Billing and Payment Options

Pay your bill, manage your account online and gain cost-saving insights about your energy use.

Online Bill Payment

Pay Online

Log In to Account or register for a free account.

Why sign up for an online account?

  • Pay your bill online with your credit/debit card or bank account.
  • Set up automatic payments.
  • Compare current and past.
  • View billing and payment history.
  • Receive email or text billing alerts,
To sign up, you’ll need your account number. You can find your account number on your bill. Learn how to read your bill
Mail Bill Payment

Pay by Mail

  • Kansas & Missouri, except for Greater Missouri Operations service area:
    KCP&L
    P.O. Box 219330
    Kansas City, MO 64121-9330
  • KCP&L
    P.O. Box 219703
    Kansas City, MO 64121-9703
Credit Card Bill Payment

Pay by Phone

Call (816) 471-5275 or (888) 471-5275

  • Paying by check: Have your KCP&L account number and checkbook available, then follow the voice prompts. Checks post the same day by 2:30 p.m. on business days or the next business day after 2:30 p.m.
  • Paying by Visa, MasterCard or debit/ATM card: Have your KCP&L account number and card number available. The system will connect you to Western Union for processing. Credit, debit and ATM cards post within 1-2 business days.
Cash Bill Payment

Pay in Person

To make a payment in person, please go to your local Walmart or any of these other locations.

Potential Data Breach at Authorized Payment Locations: TIO Network, the vendor that managed walk-in payment locations including local grocery stores and gas stations, has experienced a data breach. Customers who paid their KCP&L bill by check at these locations may be affected.

Text Messaging

Pay by Text Message

  • Set up text payments through your online account.
  • Update your preferences online at any time. Or stop all messages by texting STOP to 68731.
Budget Billing

Other Billing Options

Budget billing helps you keep your bill consistent and budget your monthly payments by evening out seasonal billing highs and lows.