UK contactless payment limit to rise to £100

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(The Guardian)

The limit on contactless spending in the UK is set to rise to £100, although the change may not be rolled out to shops until later in the year.

The limit on tap-and-go card spending was increased to £45 last year as retailers sought ways to cut the need for physical contact in shops amid the Covid pandemic, and in January plans were announced to more than double it.

The change will be confirmed in Wednesday’s budget.

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