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Contactless payment cards on the TFL network London’s bus network accepts contactless payment cards.
This means you are able to use your contactless card to pay for single fare journeys. If you are already familiar with using your contactless payment card to pay for travel on buses, you should note that TFL have enhanced their system with new and changed features.
Find out more information on Contactless and where to use it.
You should take the contactless card you wish to use to pay for your journey out of your wallet and touch it against the payment terminal on the bus until you see a green light and hear a single beep, this shows that the card has been validated (read successfully) for travel and is your authorisation for the fare to be deducted from your card account.
If you see a red light and hear two beeps, the card has not been validated and you should try again.
It only takes a few minutes to set up and it'll reduce the chance of us declining a holiday transaction on your debit or credit card.
Please note, if you have a joint current account you both need to notify us when using the Internet Banking option.
Also please bear in mind that unlike purchases, interest is charged from the date transactions are applied to your account until payment is received. Be aware that non-HSBC cash machines may charge a transaction fee, which will be advised on-screen at the time of withdrawal. Enjoy the convenience of using your debit or credit card in any outlet that displays the logo on your card. See more about debit card fees and credit card fees.