If you want to change how you pay for a Microsoft subscription or for purchases from the Microsoft Store, you can add a payment method to your Microsoft account. Here’s how to add a credit card, debit card, bank account, PayPal account, or mobile phone as a new payment method for your Microsoft account.
Add a new payment method online
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Sign in to the Payment options page with your Microsoft account. If you can't sign in, try troubleshooting issues with your Microsoft account.
Select Add a new payment method.
Select the type of payment method you want to add, add your info, and select Save.
Add a new payment method on an Xbox One console
Sign in to your Xbox One console with your Microsoft account. If you can't sign in, try troubleshooting issues with your Microsoft account.
Press the Xbox button on your controller to open the guide.
Select System > Settings > Account > Payment & billing.
On the Payment options screen, select Add a payment option, choose the type of payment method you want to add, add your info, and then select Save.
You can also remove a payment method or update details for a current payment method. If you're having trouble, you can try some troubleshooting tips.
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