). The old tag is still in use, hence please rename it to payment:google_pay.
payment:apple_pay Apple Pay on Wikipedia

Apple Pay homepage

payment:bluepay BluePay homepage Available in multiple countries.

Not to be confused with bluepay, a credit card payment processing company.

payment:cashbac Cashbac homepage Available in Indonesia.
  • Cashbac transactions are indirectly linked to debit cards, credit cards, as well as GoPay (Indonesia).
payment:dana DANA homepage (Indonesian) Available in Indonesia.
  • DANA is currently integrated with Samsung Pay (payment:samsung_pay=yes). Mappers who wish to tag DANA merchants should tag payment:samsung_pay=yes as well.
  • DANA transactions may be also linked to debit cards as well as credit cards.

Starting from January 1, 2020, all digital wallets and mobile banking apps operating in Indonesia are required to support QRIS QR code formats. If the merchant indirectly accepts DANA payments through QRIS QR codes, please tag payment:gpn_qris instead.

More information can be found on the tagging notice on payment:gpn_qris section.

payment:gcash GCash homepage Available in the Philippines. GCash payments may be performed through:
  • QR codes, which are shown either though an installed sticker or the GCash application.
  • A debit card

Mappers who wish to tag merchants accepting QR-based GCash payments should tag payment:debit_mastercard=yes as well (alongside payment:gcash=yes).

payment:google_pay Google Pay on Wikipedia

Google Pay homepage

The service was formed as a merger of Android Pay, Google Wallet, and Tez (India).
payment:gopay_id GoPay (Indonesia) homepage Formerly known as "GO-PAY" and "GO-JEK Credits", GoPay is a digital wallet and payment service by Gojek (PT. Aplikasi Karya Anak Bangsa) in Indonesia.

Not to be confused with:

  • GOPAY, a digital wallet and payment service in Malaysia
  • GoPay, a payment processing company based in Czech Republic
  • GoPay, a cross-country fund transfer service aimed at university students

GoPay transactions may be performed through:

  • GoPay EDC-based QR codes, which are generated by GoPay-compatible EDC terminals
  • GoPay sticker-based QR codes

Currently, neither of the above QR code formats are compatible with QRIS.

GoPay users are now able to perform transactions via the Cashbac app payment:cashbac. If the merchant also indirectly accepts GoPay payments through Cashbac, please tag payment:cashbac.

payment:gopay_my GOPAY (Malaysia) homepage GOPAY is a digital wallet and payment service by ATX Distribution Sdn. Bhd in Malaysia.

Not to be confused with:

  • GoPay, a digital wallet and payment service in Indonesia
  • GoPay, a payment processing company based in Czech Republic
  • GoPay, a cross-country fund transfer service aimed at university students
payment:gpn_qris GPN QRIS press release by Bank Indonesia (English) Part of GPN payment gateway, this QR code-based payment system standard in Indonesia. The QR code provided by QRIS is currently compatible with:

Starting from January 1, 2020, all digital wallets and mobile banking apps operating in Indonesia are required to support QRIS QR code formats[1]. In order to reduce confusion between QRIS with proprietary QR codes and dedicated payment terminals, please tag payment:gpn_qris only when the merchant displays the QRIS logo with respective QR code.[2]

Then or otherwise, tag their respective payment:<digital_wallet>} tags when the merchant offers:

  • A dedicated EDC terminal for digital wallets (e.g. DANA, LinkAja, OVO, GoPay)
  • QR codes generated by a Point of Sales software (e.g. BlueMart, Moka POS, Pawoon) for payment with digital wallets
  • A token-based system for performing digital wallet transactions (e.g. GoPay, i.saku, LinkAja; commonly found in convenience stores)
  • A QR code (or other forms of barcode) provided by digital wallets with respective brands
  • Specialized Bluetooth beacons or NFC tags (e.g. Cashbac, LinkAja) for payment with digital wallets
payment:touchngo_eWallet Touch 'n Go eWallet homepage by TNG Digital Sdn Bhd The Touch ‘n Go eWallet provides services such as reloads, payments, funds transfer, within Malaysia.
payment:grabpay GrabPay Homepage in: Available in Southeast Asia countries.
  • In Indonesia, GrabPay has merged to OVO. All OVO merchants who publishes their OVO-Grab QR Code stickers are compatible with GrabPay (Indonesia). See payment:ovo for notes in tagging Indonesian GrabPay merchants.
  • In Singapore, some SGQR (payment:sgqr) merchants do accept GrabPay.

Though sharing the same infrastructures and trademarks, GrabPay balances cannot be transferred across countries. However, they can still be created by using the same Grab account.

payment:huaweipay Huawei Pay (en)

Huawei Pay (zh)

payment:interac Interac homepage (en) used in Canada
payment:isaku i.saku homepage (Indonesian) Available in Indonesia. Mainly accepted in Indomaret stores.
payment:kaspro KASPRO homepage Available in Indonesia. Not to be confused with PAYPRO, an earlier digital wallet and payment service issued by the same company (PT. Solusi Pasti Indonesia).
payment:LINE_Pay
payment:line_pay
LINE Pay homepage (English) Available in multiple countries
  • In 2019, the integration between Mandiri e-cash (Bank Mandiri) with LINE Pay was discontinued in favor of LinkAja (payment:linkaja). As of now, LINE Pay is no longer available in Indonesia.
payment:linkaja LinkAja homepage (Indonesian) This service was formed as a merger of these former digital wallets:
  • Mandiri e-cash (Bank Mandiri)
  • My Pertamina (Pertamina)
  • UnikQu/Yap (BNI)
  • Tbank/My QR (BRI)
  • T-CASH (Telkomsel)
  • tmoney (Telkomsel, not to be confused with T-money stored-value cards in South Korea)

LinkAja merchant payments may be performed through:

  • NFC tags ("LinkAja TAP"), providing backward compatibility with T-CASH (was "T-CASH TAP")
  • Transaction tokens, which are generated by the LinkAja app
  • Legacy T-CASH QR codes, though this has been deprecated in favor of the newer, QRIS-compatible format
  • Former digital wallet QR code standards (UnikQu/Yap and Tbank/My QR), which many are QRIS-compatible
  • OttoPay merchant QR codes which accepts LinkAja
  • Newer, EDC-based QR code system ("LinkAja Scan") which are provided by LinkAja-compatible EDC terminals
  • Newer, sticker-based QR code system ("LinkAja Scan") which are provided by LinkAja that follows the QRIS format
  • QRIS (QR Code Indonesia Standard) QR codes, which may be offered/generated/provided by different digital wallet providers and/or banks in Indonesia

Starting from January 1, 2020, all digital wallets and mobile banking apps operating in Indonesia are required to support QRIS QR code formats. If the merchant indirectly accepts LinkAja payments through QRIS QR codes, please tag payment:gpn_qris instead.

More information can be found on the tagging notice on payment:gpn_qris section.

payment:mipay mipay homepage (zh)
payment:ovo OVO homepage (Indonesian) Available in Indonesia.

OVO payments may be performed through:

  • OVO-specialized EDC terminals, where payments can only be done through the OVO app
  • OVO-based and Grab-based QR codes, which are shown either though an installed sticker or the "OVO Merchant" application. Despite following the QRIS format, these QR codes are currently compatible only with OVO and GrabPay.
  • QRIS (QR Code Indonesia Standard) QR codes, which may be offered/generated/provided by different digital wallet providers and/or banks in Indonesia

Starting from January 1, 2020, all digital wallets and mobile banking apps operating in Indonesia are required to support QRIS QR code formats. If the merchant indirectly accepts OVO payments through QRIS QR codes, please tag payment:gpn_qris instead.

More information can be found on the tagging notice on payment:gpn_qris section.

payment:paymaya PayMaya homepage Available in the Philippines. PayMaya payments may be performed through:
  • QR codes, which are shown either though an installed sticker or the PayMaya application.
  • A debit card

Mappers who wish to tag merchants accepting QR-based PayMaya payments should tag payment:visa_debit=yes as well (alongside payment:paymaya=yes).

payment:sakuku sakuku homepage (Indonesian) Available in Indonesia. Some Sakuku merchants' QR Code stickers are compatible with QRIS standard.

Starting from January 1, 2020, all digital wallets and mobile banking apps operating in Indonesia are required to support QRIS QR code formats. If the merchant indirectly accepts Sakuku payments through QRIS QR codes, please tag payment:gpn_qris instead.

More information can be found on the tagging notice on payment:gpn_qris section.

payment:samsung_pay Samsung Pay homepage Available in multiple countries.
  • In Hong Kong, Samsung Pay can be linked with Octopus (stored-value card).
  • In Indonesia, Samsung Pay is currently integrated with DANA. See payment:dana for notes in tagging Indonesian merchants.
  • In Mainland China, Samsung Pay is integrated, and able to perform transactions with, Alipay and WeChat Pay.
payment:satispay Satispay on Wikipedia(it)

Satispay Pay homepage

Accepted in more than 70000 shops in Italy
payment:sgqr SGQR homepage QR code-based payment system standard in Singapore for use with digital wallets.

Each SGQR merchants may choose to accept certain (not all) SGQR-compatible digital wallets, hence please do specify each accepted digital wallets when tagging the merchant.

payment:shopeepay ShopeePay Homepage in: Available in multiple countries.
  • In Indonesia, all ShopeePay QR codes are compatible with QRIS. Mappers who wish to tag Indonesian ShopeePay merchants should tag payment:gpn_qris instead. More information can be found on the tagging notice on payment:gpn_qris section.
payment:twint TWINT homepage
payment:venmo
payment:wechat WeChat pay homepage

WeChat Pay on Wikipedia (en)

Including the payment of QR code, face and electronic bus card in some city.
payment:yukk Yukk homepage (Indonesian) Available in Indonesia
payment:zip Available in Australia

Government assistance programs

Key Information Comment
payment:ebt Electronic benefit transfer on Wikipedia
payment:snap Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program on Wikipedia
payment:wic Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program for Women, Infants, and Children on Wikipedia


Others

Key Information Comment
payment:service_voucher Service vouchers are accepted Called also "Titres-Services" (FR) or "Dienstencheques" (NL). Use payment:service_voucher=only with office=employment_agency to indicate offices that specialize in brokerage of services paid with these vouchers.
payment:meal_voucher Meal or luncheon vouchers are accepted Called also "Ticket Restaurant", given by employers to pay for lunch.
payment:szep Hungarian Széchenyi electronic vacation voucher is accepted Called "Széchenyi Pihenőkártya" (literally Széchenyi leisure card) or "SZÉP kártya" for short, given by employers to pay for leisure and catering. Many restaurants and hotels accept it. If you know whether a given issuer is accepted, please indicate: payment:szep=otp;kh;mkb
payment:erzsebet Hungarian Erzsébet utalvány meal/gift/school/culture/sport/clothing voucher is accepted Called "Erzsébet utalvány" (literally Erzsébet voucher) given by employers to pay for leisure and catering. Many shop accept them in Hungary. It is a printed voucher on paper.
payment:erzsebet_plusz Hungarian Erzsébet Plusz utalvány electronic meal/gift/school/culture/sport/clothing voucher is accepted Called "Erzsébet Plusz utalvány kártya" (literally Erzsébet Plusz voucher card) given by employers to pay for leisure and catering. Many shop accept them in Hungary. It is an plastic card.
payment:posta_paletta Hungarian Posta Paletta gift/school/culture/sport/clothing voucher is accepted Called "Posta Paletta utalvány" (literally Posta Paletta voucher) given by employers. It is a printed voucher on paper.
payment:edenred_card Hungarian Edenred electronic shopping/meal/gift/school/culture/sport/clothing voucher is accepted Called "Edenred kártya" (literally Edenred card) given by employers. It is a plastic card.
payment:edenred_voucher Hungarian Edenred utalvány shopping/gift/school voucher is accepted Called "Edenred utalvány" (literally Edenred voucher) given by employers. It is printed on paper.
payment:otp_cafeteria Hungarian OTP Cafeteria electronic shopping/gift/school/culture/sport voucher is accepted Called "OTP Cafeteria kártya" (literally OTP Cafeteria card) given by employers. It is a plastic card.
payment:multipay Hungarian Multi-Pay Cafeteria electronic health/meal/gift/school/culture/sport/fuel voucher is accepted Called "Multi-Pay Cafeteria kártya" (literally Multi-Pay Cafeteria card) given by employers. It is a plastic card.
payment:paypal PayPal on Wikipedia / PayPal homepage
payment:u-key U-Key on Wikipedia Frequent combination: amenity=vending_machine
payment:token Token on Wikipedia This key is a umbrella term for payment with Coupons, Vouchers, Gift token, Token coins, Jetons, Game tokens, Electronic or Security token (-Card).
payment:token_coin Token_coin on Wikipedia Use this key if you need a token coin (for exit of Parking area, Car washes, Pay toilets, Laundromat …)
payment:gift_card Gift cards on Wikipedia
payment:none Use this key if the service is free of charge Do not use this if the service is free of charge, as payment:none=yes negates the key in the value. Use fee=no instead.

Showing that the list of accepted payments is complete

  • payment:others=no – You may add this tag to the feature if you have already indicated all methods of payment which are accepted, to confirm that other payment methods that have not been explicitly tagged are not accepted. If you really checked all accepted payment methods completely, you should not add simultaneously payment:XXX=no, which would be an unnecessary duplicate.

Currencies

It is assumed that the official currency of the country, where the tagged element is located, is accepted, so it doesn't explicitly need to be tagged. If different or additional currencies are accepted for different payment methods, consider appending the three letter code of the currency at the end of the key. For example:

To give a hint which currencies are accepted in general for the tagged element (for all payment methods) you can use:

Description

For more complex payment situations, please add additional information using the description:payment=* tag. If possible provide an english translation using description:payment:en=*.

Similar tags

  • fee=yes/no/interval, a more basic tag to specify whether a fee is usually charged for a service, or for access
  • toll=*, to indicate that a road, bridge, ferry, or other way is tolled; i.e., that you must pay to use it.
  • self_checkout=*, to indicate whether there is a customer-operated checkout without a cashier.

References

  1. Berlaku 1 Januari 2020, Ini Aturan Khusus QR Code Indonesia - Okezone.com (Indonesian)
  2. Despite the fact that some digital wallet QR codes follows the QRIS format (e.g. OVO/GrabPay, LinkAja, and Sakuku), it is not guaranteed that those will work with other digital wallets under the QRIS platform until further announcements were made.