A list of stores, restaurants, and other places that accept Apple Pay as a payment method.
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Apple Pay is a digital wallet service from Apple that allows users to make payments in person, in apps, and online. The service is available on Apple devices such as the iPhone, iPad,apple watch and Mac.
Apple Pay uses Near Field Communication (NFC) technology to allow users to tap their device to pay for purchases at participating retailers. Apple Pay can also be used for in-app purchases and online payments.
As of 2019, there are over 4,000 retailers that accept Apple Pay in the United States. Some of the major retailers that accept Apple Pay include Best Buy, Macy’s, Target, Walmart, and Whole Foods. In addition, many small businesses and boutiques also accept Apple Pay.
What is Apple Pay?
Apple Pay is a contactless payment system for Apple devices. It lets you use your iPhone, iPad, apple watch to pay in stores, in apps, and online. You can use apple pay to send and receive money with friends and family.
When use apple pay your card number is never stored on your device or shared with the merchant. And because your transactions are authorized with Face ID or Touch ID, Apple Pay is more secure than using a physical credit or debit card.
How to use Apple Pay
Apple Pay is a contactless payment system that allows users to make payments using their iPhone, iPad, or Apple Watch. In order use apple pay you must first add a credit or debit card to the Wallet app on your iOS device. You can do this by taking a picture of your card, or by entering the card information manually. Once you’ve added a card to Wallet, you can use it to make purchases at any store that accepts Apple Pay.
To make a purchase, simply hold your iOS device near the contactless reader with your finger on the Touch ID sensor. You’ll know the payment has gone through when you see a checkmark on the screen. If you’re using an Apple Watch, double-click the side button and hold the watch face up to the contactless reader.
Apple Pay can be used anywhere that accepts contactless payments, which includes most major retailers and many smaller businesses. Some of the places where you use apple pay are listed below:
– Whole Foods
– The Home Depot
– CVS Pharmacy
Where to use Apple Pay
Apple Pay can be used in a variety of stores, both in-person and online. Apple Pay can also be used in certain apps and on participating websites using Safari on your iPhone, iPad, or Mac. In-person, you can use Apple Pay at millions of stores and restaurants worldwide. Look for one of these symbols at checkout:
Online, you can use Apple Pay on websites that have been updated to support it. You might see the Apple Pay button when checking out with certain retailers, such as Sephora, Staples, and zulily. You might also see the Buy with Apple Pay or Apple Pay button in certain apps.
When you’re using Safari and a website asks to use your location, you can now choose whether to allow or deny that request, just as you would for any other website. And if a website wants to track your current location continuously in the background, it must first ask for your permission each time it wants to do so.
How to set up Apple Pay
Setting up Apple Pay is easy, and you can start using it in stores, in apps, and on websites.
To set up Apple Pay on your iPhone, open the Settings app and tap Wallet & Apple Pay. If you don’t see Wallet & Apple Pay, tap Edit and then drag the Wallet & Apple Pay toggle to the beginning of your list of apps. Tap Continue and follow the instructions on your screen to add a credit or debit card. You can also add your card on your iPad by going to Settings > Wallet & Apple Pay.
If you’re using iOS 11 or later and you set up an iPhone with a SIM card, you can automatically add your mobile phone number to apple id so that it can be used as a way to reach you.1 Just open Settings > [your name] > iCloud and turn on Enable Calls on Other Devices. For more information about calling from other devices, see Make and receive calls on iPad or iPod touch with cellular data service.
With iOS 12 or later, you can use Face ID or Touch ID to authenticate purchases in stores, within apps, and on websites in Safari—without having to enter your password each time. On an iPhone X or later, double-click the Side button; on an iPhone 8 or earlier or iPad without Touch ID, triple-click the Home button; then confirm with Face ID or passcode when prompted.
Apple Pay is continually expanding its reach, and is now accepted at a variety of retailers, both online and in brick-and-mortar stores. However, there are still someholdouts that don’t accept Apple Pay yet. Hopefully this list will help you determine whether or not a particular retailer accepts Apple Pay before you make a purchase.
Apple Pay should continue to gain acceptance at more retail locations in the future, making it even more convenient to use your iPhone or Apple Watch to pay for goods and services.