Wizz Air accepts various types of payments when you are traveling with them to make it more convenient to travel. Here’s all you need to know about how to pay with Wizz Air, including with the credit cards they accept.

Wizz Air Credit Card Payment Options

Wizz Air accepts credit card payments at all points of travel with them, but they do not accept all cards. If you want to pay with a card on Wizz Air, it will need to be a Visa, Visa Electron, MasterCard, Maestro, Bancontact, or UATP. At this time, American Express or AmEx is not accepted.

You could try when you are booking, but it may not go through, so it’s best to have an alternative form of payment. This extends to credit and debit cards, so be prepared with your PIN or CVC code where applicable.

Other Payment Options

If you don’t want to pay with a credit card, you can also pay with a bank transfer within one banking day from when you booked. There are various payment options available by country, including iDeal (Dutch), Pay by Link (Polish), Trustly (UK, Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Finland, Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania).

Additionally, you can use cash at the airport sales desk or if you book with travel agents. Wizz gift vouchers or other travel vouchers can also be used to pay.


While Wizz Air does not take American Express, there are plenty of options to pay with them so you can find one that works for you.


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