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3. Using your PayBand
3.1. The PayBand can be used to make contactless purchases of up to £20 at UK retailers accepting Mastercard PayPass contactless payments. The maximum balance you can have is £200. You will not be able to load and spend more than a cumulative total of £500 during the lifetime of your PayBand.
3.2. Your PayBand will expire at 00:01 on 15th July 2013 after BBST. You have a right under condition 4.4 to request a return of unspent funds at any time; if there is still any money left on your Account we will return it to your Registered Card automatically on 17th July 2013.
3.3. You can view your Balance and details of payments in and out of your Account online at www.barclaycardpayband.com or at a Barclaycard PayBand Help Desk at BBST. Please tell us as soon as possible if there is something which you think is wrong.
3.4. If you make a purchase, the amount will be taken from the available balance on your Account immediately.
3.5. This is not a credit facility. You can only use your PayBand if you have enough money in your Account to cover the Transaction.
All you get from these wristbands is the opportunity to spend much more than you otherwise would on booze, food etc. because you don't "feel" the same as when you part with cash. The "fast track" merely means that you spend less time in the "non-wristband" queue to get in......bearing in mind that there are thousands of these wristbands issued that does not in any way mean that you are going to get in before anyone else. They also describe Tier 1 and 2 as "fast-track" entry, which they are, simply by virtue of having a separate entrance....and they're still trying to sell the wristbands to those who've got Tier 1 or 2......need I say more ?
country (which was fixed): UK
Let's see what British mail will make out of that delivery adress.
( I have no problem with Germany becoming a British county )