Sumup Card Reader (Only 1.69% per transaction!) £22.80 @ Sumup
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Sumup Card Reader (Only 1.69% per transaction!) £22.80 @ Sumup

£22.80£5961%SumUp Deals
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Found 29th Apr
Similar to to the iZettle card reader, but 0.06% less per transaction. It will add up over time!!

*Offer valid until 30.04 for one card reader per new SumUp account. Price excluding VAT. Ordinary card reader price £59 excl. VAT. Additional terms and conditions apply.
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snappyfish22 m ago

You write 1.6 the 0.6?


The iZettle reader is 1.75% per transaction. This is 1.69%, 0.06 less.
scerstt59 m ago

The iZettle reader is 1.75% per transaction. This is 1.69%, 0.06 less.


A saving of £6 for every £10,000 through put
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You write 1.6 the 0.6?
snappyfish22 m ago

You write 1.6 the 0.6?


The iZettle reader is 1.75% per transaction. This is 1.69%, 0.06 less.
It's so minimal as to make no difference. I use PayPal at about 2.7% and still don't think it's worth changing when you factor in the replacement card reader cost.
scerstt59 m ago

The iZettle reader is 1.75% per transaction. This is 1.69%, 0.06 less.


A saving of £6 for every £10,000 through put
I went for this one. Am always chasing the pennies so the lowest fees matter for me.
Plus they allow card not present transactions which hardly any of the other providers offer.
Decent price, great for if you have a small business.
Harumble8646 m ago

A saving of £6 for every £10,000 through put


£6 is £6 when you're a small business
Ordered
If all terminal are supposed to be contactless by next year, will these all have to be as well?
They are contactless
thomasbentley56 m ago

If all terminal are supposed to be contactless by next year, will these …If all terminal are supposed to be contactless by next year, will these all have to be as well?

I have had this reader for just under a year, been fantastic, lower fees as well as a great product and simple app! Would recommend to anyone out there! Also get £20 per referral if they get one!
Anyone use their digital book keeping offering?
Edited by: "daz_75" 30th Apr
scerstt2 h, 6 m ago

£6 is £6 when you're a small business


Which doesn't take into consideration other factors. Costs of new/replacement machines etc
Check out their App reviews on the play store. There are comments about how SumUp withhold your payments until you jump through all their hoops. It's definitely worth checking their website to make sure you meet all their requirements.
Edited by: "StinkingQuentin" 29th Apr
Ive got Izettle Paypal and SumUp and to be honest Izettle is the best imho its just easy to use no problem with payments great app and it always works spot on. That cant be said about SumUp...also the card reader is a bit bulky compered to others and it takes longer to connect/accept payments.Not good keeping customers waiting... Paypal no issues well know brand but higher fees...
Yardbird5 m ago

Ive got Izettle Paypal and SumUp and to be honest Izettle is the best …Ive got Izettle Paypal and SumUp and to be honest Izettle is the best imho its just easy to use no problem with payments great app and it always works spot on. That cant be said about SumUp...also the card reader is a bit bulky compered to others and it takes longer to connect/accept payments.Not good keeping customers waiting... Paypal no issues well know brand but higher fees...


I'm the same. I had a SumUp reader and binned it. Paypal is good if you want same day money, but the software is now convoluted and slow. iZettle is by far the quickest at taking payments. Literally 2 seconds compared to PayPals upto 30 seconds.

The biggest downfall with iZettle, is how long it takes to get your money. If you take a payment on Monday you get it Thurs, Tues = Fri - Weds on ward and it's the folliowing week. Which in this age of instant bank transfer is poor. At least PayPal allow instant transfer.

So I flit between Paypal and iZettle depending on what day it is....usually
Edited by: "artnada" 29th Apr
I use wave accounting, I can use it to record payment via credit/debit card ect. This is free and they charge credit card for transactions great for a start up business.
Edited by: "snappyfish" 30th Apr
I was looking at this but decided against when read reviews, not great tbh where as iZettle were much better
iZettle user here for around 5 years, never had any issues, great app and easy to use.
Harumble8616 h, 50 m ago

A saving of £6 for every £10,000 through put


Let's not forget this reader costs £4 more (iZettle is £19)
Edited by: "Norseg" 30th Apr
revdesol4 m ago

Website says £19 for this too - https://sumup.co.uk/welcome/home/?


Is there some delivery? Did they reduce the price since this deal says it costs £23

They probably reduced the price when they say iZettle had a offer too but for cheaper
redcantona18 h, 20 m ago

It's so minimal as to make no difference. I use PayPal at about 2.7% and …It's so minimal as to make no difference. I use PayPal at about 2.7% and still don't think it's worth changing when you factor in the replacement card reader cost.


You obviously don’t make enough money for it to make a difference.
Either that or your just bad at business. Why would you give up your profit.
It’s like going to work for an employer and giving back some of your wage at the end of the week/month.
Edited by: "prash_2k" 30th Apr
Njcenjce
With iZettle I got a free reader, 1.75% transaction fee, a £15 credit, ultra fast transactions anywhere and everywhere, prompt payment (usually within two days) and a great app and website. Oh, and I could even customise the app to work on a BlackBerry. For me, iZettle wins hands down.
Good price.

I have had customers who are reluctant to use the portable card machines (gas servicing..) - but last week one who had ‘heard an izettle advert’ on the radio.

To be honest though - cash is always better for me - so i dont really care.

These are handy machines - amazing how the cost has plummeted over the years - i still remember paying barclays £30 a month for the privilege of letting them take 4%!
Norseg30th Apr

Is there some delivery? Did they reduce the price since this deal says it …Is there some delivery? Did they reduce the price since this deal says it costs £23They probably reduced the price when they say iZettle had a offer too but for cheaper


ALWAYS look for the meaning of the * next to the price


"*Offer valid until 30.04 for one card reader per new SumUp account. Price excluding VAT. Ordinary card reader price £59 excl. VAT. Additional terms and conditions apply."
I have izettle and sum-up (although previous card reader), no comparison between the 2, izettle all the way, I only keep the sum-up one for backup.

Izettle customer service has always been great for me
prash_2k4 h, 43 m ago

You obviously don’t make enough money for it to make a difference. Either t …You obviously don’t make enough money for it to make a difference. Either that or your just bad at business. Why would you give up your profit. It’s like going to work for an employer and giving back some of your wage at the end of the week/month.


You're missing the point. I already have a PayPal reader. If I bought this I'd have to take almost £30,000 before it paid for itself. It's a good option only if you don't have a card reader.
Norseg12 h, 43 m ago

Let's not forget this reader costs £4 more (iZettle is £19)


You may have missed the VAT consideration. Effectively same price as both marketed at "special offer" £19+VAT & both offers expire today 30 April 2018 - assuming the marketing departments choose not to miraculously extend.
£19.99 in screwfix
I'm been using sumup for years. Normally takes on average 3 days to receive the funds. Never waited longer than 5 days and thats when I first started with them. Never had any problems with them either. used izettle at the very start but that was when they only accepted visa.
gan3 h, 10 m ago

£19.99 in screwfix


£29.99 inc VAT Screwfix webstore at time of this post, and a single review condemning the device screwfix.com/p/s…72x
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