Payment

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You can contact us by phone or email to book a tour. We will need your full details (full name, email address, home address)  in an email, as well as the full details of any other people travelling with you.

Once we have received your booking email, we will send you an email with the invoice for the booking fee together with details of how to pay.

The booking is preliminary until you have confirmed it by paying the booking fee.

Once we have received your payment, your booking is fully confirmed.

You can pay the booking fee as well as the total amount of the tour by:

  • Bank transfer
  • PayPal
  • Credit card (through the PayPal gateway)

We do not accept cheques or cash.

Payment by bank transfer

Our preferred payment method is by an electronic bank transfer or wire transfer. On our booking invoice you will get all necessary bank details.

If you are in Europe this is easily done with an “IBAN transfer“, also known as a SEPA transfer, to BKWine’s bank in Sweden. It is quick, easy and inexpensive.

Outside the SEPA/IBAN area you can arrange for a traditional bank transfer through your bank.

If you are outside the the SEPA/IBAN area you can make a bank transfer, or wire transfer, to our TransferWise account in your country. TransferWise is a cheap and efficient way to make international fund transfers. For instance, if you are in the US or in Canada you can make a domestic dollar bank/wire transfer to our US TransferWise account.

We will send you the account details together with our invoice.

Payment by credit/debit card or PayPal

You can also pay by PayPal or credit/debit card. Card and PayPal payments carry a much higher cost (to us) so we prefer a bank transfer.

Credit card payments are processed through the PayPal payment gateway.

You do not need to have a PayPal account to pay with a credit card.

Here is a detailed explanation of how it it will be done if you chose to pay with a credit card without using a PayPal account.

American dollars, an unusual two dollar bill
American dollars, an unusual two dollar bill, copyright BKWine Photography

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