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How much does a CitizenCard cost?

The need to carry a form of photo ID in order to access age restricted goods and services usually entails the risk of carrying expensive documents such as passports or driving licences. Carrying a CitizenCard, which bears the PASS hologram, means cardholders are still able to access these without risking their more costly documents.

A standard application costs £18 (takes up to 21 days to process).

An urgent application costs £35 (takes 1-2 working days to process).

Replacement card costs £14 for standard service (takes up to 21 days to process) or £29 for urgent service (takes 1-2 working days to process).

Replace your CitizenCard photo ID if:

  • you lost your CitizenCard
  • your CitizenCard is damaged
  • you wish to obtain a higher age band UK photo ID, because you turned 16 or 18
  • your appearance has changed
  • your CitizenCard has expired (CitizenCards issued before 7th January 2021 do not expire; all CitizenCards printed from 7th January 2021 onwards expire 3 years after issuing)
  • your name has legally changed (a Marriage Certificate, Court Order or Change of Name Deed will be required)
  • you would like to get a Yoti CitizenCard

You can replace or renew your CitizenCard online at or download a replacement application form.


The PASS hologram on each CitizenCard is endorsed by the Home Office, Police, SIA and retailers.

Proof of Age Standards Scheme logo
National Police Chiefs' Council logo Security Industry Authority logo

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