Apple Pay accepted a couple of our credit cards today, but not one of our preferred credit cards, a Fidelity Investment Rewards VISA card.
Apple Pay did successfully accept a Capital One VISA card and an American Express card. These cards were seldom used. They won’t be now. What’s in our wallet no longer matters, it’s what’s in our Passbook that matters now. Awaken non-Apple Pay participating banks and credit card issuers!
We made it a point to call customer service for the card that did not work with Apple Pay and ask when they would be supporting Apple Pay as we anticipated using other cards via Apple Pay more often in place of theirs due to convenience. They said they were “evaluating” the service, but appreciated our feedback.
We suggest you do the same: Contact card issuers you want to use in Passbook with Apple Pay. No sense having them wait to find out that our usage of their card decreased directly because they are not a part of Apple Pay.
— MacDailyNews (@MacDailyNews) October 20, 2014
Does Apple Pay support your credit /debit cards?