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Apply for a Sage Pay account

Our packages start at £5/month and has all the features you'll need to accept payments securely online and over the phone.

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Set up a merchant account

To accept different payment types like Visa and MasterCard, you will need one or multiple merchant accounts (or merchant IDs). This allows your payments to be authorised and transferred into your business bank account.

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You can get a merchant account in two ways:

You can tell us which option you'd like to go for in the Sage Pay application form. If you need some advice on which option is best for your business just get in touch. We're here to support you 24/7.

Integrate your Sage software with Sage Pay

Depending on the Sage software you’re using, you will need to follow a few simple instructions in the guides below:

Process a test transaction and go live

Before we get to the exciting bit – putting your account live – we need you to put through a test transaction followed by a refund using MySagePay.
Once that's done we can make your account live. You will now be ready to start accepting payments.  
Remember you must also have you Merchant IDs validated before we can make your account live. We can do this before or after your test transaction.

Get your PCI compliance certificate

When you start accepting card payments from your customers you must get a PCI DSS certificate. This shows you are complying with payment industry standards. This protects you and your shoppers.
Tell me more about PCI DSS compliance
Pay is certified to the highest level PCI DSS Level 1. This reduces your compliance requirements significantly unless you have chosen the direct integration method.
You can get your certificate quickly and cheaply from Trustwave, our Qualified Security Assessor (QSA) partner.  
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Remember: If the bank setting up your merchant account(s) has their own Qualified Security Assessor partner then you'll need to go with them rather than Trustwave.