Updated: This post has been updated to reflect new Apple Pay banks and vendors.
So which businesses are already using Apple Pay? Heres the list, as of Dec. 17:
AeropostaleAmerican Eagle OutfittersAppleBabies R UsBi-LoBJs Wholesale ClubBloomingdalesChamps SportsChevron and Texaco, including retail stores like ExtraMileThe Disney StoreDuane ReadeExtraMileFoot Locker, including Kids Foot Locker, Lady Foot Locker, House of Hoops, and Run by Foot LockerFoot actionHarveys SupermarketJewel OscoMacysMcDonaldsMeijerNikeOffice DepotPanera BreadPetco and Unleashed by PetcoRadioShackSephoraShawsSix:02Sports AuthorityStaplesStar MarketSubwayToys R UsUnited SupermarketsWalgreensWegmansWhole Foods MarketWinn-Dixie
You will be able to use Apple Pay to make purchases through the follow apps:
AirbnbApple Store appDisney StoreChairishEventBriteFancyGrouponHotelTonightHouzzInstacartJack threadsLevis StadiumLyftOpenTablePanera BreadSpringStaplesTargetUber
Coming Soon:MLB.com,Sephora,Starbucks,StubHub,Ticketmaster, andTickets.com.
Apple Pay supports credit and debit cards from the following:
American ExpressMasterCardVisaBank of AmericaBarclaycardBB&TCapitalOneChaseCitiCommerce BankM&T BankNavy Federal Credit UnionPNCRegionsSunTrustTD BankUSAAUS BankWells Fargo
For a complete list, click here.
All of Apple Pay works on the iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, and Apple Watch. You can make in-app purchases with Apple Pay using the iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPad Air 2, and iPad mini 3.
We’ll continue to update these lists in the weeks and months ahead.
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