I have a V PAY card from Sparkasse (German Bank), can i use it to book tickets at easyjet? Because there is no option for V PAY but for all other types of VISA.

  • V-Pay is not a credit card. It's a debit card (ec-karte) – Dirty-flow Aug 17 '13 at 14:54
  • Yes i know it's debit card,but i have VISA debit card also of another country (not V PAY) and i can by that. Otherwise easyjet accepts debit cards. My question is especially for V PAY. – Mhche Aug 17 '13 at 14:58
  • easyjet.com/de/zahlung-elektronischen-lastschriftverfahren-de you can pay by direct withdrawal if book the flight at least 2 weeks ahead – Dirty-flow Aug 17 '13 at 15:00
  • I have seen that too, i don't actually can do that. I just only wanted to learn if i can do that by V PAY. Anyway, very thanks for your responses. – Mhche Aug 17 '13 at 15:06
  • As v-pay is a debit card, AFAIK that's the only way to pay with it. – Dirty-flow Aug 17 '13 at 15:07

Yes, you can pay with a German bank account. From easyjet.com:

German residents with a German bank account booking on the German website will be offered ELV as a payment option. The ELV payment option will only be offered for transactions in Euros, and only if the flight is more than 14 days away from the date of booking. There is a 14 day clearing period on ELV payments, which means that flight changes cannot be made until 14 days after the date your last payment was made. Please note that ELV payments that are rejected by the issuing bank will incur an additional fee when resubmitted for payment. For the purposes of any refunds payable by easyJet in accordance with our Carrier’s Regulations or Conditions of Carriage, you agree that such refund may be made by cheque in Euros for the applicable amount.

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    Actually i answered that above but again,I have seen that too. I just only wanted to learn if i can do that by V PAY not bank account. Anyway, very thanks for your responses. – Mhche Aug 17 '13 at 15:10

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