Donate to OpenTTD

If you enjoy playing OpenTTD and would like to help support its development, please consider donating. OpenTTD is developed and released free of charge, and the developers give up their own free time to work on the game. In addition the server infrastructure used to build the releases and host the web services costs a lot of money to run, so any support would be appreciated.

If you would like to support OpenTTD, donations can be made in a number of ways:

  • Bank transfer
    A direct bank transfer is generally the cheapest way to donate, if you have a GBP, USD or EUR bank account. Please note that this may incur charges from your bank otherwise. You can use the following bank details to donate. Please note that the accounts listed below will only accept transfers from the countries specified.
    • GBP (United Kingdom): Account number 75798685, sort code 23-14-70
    • USD (United States): Please e-mail Owen Rudge for details
    • EUR (Eurozone): IBAN BE65 9670 3187 7596, BIC TRWIBEB1XXX
    If you have any queries or wish to donate from another country, please contact Owen Rudge.
  • Liberapay
    Liberapay allows you to make one-off or recurring donations by credit or debit card, SEPA Direct Debit, or PayPal. If you'd like to set up a weekly, monthly or annual donation, Liberapay is the easiest way to do so. Donations accepted in over 30 different currencies.
  • PayPal
    PayPal is one of the easiest ways to make a donation. You can specify an amount to donate, in any currency supported by PayPal, and if you don't have a PayPal account, you can pay by credit/debit card without signing up for an account. If you would like to donate in this way, please click one of the following links:
  • Cheque
    Donations by cheque are also a possibility within the United Kingdom. Outside of the UK, hefty charges may be made by our bank for cashing the cheque, so please contact Owen Rudge for more advice.
  • Other methods
    If you have another method by which you would like to donate, please contact Owen Rudge.

Thank you for all your support, it is very much appreciated.