Contactless card payments limit rises to £20
The price limit on purchases made using wave-and-go card technology has risen from £15 to £20.
Customers pay for small items by holding their debit or credit card to a reader without entering a Pin code.
Fifty national retailers now use the system in their stores, including Greggs, Boots and McDonald's.
The limit increase comes shortly before the Post Office starts to add the contactless payment terminals to all of its 11,500 branches.
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