Take payments with Zettle and Busk in London

Zettle has partnered with Busk in London to give performers across the city the ability to accept contactless contributions from passersby, effortlessly.

With fewer people carrying cash, Busk in London and Zettle aim to increase the contributions buskers receive, allowing street musicians to accept payments via cash, contactless cards, wearable technology and chip and pin.

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Faster payments in a beautiful new package

✓ Tap for contactless or insert to use your PIN
✓ Contactless payments take just 5 seconds
✓ Charge via dock or USB
✓ 8 hours of battery with active use

SKIP THE HASSLE

We believe that keeping it simple is key - with Zettle there are no contracts or costly fixed fees. You only pay 1.5% per transaction for debit and credit cards and 1.75% for Amex.*

REPEAT PAYMENTS

Repeat Payments - available for iOS only - enables the Zettle Reader to be set to a fixed amount, accepting continuous contactless contributions. Fans simply tap the reader to show their support!

FLEXIBLE CARD READER

Get started with the Zettle reader - launch the free Zettle Go app and pair your device with your card reader in minutes.

Join other savvy buskers who are already using Zettle tools to expand their business and sell effortlessly

Download the free Zettle app at App Store or Google Play – and get full access to our Point-of-Sale system.

*A prerequisite for discounted fees on card transactions is that a separate written agreement is entered into with Zettle. Offer valid for new business users registering with Zettle. Additional limits and exclusions apply. 

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