Great, you've signed up with ResQ! The next step is to add your payment information. (If you don't yet have a ResQ account, read more information here.)

How to add your payment information?

Click on the app menu and choose "Settings" and then "Payment methods". From the available list, you can choose any available payment method and add the required details. You can also enable multiple payment methods, and decide which one to use when you're making a purchase (jump into instructions on how to do that here).

Supported payment methods by country

Finland: All the most common bank cards that have allowed online payments and international payments, PayPal, MobilePay, Apple Pay*, Google Pay**, online bank / Paytrail (for buying ResQ credits only)

Sweden: All the most common bank cards that have allowed online payments and international payments, Swish, PayPal, Apple Pay*, Google Pay**

Estonia: All the most common bank cards that have allowed online payments and international payments, PayPal, Apple Pay*, Google Pay**

Germany: All the most common bank cards that have allowed online payments and international payments, PayPal, Apple Pay*, Google Pay**

*Under this hyperlink is a list of banks that support Apple Pay.

** Here are hyperlinks to the listed banks that support Google Pay:

How do I change my payment method when making a purchase?

You can change your payment method in the payment confirmation view when making a purchase. Just click on the dropdown menu above the confirmation button and choose the payment method.


You can also choose this in your app settings, but the last used payment method will stay as default on the next purchase.


Please note that orders are always paid in the app and cannot be paid at the venue when you pick up your order.

Unfortunately, we don't accept lunch benefit cards (ePassi, Edenred, Eazybreak, etc.), but we are investigating if those payment methods could be enabled as well.

If you have any issues with your ResQ payments, please contact us via the chat in the app!

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