Apple Pay support added by US Bank, Barclaycard, PNC, M&T Bank, and more

“Ahead of a previously announced Nov. 7 launch for Apple Pay support, a number of users today report being able to load USAA-issued cards into the new payment service,” Jordan Kahn reports for 9to5Mac.

“US Bank and Navy Federal have just confirmed Apple Pay support starting today. In addition, readers report cards from PNC, Barclaycard and M&T Bank working in Apple Pay.,” Kahn reports. “Apple has yet to update its support document detailing supported banks and card types. Currently the list includes American Express, Bank of America, Capital One, Chase, Citi, J.P Morgan, Merrill Lynch, U.S. Trust and Wells Fargo.”

Read more in the full article here.

[Thanks to MacDailyNews Readers “Fred Mertz” and “Dan K.” for the heads up.]

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17 Comments

  1. Everyday more banks and credit unions will begin supporting Apple pay. Nearly every iPhone 6 and 6 plus user will be using Apple pay at check out. MCX seems to forget that, in order to succeed, they must get their customers to sign up and actually use the Current C system. How many will hand over access to their checking account ? MCX is a bad idea at a bad time. Greedy Wal-Mart and others doing their best to dodge credit card charges… Nothing at all about benefit to customers. I rarely if ever find a coupon for anything i want to buy, so that’s no benefit.

    1. And just to clarify on which ones are not working are ones I would not expect to ever work:

      – Target Store-Only Debit Card (for 5% off in store). Since it can only be used at Target I doubt we will see this one.

      – PayPal Debit Card (withdraw or spend paypal balance). I hear this one may be available eventually.

      1. I am not giving PayPal access to my bank via debit card or direct link. I have had several problems with PayPal. I have quit them and thus eBay. PayPal is a competitor with Apple Pay, I do not see them together anytime soon.

        1. Even so it was mentioned they may add Apple Pay support for their cards. Either way, like you, I am transitioning away from paypal and, as I mentioned, I am considering getting rid of these cards.

      1. Both. 😀

        My USAA debit card went live with Apple Pay today. I’m quite happy because I don’t bank with any of the major banks. I don’t usually use the USAA account either; I just have it because I can. But I’ll be using it a lot more now, that’s for sure.

        1. USAA is also on board as of today apparently. I used Apple Pay with my Amex today at Home Depot and to was very slick. The cashier was like, “What just happened?!”

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