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The easy way to take payments No cash? No problem! Using a card reader takes away the hassle of selling tickets for events or for taking larger payments…


‘Our card reader


has revolutionised the way we take money at


‘We used an iZettle for


the fi rst time at the summer ball auction and it raised


£1,000 for about 15 items. I’ve no doubt the bids wouldn’t


have gone so high if we were relying on people having the cash on the night.’


events – particularly on the bar! Why wouldn’t you have one?’


Get the iZettle reader for only £19+VAT (regular price £59+VAT)


It’s quick to set up and easy to use, empowering you to accept credit card and contactless payments – whenever and wherever.


Simple pricing – Pay 1.75 % per transaction – no other fi xed fees. We love to keep it simple!


No merchant account needed – Payments are deposited to your bank account within two to three days.


Works with iOS and Android – Download the free app, connect the reader via Bluetooth to your smartphone or tablet.


Good battery life – The iZettle has a battery life of 8 hours active use or 100 transactions and can be charged easily using a USB.


Sign up today! Create an iZettle account online with minimal fuss and receive your card reader in just a few days.


Go to https://tinyurl.com/iZettle-off er


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