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Mint Bills is no longer available. The good news is that you can now manage bills and money together in Mint. See what you can do in Mint
1. Create a Mint account
Try to sign in with your Mint Bills login first, or sign up for a new account if needed.
2. Add banks and bills
Use the "+" button to add banks, credit cards and bills, then follow the directions to start paying.
3. We're here to help
Still have questions or issues? Browse our FAQ below, search for help or contact our care team.
Frequently Asked Questions
FAQ
We acquired Mint Bills (formerly Check) so we could bring bill pay services to Mint. We recently finished integrating the bill pay services into Mint, allowing you to manage finances and pay bills in one app, Mint, instead of two. With the integration complete, we're shutting down Mint Bills.
You can manage money and bills in a way you couldn't in Mint Bills. Manage balances, bills and budgets in one place, get your free credit score and more.
We really wanted to migrate your accounts for you, but we weren't able to make a comprehensive account migration workable for every user or account. We're sorry for the inconvenience, but this allows you more control as to what accounts you move.
You can manage both bills and money in Mint. Bill pay works very much like Mint Bills, with a few small changes. File Cabinet will no longer be supported, and we can only pay billers that are supported and linked with a username and password (with some rare exceptions like the US Department of Veterans Affairs).
You can link most accounts to Mint. Start with bank accounts and credit cards. Then, add online bills (like utilities and streaming subscriptions) and offline bills (like rent and day care). Add loans and investments to complete the picture.
All of them, and any bills you might be paying in other places and just want to keep track of. We sent an email with your current list of billers to help make sure you don't miss any.
Mint Bills will be blocked on March 26, 2017, and you will no longer be able to log into your account. You can delete your own account at any time (log into bills.mint.com and go to settings), or just let us do it for you on March 26, 2017. When your account is deleted, we may keep data to the extent necessary to comply with applicable laws.
Some bills (like rent or day care) you might have to add manually. If you can't find something when you search, use the "create a manual bill" at the bottom to create it.
You only need to enter this information once. Mint remembers biller details from the first time you pay a bill, and next time you can pay with just a few taps or clicks.
We acquired Mint Bills (formerly Check) so we could bring bill pay services to Mint. We recently finished integrating the bill pay services into Mint, allowing you to manage finances and pay bills in one app, Mint, instead of two. With the integration complete, we're shutting down Mint Bills.
You can manage money and bills in a way you couldn't in Mint Bills. Manage balances, bills and budgets in one place, get your free credit score and more.
We really wanted to migrate your accounts for you, but we weren't able to make a comprehensive account migration workable for every user or account. We're sorry for the inconvenience, but this allows you more control as to what accounts you move.
You can manage both bills and money in Mint. Bill pay works very much like Mint Bills, with a few small changes. File Cabinet will no longer be supported, and we can only pay billers that are supported and linked with a username and password (with some rare exceptions like the US Department of Veterans Affairs).
You can link most accounts to Mint. Start with bank accounts and credit cards. Then, add online bills (like utilities and streaming subscriptions) and offline bills (like rent and day care). Add loans and investments to complete the picture.
All of them, and any bills you might be paying in other places and just want to keep track of. We sent an email with your current list of billers to help make sure you don't miss any.
Mint Bills will be blocked on March 26, 2017, and you will no longer be able to log into your account. You can delete your own account at any time (log into bills.mint.com and go to settings), or just let us do it for you on March 26, 2017. When your account is deleted, we may keep data to the extent necessary to comply with applicable laws.
Some bills (like rent or day care) you might have to add manually. If you can't find something when you search, use the "create a manual bill" at the bottom to create it.
You only need to enter this information once. Mint remembers biller details from the first time you pay a bill, and next time you can pay with just a few taps or clicks.
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It's sad to say goodbye to Mint Bills, but you'll love being able to do even more in one place. Thanks for all your support, and we'll see you in Mint.