I very rarely use cash, even small amounts, any more. Keep a couple of pound coins in my pocket but don'f even need them for supermarket trolleys any more. Bought a pack of aspirin for 89 Pence last Thursday and used a coin, but no cash since. My last ATM withdrawal was at least three weeks ago, and only because I knew the gardener was coming!
Card (contactless) or walk through phone for me every time.
..but don't even need them for supermarket trolleys any more
Depends on your Supermarket I suppose. My local Tesco superstore has changed all the trolley locks to accept the new £1 coins, but they won't take trolley tokens now. My local Co-Op convenience store trollies still only take old £1 coins as do the trollies at Pets At Home (I use a trolley to carry my cat's cage when I take him to the Vet as I can't carry it the length of the store and up the lift anymore, he's too heavy and my Sciatica won't allow it.)
I had to use a Cab last week to go to the Eye Clinic and paid with Cash. Wouldn't know whether they accept cards these days, its the first time I've used a Cab since 2012.
When Barclaycard and Access started charging an annual subscription many years ago I cancelled them and any others wanting a subscription and went with free ones.
These days my main card is a Tesco Credit card for which I get Clubcard points in varying amounts depending on where its used, but I reckon I get at least £100+ per annum in points. I have a Capital One card with an insanely high credit limit which I keep active as I never know when/if I will need it, and an MBNA which started life as an Amazon Credit Card. The main point is of course that I don't pay a subscription for any of them and the interest rate is competitive.
My Bank account is a Barclays Premier which gives me certain advantages on my Debit Card including higher daily ATM withdrawal limits, but I rarely use it as a method of payment