How to Bypass the Zip Code Requirement on Credit Cards

If you’re looking for a way to bypass the zip code requirement on credit cards, you’ve come to the right place. In this blog post, we’ll show you how to do it.

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Go to any website that asks for a zip code

When you’re shopping online and a website asks for your zip code, you may be able to bypass the requirement by entering any five-digit number. This trick works because many websites use your zip code as a way to verify that you are in the correct country or region for their store. By entering any five-digit number, you can trick the website into thinking you are in the correct location.

Keep in mind that this trick will not work on all websites. Some websites require a valid zip code in order to properly process your order. In these cases, you will need to enter a real zip code in order to complete your purchase.

Right-click on the page

If you’re filling out a form on a website and see a field for your credit card’s zip code, you may be able to bypass it by right-clicking on the page and selecting “Inspect.” This will open up the page’s HTML code. Look for the line that includes “postal-code” in the code. If you see it, that means the website is probably using auto-fill to populate the field, so you shouldn’t need to enter anything.

Select “Inspect”

1. Right-click (Windows) or Control-click (Mac) the credit card field.
2. Select “Inspect.”
3. In the Elements window, find the field labeled “postal-code.”
4. Delete the word “required” in between the quotation marks.
5. Press enter on your keyboard to close the Inspect window.

Find the input field for the zip code

On the back of your credit card, there is a small rectangular input field for your zip code. The zip code is the five-digit number that corresponds to your location. If you do not know your zip code, you can find it by searching for your city and state on the U.S. Postal Service website.

When you are ready to input your zip code, look for the small rectangular field on the back of your credit card. It is located above the signature line and to the right of the CVV code. The zip code should be entered as five digits with no spaces or punctuation.

Right-click on the input field

Some websites require you to enter your credit card’s billing zip code to verify that you are the cardholder. This is an extra step that can be frustrating, especially if you’re trying to make a quick purchase. Thankfully, there is a way to bypass this requirement.

Here’s what you need to do:

1. Go to the website where you’re trying to make a purchase.
2. Right-click on the input field for the billing zip code.
3. Select “Inspect element.”
4. Find the “maxlength” attribute and change the number from 5 to 100 (or more).
5. Press “Enter” on your keyboard.
6. Enter any 5-digit zip code and complete your purchase!

Select “Edit as HTML”

If you’re trying to make a purchase online and the website is asking for your five-digit zip code, you may be able to bypass this requirement by editing the HTML of the page. To do this, follow these steps:

1. Right-click on the page and select “Edit as HTML.”
2. A window will pop up with the HTML code for the page.
3. Find the section of code that asks for your zip code. It will look something like this:


4. Delete that section of code and save the changes.
5. Refresh the page and you should be able to proceed without entering a zip code.

Delete the “value” attribute

One way to bypass the zip code requirement on credit cards is to delete the “value” attribute. This can be done by using a web inspector tool or by looking at the source code of the page. Once the “value” attribute has been deleted, the zip code will no longer be required.

Another way to bypass the zip code requirement is to use a different browser or device. Sometimes, zip codes are only required when using certain browsers or devices. Try using a different browser or device and see if the zip code is still required.

If you are still having trouble bypassing the zip code requirement, you can try contacting the customer service of the company that is requiring the zip code. They may be able to help you bypass the requirement or tell you why it is needed.

Type in any five digits

If a website is asking for your five-digit zip code and you don’t want to give it to them, you can try typing in any five digits. This trick doesn’t always work, but it’s worth a shot.

If the website still won’t let you checkout without a zip code, you can try using a fake zip code. You can find a list of fake zip codes online. Just be sure to use a zip code that’s in the same general area as your real zip code.

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