Latvijas Gāze invoices can be paid at more than 700 sales points in Latvia

With the expansion of payment options, our customers can now pay for natural gas in 5 different retail chains across Latvia – Maxima, Narvesen, top!, Mego and eLats.

Natural gas payments can be made together with everyday purchases. Payment is quick and easy – just scan the barcode available on the receipt. Payments can be made in cash or by bank card.

Please note that the commission will be applied according to the price list at the sales point.

Fee per invoice


EUR 0.50


EUR 0.50


EUR 1.00

(EUR 0.50 with Mego card)


EUR 0.60


EUR 2.00

Before making the payment, please ask about the amount of the commission at the sales point.

Please note that for the top! network, the payment of invoices can only be made at stores owned by “Firma Madara 89” SIA. A list of sales points is available here.

We remind you that the fastest and most convenient way to make payments for natural gas is through the Latvijas Gāze customer portal. Making payments in the customer portal is free of charge, and you can make them anywhere and at any time.

More information about payment options.

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