Zilch Access: your virtual Mastercard.
You are pre-approved
£50–£800 credit limit
Pay in 4 over six weeks with no late fees
Pay in 1 and get up to 5% back in Zilch Rewards
Use in-store or online – anywhere Mastercard is accepted
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Earn Rewards with Pay in 1
Get up to 5% back in Zilch Rewards when you shop online by searching our app for your chosen store and enabling your card for Pay in 1 before checkout.
You’ll also receive 0.5% back in Zilch Rewards when you use Zilch Anywhere and Tap and Pay in-store.
Split the cost with Pay in 4
Check out with Zilch for free at thousands of stores online, including Amazon and eBay.
You can pay in 4 anywhere else – in-store or online – for a small fee, including when you pay with Apple, Samsung or Google Pay.*
Spend responsibly, spending more than you can afford could seriously affect your financial status. Credit subject to status, 18+, UK residents only. Representative APR 18.1% (fixed) based on total spend: £240 (+£2.50 fees). Total repayable: £242.50 paid over 6 weeks, 1st payment £62.50, then 3 payments of £60.00 every 2 weeks. T&Cs apply
Build your credit score.
We report to credit reference agencies, which means you could improve your credit rating simply by using us regularly and repaying on time.Learn more
Pay 25% upfront.
2 weeks later.
4 weeks later.
Autopay the next 25%.
6 weeks later.
Final 25%. You’re done.
Amazon, Nike, ASOS, Adidas, Iceland, Just Eat, Sports Direct…
Shop at all your favourite brands.
There’s no need!
Wherever you can use Mastercard,
you can use Zilch. Simple.
Search for any brand
Tap and Pay too.
Whether on the high street, in a restaurant or at the hairdressers, you can Tap and Pay with Zilch.
With a capital ‘R’.
Stay on top of it.
With our app it’s simple and easy to stick to your budget.
Tailored to you.
Connect your bank account via Open Banking so we can give you a more affordable personal spend.
Security comes first.
We are PCI-DSS Compliant and protect your account by using:
- Enhanced ID verification
- Multi-factor authentication
- Data encryption
Join more than
3 million customers.
“Nice and easy. You are always in control.
Should have been about years ago.” Cheryl Chamberlain
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“This is a great way to do your
shopping. Easy to set up. So happy.” Kimberly Chapman
Last year we rewarded customers with over £6.5M in Zilch Rewards.
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Got more questions?FAQs
We’re all about responsible spending, why is why you have a balance limit. This measure is in place so you won’t overspend.
Your available spending limit will be restored each time you pay off a purchase in full (not when you make single payments). For example, if you purchased something for £40, your available spending limit will be restored once you pay back the full £40 in 4 instalments.
Trying to contact us? Here's how you can!
Please visit our Help Centre here.
If you can’t find the answers there, don’t worry. We’re on live chat ready to answer your questions from 8am to 8pm Monday to Sunday.
Once logged into your app, click on the options menu in the top right-hand corner and select 'Help'.
We all buy things but change our minds. And the great thing is that with Zilch getting a refund is hassle free.
Refund your order as you normally would online or in-store. As soon as we receive your refund from the store, we will check whether you have an outstanding balance on your purchase.
If you’ve returned your entire order and the full order has been refunded, all future payments will be cancelled and any payments made will be refunded.
If you’ve returned some items in your order and received a refund, we’ll apply this to your instalments to reduce future payments. If your partial refund is larger than the balance you have left to pay, then we’ll refund you the difference. Generally, refunds are applied starting with your final payment, working backwards to earlier payments.