If you're under 25, pubs, clubs, cinemas and shops selling age-restricted products will ask you for proof of age. Don't take your passport out and risk losing it, take your Proof of Age London (PAL) card out instead.
Businesses recognise and have confidence in the card, which is approved by the Proof of Age Standards Scheme.
Individual applications cost just £10. To apply you must be;
- Resident in a London Borough and aged between 16 and 25 or;
- A student aged between 16 and 25 and attending a London borough-based school, college or university
To apply for a PAL card you must complete and return an application form.
Simply provide your details below and click on submit when done. An application form will then be posted to you. Online applications are not possible due to technical restrictions.
For any enquires related to the PAL card please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
As well as being very reasonably priced, the PAL card is PASS approved. This means it meets the strict requirements of the Proof of Age Standards Scheme - the UK’s national proof of age accreditation scheme, endorsed by the Home Office, the Association of Chief Police Officers (ACPO), the Security Industry Authority (SIA) and the Chartered Trading Standards Institute (CTSI).
Businesses nationwide can therefore have confidence in the card and you should have no problems getting it accepted at venues demanding proof of age. It is also IDscan compatible. If you do have problems with your card, you can report it here.
Another bonus is we promise not to sell on your personal data - unlike some other card providers. This means you won't be bombarded with spam emails, unwanted texts or junk mail just because you have our card.
Please allow a maximum of two weeks. When you return the completed application form to our card producers verification checks are carried out. Once these are satisfied your card is produced and dispatched.
Other PASS approved cards are available. To compare costs and help you decide which best suits your needs, check the PASS website.