|Defines if a certain payment method is accepted or not.|
|Used on these elements|
|Status: in use|
Defines if a certain payment method is accepted or not.
The notation is made with a subkey: payment:method=yes/no/only/interval
- yes: The payment method is accepted.
- no: The method is not accepted.
- only: Only the defined payment method in the key is accepted. For example: payment:via_verde:lanes=only|no|no. Note that there is also payment:others=no that can be used to mark payment option list as complete.
- interval: If the payment method is accepted only at certain times. The notation for opening_hours=* can be used.
- other: See special instructions for payment:service_voucher and payment:szep.
This list shows the payment methods mostly used, but you are not limited to just these keys.
In case a new key needs to be introduced, please consider:
- Keys should be as unique and unambiguous as possible. E.g. don't tag a service called "CASH" as 'payment:CASH' which could be easily confused with paying cash.
- Some services operate only locally and similarly named services exist in other parts of the world. Consider adding a country code to the key. Two schemes are in use right now, 'payment:ab_servicename' and 'payment:AB:servicename' (with AB being the country code where the service is available).
These are a few very generic tags. If possible, they should be replaced by more specific ones which are listed in the tables below. E.g. payment:cards=* is less specific than payment:credit_cards=* which in turn is less specific than e.g. payment:mastercard=*. Many of these tags are especially useful to express that a whole group of payment options is not accepted, like payment:cards=no.
|Key||Comment||More Specific Keys||Taginfo|
|payment:cash||Payment can be done in cash (coins or notes) of the locally common currency|
|payment:coins||If you can pay by coins. Useful e.g. on vending machines|
|payment:notes||If you can pay with notes (paper money).|
|payment:cheque||If you can pay by cheques.|
|payment:electronic_purses||If EPs are accepted, please specify the precise kind.||Electronic Purses|
|payment:cards||Payment by card (of any type). Should only be used to specify that cards are not accepted|
|payment:debit_cards||Common debit cards||Debit Cards|
|payment:credit_cards||Common credit cards||Credit Cards|
|payment:contactless||Used to indicate that a venue has 'contactless' (only RFID/NFC-based) payment options||Contactless Payment|
Electronic Purses / Intersector Electronic Purses (IEP) / Stored-value cards
Arefers 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.
|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:stored_value_card||Generic tag for any stored value cards||This should be mainly used when electronic purses not accepted. If these are accepted, please indicate which by using a more specific key.|
|payment:ep_brizzi||BRIZZI homepage (Indonesian only)||Indonesia||Can be used to pay road tolls.|
|payment:ep_bsbcash||BSB Cash homepage (Indonesian only)||Indonesia||Especially in regions of South Sumatera and Bangka-Belitung.|
|Cash on Wikipedia (German only)||Switzerland|
|payment:ep_flazz||Flazz homepage (Indonesian only)||Indonesia||Issued by Bank Central Asia (BCA) and Bank Danamon (co-branding), both are private-owned banks operating in Indonesia. Can be used to pay road tolls.|
GeldKarte on Wikipedia (German only)
|payment:ep_jakcard||JakCard homepage (Indonesian only)||Indonesia||Issued by Bank DKI, a regional development bank of Special Region of Jakarta, Indonesia. Can be used to pay road tolls on some but not all toll roads. Some Jak Lingko (payment:jak_lingko) cards are issued and based on JakCard.|
|payment:ep_mach||MACH on Wikipedia||Chile|
|payment:ep_mandiri_emoney||Mandiri e-money homepage (Indonesian only)||Indonesia||Issued by Bank Mandiri, a state-owned bank of Indonesia. Can be used to pay road tolls. Some Jak Lingko (payment:jak_lingko) cards are issued and based on Mandiri e-money. Not to be confused with NOBU e-money, another incompatible payment system in Indonesia.
Mandiri e-money is also widely known as the following, due to co-branding partnership with several public and private companies:
|payment:ep_megacash||MEGACASH homepage||Indonesia||Issued by Bank Mega, a private-owned bank operating in Indonesia. Can be used to pay road tolls on some but not all toll roads.|
|payment:ep_monedero||Monedero on Wikipedia (Spanish only)||Argentina||Previously used mainly for public transport, but it was replaced by SUBE for that purpose.|
|payment:ep_nets_flashpay||NETS FlashPay homepage||Singapore||A contactless card mainly used for ERP and public transport. Supported by some merchants.|
|payment:ep_nobu_emoney||NOBU e-money homepage (Indonesian only)||Indonesia||Issued by NOBU National Bank, a private-owned bank operating in Indonesia. Not to be confused with Mandiri e-money, another incompatible payment system in Indonesia.|
|payment:ep_stwm_legic||Legic-Card homepage||Germany Munich||Can be used to pay for products in regards to being a student in Munich.|
|payment:ep_tapcash||TapCash homepage (Indonesian only)||Indonesia||Issued by Bank Mandiri, a state-owned bank of Indonesia, and Jenius/BTPN (now part of SMBC) as a co-branding partner. Can be used to pay road tolls. Some Jak Lingko (payment:jak_lingko) cards are issued and based on Mandiri e-money.|
|payment:octopus||Octopus card||Hong Kong SAR|
|payment:mercado_pago||Mercado Pago on Wikipedia (Spanish only)||Latin America||Electronic and physical card payment method belonging to Mercado Libre Inc. and widely used throughout Latin America.|
|payment:debit_cards||Generic tag for any debit card||This is primarily used to specify if debit cards common in the local area are accepted.
Specifying yes, while generalized, is still the most practical and useful to the consumer compared to the alternative of a mapper omitting payment information due to the inability, or impracticality of surveying every specific payment method at a location.
However, in most cases, this tag should be used to specify that debit cards are not accepted.
|payment:bancomat||Bancomat on Wikipedia||Italy|
|payment:bancontact||Bancontact website, wikipedia:nl:Bancontact, wikipedia:fr:Bancontact||Belgium|
|payment:bankaxept||BankAxept Website, wikipedia:en:BankAxept||Norway|
|payment:cb||CB on Wikipedia||France
CB bank card often erroneously called "Carte Bleu" Logo.
|payment:cuentarut||CuentaRUT on Wikipedia||Chile|
|payment:eps||EPS||Hong Kong SAR|
|payment:girocard||Girocard on Wikipedia||Germany
Colloquially known as "EC"
|payment:gpn_debit||GPN on Wikipedia (Indonesian)||Indonesia
"GPN" stands for "Gerbang Pembayaran Nasional", literally "National Payment Gateway"
|payment:interac||Interac on Wikipedia||Canada
Owned by Canada's largest banks & credit unions
|payment:laser||Laser on Wikipedia||Ireland|
|payment:maestro||Maestro on Wikipedia|
|payment:mastercard_debit||Debit card issued by Mastercard|
|payment:mir||Mir on Wikipedia||Russia|
|payment:multibanco||Multibanco on Wikipedia||PortugalSome merchants only accept Multibanco cards|
|payment:nets||NETS Bank Card homepage||Singapore A chip-and-PIN card linked to a bank account. Supported by most merchants with EFTPOS terminals in Singapore.
Merchants that support NETS Debit will also support the NETS Prepaid card.
Not to be confused with other NETS payment cards / systems:
|payment:postfinance_card||PostFinance Card homepage||Switzerland|
|payment:unionpay_debit||Debit card issued by UnionPay
Notice: Don't confuse this "unionpay_debit" with "china_t-union", the t-union is used in bus fee payment, not credit/debit card!
|payment:v_pay||V Pay on Wikipedia||Europe
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)
A comprehensive list of credit cards can be found in the credit card category on wikipedia.
|payment:credit_cards||Generic tag for any credit card||This is primarily used to specify if credit cards common in the local area are not accepted using no.
Specifying yes, while generalized, is fine if it's not possible to exactly name the accepted cards.
|payment:american_express||American Express on Wikipedia|
|payment:bca_card||BCA Card homepage||Currently used in Indonesia, especially with EDC terminals supplied with BCA (Bank Central Asia).|
|payment:dinacard||on Wikipedia (Serbian only)||This card is primarily used in Serbia for regular payment.|
|payment:diners_club||Diners Club on Wikipedia|
|payment:discover_card||Discover Card on Wikipedia|
|payment:jcb||JCB on Wikipedia|
|payment:mastercard||MasterCard on Wikipedia|
|payment:unionpay||UnionPay on Wikipedia||Notice: Don't confuse this "unionpay_debit" with "china_t-union", the t-union is used in bus fee payment, not credit/debit card!|
|payment:visa||Visa on Wikipedia|
See also Payment#Digital_wallets which may also use contactless payments.
|payment:contactless||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 entries below.|
|payment:mastercard_contactless||Contactless payment with Mastercard. Was formerly known as Paypass.|
|payment:visa_contactless||The contactless payment with Visa credit cards is also known as 'Paywave'.|
||Contactless payment with American Express is also known as expressPay.|
|payment:interac_contactless||Canada Contactless payment with Interac debit cards is known as 'Interac Flash'|
|payment:maestro_contactless||Contactless payment with Maestro debit cards|
|payment:nets_contactless||A contactless card payment system used in Singapore.
Note: Not all merchants that support NETS Debit (payment:nets) will support NETS Contactless and vice-versa.
More information plus additional providers of fuel cards.
|payment:berlio||NP LLC BERLIO homepage||Belarus Russia|
|payment:cfn||Commercial Fueling Network (CFN)||United States Canada|
|payment:circlek||Circle K Fuel Card||Ireland|
|payment:dci||DCI Fuel Card||Ireland|
|payment:dkv||on Wikipedia (German only)||Germany|
|payment:esso_card||Card issued by ESSO|
|payment:ids||Q8 International Diesel Service homepage||Europe|
|payment:petrochina||Card issued by PetroChina||China|
|payment:roadrunner||Roadrunner homepage (German only)||Germany|
|payment:satimoto||Charge EV with Lightning ⚡ (Bitcoin)||Europe|
|payment:sinopec||Card issued by Sinopec||China|
|payment:shell||Card issued by Shell|
|payment:snnp||Card "Sa nama na putu" by NIS/Gazprom||Serbia|
|payment:svg||SVG homepage (German only)||Germany|
|payment:total_card||Card issued by Total|
|payment:uta||Union Tank Eckstein
Payment via phone, payment at public phones
|payment:sms||Payment can be done by sending a paid short message to a special number.|
|payment:phone||Payment is possible by calling a dedicated phone number|
|payment:app||Payment is possible with a dedicated app from a mobile phone.|
|payment:mobile_phone||Payment is possible with a mobile phone. It seems that the meaning of this tag is not fully clear. Please consider using payment:phone, payment:sms or payment:app instead.|
|payment:telephone_cards||Payment is possible with telephone cards. Mostly used for public phones. Telephone cards often have a chip.|
|payment:calling_cards||Payment is possible with calling cards. The usage of calling cards has been established on public phones in some countries. In contrast to telephone cards, on a calling card the credit is not stored on the card, but centrally with the telecommunications service provider. Calling cards often work with a dial-in number rather than a chip.|
|payment:reverse_charge_calls||This Key is for public telephones (amenity=telephone) to show whether reverse charge calls are possible. These are calls for which the called party pays (with their prior consent by pressing one or more keys). This service can be used when people don't have coins or phone cards with them. On the one hand, it can be offered by the operator of the public telephone itself, but there are also external providers (the German Yoo R-Call for example). So if 0800 numbers can be dialed from the public telephone generally, the tag should be added, even if service is often limited to reaching landline connections only.|
|payment:my_pertamina_app||My Pertamina Homepage (Indonesian)||Indonesia Payment with "My Pertamina" app|
|payment:parkee_app||PARKEE Homepage (Indonesian)||Indonesia Payment with "PARKEE" app|
|payment:payback_app||Payment with PAYBACK-App|
|payment:payconiq_app||Payconiq on Wikipedia||Belgium Payment with Payconiq-App|
|payment:payme||PayMe on Wikipedia||Hong_Kong Payment with PayMe app|
|payment:spb||SBP on Wikipedia||Russia Wire transfer to a phone number using Fast Payments System (SBP).|
|payment:mobilepay||MobilePay on Wikipedia||DenmarkFinland MobilePay is a mobile payment application that can be used to transfer money between individuals and pay at businesses. Business payments can be done either via a short code, a QR code or by connecting to the payment terminal with Bluetooth.|
IC cards with "交通联合 China T-union" logo.
|payment:city_union||China and Macau SAR IC cards with "City Union" logo.|
|payment:clipper||Clipper card on Wikipedia
Contactless payment card for public transit in the San Francisco Bay Area.
|payment:ic||Use IC card for every transportation ways.|
|payment:icsf||Suica card on Wikipedia||Japan
"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:ep_ipass||iPASS on Wikipedia, iPASS official website||Taiwan (Rep. of China)
Contactless smartcard in Taiwan
|payment:easycard||Taiwan (Rep. of China)
Contactless smartcard in Taiwan. Both keys are in use, the latter one uses the recommended 'ep' prefix.
|payment:ezlink||EZ-Link card homepage||Singapore Contactless card in Singapore, primarily used for public transport. Supported by a limited number of merchants.
This applies to the following cards:
Do not apply to ERPs (Singapore's toll gantry system), as the newer SimplyGo EZ-Link cards are not supported. Use payment:SG:erp instead.
Not to be confused with the other payment cards / systems by EZ-Link:
Not to be confused with the other payment systems supported by Singapore's public transport system:
|payment:jak_lingko||Jak Lingko on Wikipedia (Indonesian)||Indonesia
Contact-less payment card for public transport in Jakarta, Indonesia.
|payment:ov-chipkaart||ov-chipkaart on Wikipedia (Dutch)||Netherlands
Contact-less payment card for public transport in the Netherlands.
|payment:oyster||Oyster card on Wikipedia
Contactless payment card for public transport in London.
|payment:prepaid_ticket||Tickets you buy in advance (at a ticket vending machine or online) and that are for example stamped/scanned (e.g. a QR code) at a ticket validator before traveling. Example|
|payment:presto||Presto card on Wikipedia
Contactless payment card for regional GO public transport in southern Ontario, and local public transport in Greater Toronto, Hamilton, and Ottawa. It can also be used with Société de Transport de l’Outaouais (in Québec), provided either a transit pass is already loaded onto the card, or transferring from OC Transpo.
|payment:sube||SUBE card on Wikipedia (spanish)||Argentina
Government-issued contact-less card, used in Argentina for buses, trains and subways. Apparently uses MiFARE Classic.
Payment of road tolls in Indonesia use electronic purses; see #Electronic Purses / Intersector Electronic Purses (IEP) / Stored-value cards above.
|Key||Information||Country and region||Comment||Taginfo|
|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.|
|payment:touchngo||Touch 'n Go Card Website||Malaysia||Contactless payment card used by tolls in all major highways, in Malaysia|
|payment:touchngo_smarttag||Touch 'n Go SmartTAG Website||Malaysia||SmartTAG is an on-board unit with infrared technology, which 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 Website||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_pass||E-Pass on Wikipedia||United StatesFlorida||Electronic toll collection system used by the Central Florida Expressway Authority. The roads that it covers also take payment:sunpass and payment:e_zpass.|
|payment:e_zpass||E-ZPass on Wikipedia||United States
(DE, IL, IN, KY, MA, ME, MD, NH, NJ, NC, NY, OH, PA, RI, VA, WV)
|payment:fastrak||FasTrak on Wikipedia||United States California|
|payment:k-tag||K-TAG||United States Kansas|
|payment:good_to_go||Good To Go! on Wikipedia||United States Washington|
|payment:i-pass||I-PASS on Wikipedia||United States Illinois||Do not confuse with payment:ep_ipass, used in Taiwan.|
|payment:nc_quick_pass||North Carolina Quick Pass Website||United States North Carolina||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||United States Georgia||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 Website||United States Oklahoma|
|payment:sunpass||SunPass on Wikipedia||United States Florida||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||Portugal||Electronic toll collection system used in Portugal|
|payment:CN:etc||Wikipedia:zh:电子不停车收费系统 (中国大陆)||China||Electronic toll collection system used at most expressways in China. The Ministry of Transport is responsible for nationwide system maintenance.|
|payment:SG:erp||Electronic Road Pricing on Wikipedia||Singapore||Electronic toll collection system used at all expressways, paid via an in-vehicle unit (IU) or on-board unit (OBU).
Also used by carparks leveraging the Electronic Parking System (EPS).
List of supported cards depends on the IU/OBU version. Hence, this is used as a catch-all for all ERP gantries and EPS-enabled parking.
Specific payment per lane
In cases where a road toll has a special lane which segregates drivers by a certain payment method, it's possible to use the lanes scheme.
For example: a toll booth area with several normal lanes (where a driver must pay with cash or a card) and a special lane, usually on the far right or far left, where it's not needed to stop nor pay on the spot. One of such cases happens in Portugal, with Via Verde. In such cases, the following tag can be used: payment:via_verde:lanes=no|no|only. (this means the highway has three lanes and the far right lane only allows drivers that are going to pay with Via Verde.
|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||Deprecated. See the Cryptocurrency page on this wiki for details.||Bitcoin is its own currency and has a variety of payment methods. The preferred tagging for general Bitcoin acceptance is using currency:XBT=*.|
|payment:lightning||See the Cryptocurrency page on this wiki for details.||Lightning is a payment method for Bitcoin. Also use currency:XBT=*.|
|payment:lightning_contactless||See the Cryptocurrency page on this wiki for details.||Lightning Contactless is a payment method for Bitcoin. Also use currency:XBT=*.|
|payment:bitcoincash||BitcoinCash on Wikipedia||BitcoinCash is its own currency, not only a payment method. Preferred tagging is currency:BCH=*.|
|payment:litecoin||Litecoin on Wikipedia||Litecoin is its own currency, not only a payment method. Prefered tagging is currency:LTC=*.|
|payment:dogecoin||Dogecoin on Wikipedia||Joke project, do not bother adding payment:dogecoin=no - and all payment:dogecoin=yes are extremely dubious|
|payment:ethereum||Ethereum on Wikipedia|
|payment:dash||DASH on Wikipedia|
The following lists mentions support for digital wallets, which are electronic wallets in the form of mobile apps and services. Electronic wallets that come in the form of physical cards should be considered as fuel cards, road toll cards, or electronic purses in a case-by-case basis.
National electronic payment systems
The following sections list electronic payment systems that have been officially sanctioned for nationwide usage, such as DuitNow QR (Malaysia), QRIS (Indonesia), SGQR (Singapore), and UPI (Unified Payments India). Many of them are based on the EMVCo's payment QR code standards and do allow cross-border payments, so an Indonesian/QRIS user can perform cashless transactions in Singapore by scanning SGQR barcodes using a QRIS supported digital wallet application.
|payment:duitnow_qr||DuitNow QR homepage (English)||Malaysia. Part of Malaysia Electronic Payment System (MEPS) payment gateway, DuitNow QR is a national QR code-based payment system standard in Malaysia.|
|payment:gpn_qris||GPN QRIS press release by Bank Indonesia (English)||Indonesia. Part of GPN (Gerbang Pembayaran Nasional) payment gateway, QRIS (QR Code Indonesia Standard) is a national QR code-based payment system standard in Indonesia. As of 2020, major Indonesian digital wallets such as DANA (payment:dana) and LinkAja (payment:linkaja) support QRIS transactions between merchants and customers.|
|payment:khqr||Cambodia. KHQR is a national QR code-based payment system standard in Cambodia for use with digital wallets.|
|payment:qr_ph||QR Ph FAQ [PDF]||Philippines. QR Ph is a national QR code-based payment system standard in Philippines for use with digital wallets.|
|payment:sgqr||SGQR homepage||Singapore. SGQR is a national QR code-based payment system standard in Singapore for use with digital wallets.|
|payment:thai_qr||Thai QR Payment and cross-border compatibility on Bank of Thailand||Thailand. Thai QR Payment is a national QR code-based payment system standard in Thailand for use with digital wallets.|
|payment:upi||UPI homepage||India. Unified Payments Interface (UPI) is a national QR code-based payment system standard in India for use with digital wallets.|
|payment:vietqr||VietQR homepage (Vietnamese)||Vietnam. VietQR is a national QR code-based payment system standard in India for use with digital wallets.|
When tagging objects with one of the above tags, it is recommended to state the partnering payment service provider/acquirer for compatibility reasons, i.e. payment:<payment_provider>=yes and payment:<payment_provider>:<payment_system>=yes. For example, if a shop accepts SGQR through a QR code was issued by DBS (NETS QR), tag the object with payment:sgqr=yes and payment:nets_qr=yes and payment:nets_qr:sgqr=yes. Hence, some OpenStreetMap-compatible apps, which only recognizes payment:nets_qr=yes but not the other two, will be still able to indicate that the shop accepts cashless payments, at least through NETS digital wallet.
Note that some merchants may allow payments using digital wallets using other ways than the above standards. For example, users may be able to use LinkAja (payment:linkaja) for public transport in some Indonesian cities, but using LinkAja-issued payment tokens instead of merchant-presented or consumer-presented QRIS codes. In this case, **do not** tag the merchant as payment:linkaja:gpn_qris=yes. Use payment:linkaja:gpn_qris=no to indicate incompatibility with the QRIS standard.
Here is a non-exhaustive list of digital wallets that is known to support at least one of the above national payment systems.
sakuku homepage (Indonesian)
|Indonesia. Not to be confused with:
BCA-issued QRIS codes are compatible with BCA Mobile (BCA's mobile banking app), Sakuku (BCA's digital wallet), with other QRIS-compatible digital wallets and mobile banking apps. Please tag payment:gpn_qris=yes and payment:bca:gpn_qris=yes as well. For more information, please read the tagging notice at payment:gpn_qris.
|payment:bluepay||BluePay homepage||Available in multiple countries, including Indonesia.
Not to be confused with bluepay, a credit card payment processing company.
If the merchant only accepts BluePay payments through an external app (commonly through URL link redirection instead of presenting standard QRIS codes), do not tag the merchant with payment:bluepay:gpn_qris=yes.
|payment:cimb||Available in multiple countries.
Payment QR codes issued by CIMB group of banks, including CIMB Niaga (Indonesia) and CIMB Thai (Thailand), which supports DuitNow QR, QRIS, SGQR, and Thai QR Payment depending on the region where the code is issued.
Also known as OCTO Pay and formerly Rekening Ponsel in some countries.
|payment:dana||DANA homepage (Indonesian)||Indonesia. If the merchant supports DANA payments through DANA-issued QRIS codes or latest DANA-provided EDCs (with monochrome LED screen attached to the device), then it is likely that the merchant accepts QRIS as well. Please tag payment:gpn_qris=yes and payment:dana:gpn_qris=yes as well. For more information, please read the tagging notice at payment:gpn_qris.
If the merchant only accepts DANA payments through PARKEE (payment:parkee_app), please do not tag the merchant with payment:dana. Instead, please use the respective app-specific tags (payment:parkee_app=yes) to indicate acceptance with other app-supported payment methods, such as debit and credit cards.
If the merchant only accepts DANA payments through an external app (commonly through URL link redirection instead of presenting standard QRIS codes), do not tag the merchant with payment:dana:gpn_qris=yes.
|payment:ezlink_wallet||EZ-Link Wallet homepage||Singapore EZ-Link Wallet is a QR-code-based payment system that's integrated within an payment:sgqr QR-code.
It should not be confused with payment:ezlink.
Do not use this if the merchant only supports EZ-Link by virtue of supporting AliPay+.
|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).
In India, Google Pay-issued QR codes may be compatible with UPI. However, if the merchant only accepts Google Pay payments through an external app (commonly through URL link redirection instead of presenting standard UPI codes), do not tag the merchant with payment:google_pay:upi=yes.
|payment:gopay_id||GoPay (Indonesia) homepage||Indonesia Formerly known as "GO-PAY" and "GO-JEK Credits", GoPay is a digital wallet and payment service by Gojek (PT. Aplikasi Karya Anak Bangsa).
Not to be confused with:
If the merchant supports GoPay payments through GoPay-provided EDC devices ("Spots"), the "GoBiz" mobile app, or GoPay-issued QRIS-labelled QR codes, then it is likely that the merchant accepts QRIS as well. Please tag payment:gpn_qris=yes and payment:id_gopay:gpn_qris=yes alongside payment:gopay_id=yes. For more information, please read the tagging notice at payment:gpn_qris.
If the merchant only accepts GoPay payments through Cashbac (payment:cashbac) or Parkee (payment:parkee_app), please do not use this key. Instead, please use the respective app-specific tags (payment:cashbac=yes, payment:parkee_app=yes).
If the merchant only accepts GoPay payments through an external app (commonly through URL link redirection instead of presenting standard QRIS codes), do not tag the merchant with payment:gopay_id:gpn_qris=yes.
|payment:gopay_my||GOPAY (Malaysia) homepage||Malaysia. GOPAY is a digital wallet and payment service by ATX Distribution Sdn. Bhd
Not to be confused with:
If the merchant only accepts GOPAY payments through an external app (commonly through URL link redirection instead of presenting standard DuitNow QR codes), do not tag the merchant with payment:gopay_my:duitnow_qr=yes.
|payment:grabpay||GrabPay Homepage in:||Available in Southeast Asia countries.
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.
If the merchant only accepts GrabPay payments through an external app (commonly through URL link redirection instead of presenting standard DuitNow QR / PHQR / SGQR / Thai QR Payment codes), do not tag the merchant with payment:grabpay:duitnow_qr=yes, payment:grabpay:phqr=yes, payment:grabpay:sgqr=yes, or payment:grabpay:thai_qr=yes.
|payment:isaku||i.saku homepage (Indonesian)||Indonesia Mainly accepted in Indomaret stores.
If the merchant only accepts i.saku payments through an external app (commonly through URL link redirection instead of presenting standard QRIS codes), do not tag the merchant with payment:isaku:gpn_qris=yes.
|payment:kaspro||KASPRO homepage||Indonesia. Not to be confused with PAYPRO, an earlier digital wallet and payment service issued by the same company (PT. Solusi Pasti Indonesia).
If the merchant only accepts KASPRO payments through an external app (commonly through URL link redirection instead of presenting standard QRIS codes), do not tag the merchant with payment:kaspro:gpn_qris=yes.
|payment:linkaja||LinkAja homepage (Indonesian)||Indonesia This service was formed as a merger of several 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)
Maya payments may be performed through a debit card or QR codes, which are shown either though an installed sticker or the Maya application. Mappers who wish to tag merchants accepting QR-based Maya payments should tag payment:mastercard_debit=yes and payment:visa_debit=yes as well.
|payment:moca||Moca homepage (Vietnamese)||Vietnam. If the merchant only accepts Moca payments through an external app (commonly through URL link redirection instead of presenting standard VietQR codes), do not tag the merchant with payment:moca:vietqr=yes.|
|payment:nets_qr||NETS QR homepage||Singapore. NETS QR is a mobile app-based payment system that's natively supported by some banking apps. Similar to NETS Debit, it is linked to a supported bank card or bank account.
Not to be confused with NETS Debit (payment:nets), which is a card-based payment system.
If the merchant only accepts NETS QR payments through an external app (commonly through URL link redirection instead of presenting standard SGQR codes), do not tag the merchant with payment:nets_qr:sgqr=yes.
|payment:ottopay_id||OttoPay homepage (Indonesian)||Indonesia. OttoPay is a local payment provider that supports QRIS. Before the official release of QRIS, OttoPay have issued several QR codes that are only scannable on select digital wallet apps, including i.saku (payment:isaku), LinkAja (payment:linkaja), and OttoCash, an in-house digital wallet app.
If the merchant presents a OttoPay-issued payment QR code without QRIS branding or compatibility statement, do not tag the merchant with payment:ottopay:gpn_qris=yes.
|payment:ovo||OVO homepage (Indonesian)||Indonesia.
|payment:shopeepay||ShopeePay Homepage in:||Available in Southeast Asia countries: Indonesia Malaysia Philippines Singapore.
Though sharing the same infrastructures and trademarks, ShopeePay balances cannot be transferred across countries. However, they can still be created by using the same Shopee account.
If the merchant only accepts ShopeePay payments through an external app (commonly through URL link redirection instead of presenting standard DuitNow QR / QRIS / QR Ph / SGQR codes), do not tag the merchant with payment:shopeepay:duitnow_qr=yes, payment:shopeepay:gpn_qris=yes, payment:shopeepay:qr_ph=yes, or payment:shopeepay:sgqr=yes.
|payment:touchngo_ewallet||Touch 'n Go eWallet homepage by TNG Digital Sdn Bhd||Malaysia. The Touch ‘n Go eWallet provides services such as reloads, payments, funds transfer, within Malaysia. Not to be confused with the Touch ‘n Go electronic card for tolls, see payment:touchngo for details.
If the merchant only accepts TnG eWallet payments through an external app (commonly through URL link redirection instead of presenting standard QRIS codes), do not tag the merchant with payment:touchngo_ewallet:duitnow_qr=yes.
|payment:yukk||Yukk homepage (Indonesian)||Indonesia. If the merchant only accepts YUKK payments through an external app (commonly through URL link redirection instead of presenting standard QRIS codes), do not tag the merchant with payment:yukk:gpn_qris=yes.|
Other digital wallet apps and systems
|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||Including the payment of QR code, face and electronic bus card in some city.|
|payment:apple_pay||on Wikipedia||Apple Pay is a mobile payment and digital wallet service by Apple Inc. Used in conjunction with payment:contactless.|
|payment:au_pay||au PAY homepage(Japanese)||Japan au PAY can be linked with Rakuten Pay(payment:rakuten_pay).|
|payment:blik||blik homepage||Poland Common mobile payment service|
|payment:cashbac||Cashbac homepage||Indonesia Cashbac transactions are indirectly linked to debit cards, credit cards, as well as GoPay (Indonesia).|
|payment:d_barai||d barai homepage(Japanese)||Japan d barai is operated by NTT DOCOMO, INC.|
|payment:e-cny||e-CNY(Digital renminbi) on Wikipedia||China Digital renminbi which abbreviated as e-CNY is a central bank digital currency issued by China's central bank, the People's Bank of China.|
|payment:edy||Edy homepage(Japanese)||Japan Edy is operated by Rakuten Edy, Inc.|
GCash payments may be performed through: Debit cards or QR codes, which are shown either though an installed sticker or the GCash application. Mappers who wish to tag merchants accepting QR-based GCash payments should tag payment:mastercard_debit=yes as well.
|payment:huawei_pay||Huawei Pay (en)|
|payment:id||iD homepage(Japanese)||Japan iD is operated by NTT DOCOMO, INC.|
|payment:line_pay||LINE Pay homepage (English)||Available in multiple countries, including Taiwan (Rep. of China) and Thailand (in cooperation with Rabbit Pay).|
|payment:jko_pay||Jko Pay homepage||Taiwan (Rep. of China) Jko Pay is a popular payment method in Taiwan.|
|payment:kakaopay||KakaoPay homepage(Japanese)||South Korea.|
|payment:mbway||MB Way homepage (pt)||PortugalDigital wallet available to supported Multibanco cards. Customers pays though scanning a QR code or through contactless (Android and HarmonyOS NFC devices only) on a supported payment terminal, or by providing their associated number and accepting the payment request on their device. Some merchants accept MB Way by requiring the customer to send the accepted amount to their account by providing their number.|
|payment:merpay||merpay homepage(Japanese)||Japan merpay is operated by Merpay, Inc. The company is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Mercari, Inc. Origami Pay was absorbed by merpay in 2020.|
|payment:mipay||mipay homepage (zh)||China|
|payment:nanaco||nanaco homepage(Japanese)||Japan nanaco is operated by Seven Card Service Co., Ltd. The company is a member of Seven & i Group.|
Oplati is Belarusian mobile payment and digital wallet service, including the payment of QR code (shops and road public transport) and virtual debit card (via NFC), P2P money transfers, operated by Belinvestbank OJSC. Able to cash-in and cash withdrawal in Belinvestbank's ATMs.
|(shops & PT) (ATMs) (ATMs)|
|payment:paypay||PayPay homepage(Japanese)||Japan PayPay is operated by PayPay Corporation. The company is a joint venture between SoftBank Corp and Yahoo Japan Corporation.|
|payment:quicpay||QUICPay homepage(Japanese)||Japan QUICPay is operated by JCB Co., Ltd.|
|payment:rakuten_pay||Rakuten Pay homepage(Japanese)||Japan Rakuten Pay can be linked with au PAY(payment:au_pay).|
|payment:samsung_pay||Samsung Pay homepage||Available in multiple countries.
|payment:satispay||Satispay on Wikipedia(it)||Italy, Germany and Luxembourg
Accepted in more than 180000 shops
|payment:swish||Swish on Wikipedia||Sweden's largest mobile payment application|
|payment:venmo||Venmo on Wikipedia||A payment app offered by Paypal|
|payment:vipps||Vipps on Wikipedia||Norway's largest mobile payment application|
|Japan WAON is operated by AEON Co., Ltd.|
|payment:wechat||WeChat pay homepage||Including the payment of QR code, face and electronic bus card in some city.|
Government assistance programs
|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|
Indirect Payment / Wire transfer
|payment:wire_transfer||Wire transfer on Wikipedia.||If you can pay by wire transfer (e.g. SEPA).|
|payment:bank_transfer||Possible duplicate of payment:wire_transfer|
|payment:invoice||Payment can be done after receiving an invoice. Please specify the way the invoice can be paid for.|
|payment:paypal||PayPal on Wikipedia / PayPal homepage|
|payment:service_voucher||Service vouchers on Wikipedia||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 on Wikipedia||Called also "Ticket Restaurant", given by employers to pay for lunch.|
|payment:token||Token on Wikipedia||This key is an 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:account_cards||Payment is possible with account cards. There is no specification in this key of which cards are accepted exactly. So as this is very unspecific, whenever possible, try to use another more-specific key (for example payment:calling_cards=yes when you want to indicate that payment with calling cards via dial-in number is possible) or add a description of which types of cards are accepted.|
|payment:szep||Hungary Széchenyi electronic vacation voucher||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:posta_paletta||Hungary Posta Paletta voucher||Called "Posta Paletta utalvány" (literally Posta Paletta voucher) given by employers for gift/school/culture/sport/clothing. It is a printed voucher on paper.|
|payment:edenred_card||Hungary Edenred electronic voucher||Called "Edenred kártya" (literally Edenred card) given by employers for shopping/meal/gift/school/culture/sport/clothing. It is a plastic card.|
|payment:edenred_voucher||Hungary Edenred utalvány voucher||Called "Edenred utalvány" (literally Edenred voucher) given by employers for shopping/gift/school. It is printed on paper.|
|payment:otp_cafeteria||Hungary OTP Cafeteria electronic voucher||Called "OTP Cafeteria kártya" (literally OTP Cafeteria card) given by employers for shopping/gift/school/culture/sport. It is a plastic card.|
|payment:multipay||Hungary Multi-Pay Cafeteria electronic voucher||Called "Multi-Pay Cafeteria kártya" (literally Multi-Pay Cafeteria card) given by employers for health/meal/gift/school/culture/sport/fuel. It is a plastic card.|
|payment:museumkaart||Netherlands (homepage)||Grants free access to many, if not most, Dutch museums. The holder pays an annual flat fee instead. The Museumkaart was known as the MuseumJaarKaart until 2003. This tag replaces fee=MJK_free.|
|payment:u-key||U-Key on Wikipedia||Frequent combination: amenity=vending_machine|
|payment:museokortti||Museokortti on WikipediaHomepage||Finland Museokortti (Museum Card) is an expiring prepaid card, which gives access for free to any museum or exhibition that's part of the program.|
|payment:epassi||Homepage||Finland Epassi is an app in Finland that works with the same principle as service vouchers. Employers can give employee benefits that can be used for payments in any supported places.|
|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:*=no, which would be an unnecessary duplicate.
In some cases, it can be helpful to add information about the accepted denominations of features that are tagged with payment:cash=*, payment:coins=* or payment:notes=*, This is mainly the case for vending machines that have this information printed on them. But there are also some shops that, for example, don't accept notes in the highest denominations. As for most information in OSM, only information should be added that doesn't change too often and is easy to verify on the ground (e.g. signed). The approved tags are
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:
- currency:EUR=yes/no for each currency accepted.
- currency:others=no to indicate that the list of currencies is complete.
- Shop suffixes / prefixes
- 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.
- charge=* – How much is charged for use of or access to a facility.
- self_checkout=* – To indicate whether there is a customer-operated checkout without a cashier.