Pay with sQuid in Aberdeen

Pay with sQuid at Aberdeen City facilities
If you have sQuid on your NEC Accord Card you can use this instead of cash to pay for things such as the gym at the Beach Leisure Centre, lunch at the Art Gallery, borrowing a DVD at the Central Library and much more.

Please note: Secondary school catering
The sQuid purse can not be used in Aberdeen City secondary schools for catering. Only the sites in the sQuid map can accept sQuid for payment.


Create a sQuid account and register your card

Register your card with sQuid:
- Enter a few personal details to create an account
- Top-up your sQuid account online 
- Top-up from a bank transfer/credit or debit card
- Protect your card balance should it be lost or stolen

Login to your sQuid account to:
- Check your balance; do you need to top-up?
- View your transactions to check your spending
- Top-up your account; bank transfer/credit or debit card
- Update your details and preferences


Get 10% cashback with sQuid

Use your registered Accord Card
We're giving a away 10% cashback on all purchases made using your sQuid eMoney purse on your registered card. You don't have to do anything, just pay with sQuid in the normal way and the reward will be available to collect onto your card within 48 hours of your purchase. Click here for more details.


How do I get sQuid added to my Accord Card?

Newly issued Accord Cards
From 9th August 2010 sQuid is included on all newly issued Accord Cards for cardholders who wish to use sQuid. Look for the sQuid logo on your Accord Card.

I haven’t got sQuid on my Accord Card
If your Accord Card was issued prior to 9th August 2010 you can have sQuid added at one of the Customer Access Points. You can find Customer Access Points at the following locations in Aberdeen:

- The Point, Broad Street, AB10 1BX
- Kincorth Customer Access Point, Provost Watt Drive, AB12 5NA
- Mastrick Customer Access Point, Spey Road, AB16 6SH
- Woodside Customer Access Point, Marquis Road, AB24 2QY


How do I get an Accord Card?

I haven't got an Accord Card and would like one
The Accord Card is Aberdeen City Council’s smartcard scheme and is available to all residents of Aberdeen. To find out more about the Accord Card and how to apply for one visit

If you are a pupil at one of the councils twelve secondary schools you can apply for an Accord Card by contacting your school office.


Where would you like to use sQuid in Aberdeen?

Where would you like to use sQuid?
If you would like to be able to use sQuid at a specific location or retailer in Aberdeen then why not nominate a merchant now. We'd love to hear from you and will do our best to get them to start accepting sQuid payments.





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