You can pay all your recurring payments, direct debits and recurring card payments from Revolut. If you do, you’ll be able to take advantage of our new feature, which provides a smarter way to manage your bills: Pockets.
You can set up these Scheduled Payments from your Revolut account when you first sign up to the service provider. However, you can also transfer them later on if you set them up from a different account (you’ll just need to update your payment details with the person you're making the payment to).
For direct debits (e.g. energy, gas, gym or water bills), you’ll need to tell the company collecting the payment to take it from your Revolut account. To view these account details, just tap on the account in the ‘Home’ section of the app under ‘Accounts’. A lot of companies will let you update these account details online or in app.
For recurring card payments (e.g. Netflix, Spotify or Apple Music), you’ll have to have your Revolut card details saved with the service provider. You can normally do this in the signup flow, and you can almost always change them later on in the payment details section on the service provider’s website or app. If you don’t have your card on you, you can access your card details in the Revolut app. Just select the Cards tab in the Home section, then tap on the card you are interested in viewing the details for from the list and tap on 'Reveal card details'.
For recurring payments, you can do everything yourself. Learn how to set up a recurring payment with Revolut.
Now that you’re done, you can track any payments made from your Revolut account in the 'Scheduled' overview in the 'Payments' section of the app.
Once you have your Scheduled Payments linked to Revolut, you can discover our Pockets feature, which helps put bills money aside and plan ahead easily.