Apple today updated a section of its Apple Pay website aimed at businesses with a new link that allows them to order Apple Pay decals for retail stores. The new decals accompany a set of Apple Pay graphics for merchants that were added to the site a few weeks back.

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Clicking the link to order decals takes merchants to a new Apple Pay Supplies website where they can sign up to receive an Apple Pay kit that contains window and register decals. In the kit, there are glass decals in two sizes, register decals in two sizes, and an application tool. Businesses can order up to five kits using the online tool, but larger decal orders require placing a phone call to Apple.

Kits are available at no cost after a company, name, email address, and shipping address are entered.

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Apple is encouraging businesses of all sizes to adopt Apple Pay with its new logo kits, and it has a dedicated page for merchants who are interested in accepting the payment method. Apple Pay adoption by retailers has continued at a rapid pace, and in March, several new Apple Pay partners emerged, including GameStop, Marriott International, Jamba Juice, JetBlue, Office Max, Regal Cinemas, Walt Disney World, and more.

During Apple's March 9 event, Apple CEO Tim Cook revealed that there are now more than 700,000 locations where Apple Pay is accepted, including vending machines. Later this year, Square will introduce a new Square reader with NFC connectivity that will expand Apple Pay availability to thousands of small business owners that use the iPhone-based payment system.

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Top Rated Comments

ck2875 Avatar
117 months ago
Can I order some of these to stick on the disabled NFC terminals at CVS?
Score: 22 Votes (Like | Disagree)
James Manesh Avatar
117 months ago
A lot of us are still waiting for this thing to go international.
Score: 11 Votes (Like | Disagree)
avanpelt Avatar
117 months ago
What took so long? They should've had these decals ready to go out on day one.
Score: 9 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Plutonius Avatar
117 months ago
Just waiting for CurrentC to fail to be able to finally use Apple Pay at these places again.

You have to wait for CurrentC to launch first.
Score: 8 Votes (Like | Disagree)
dontwalkhand Avatar
117 months ago
I went into a CVS over the weekend for the first time since Apple Pay launched. I pulled out my phone and asked the (clueless) employee at the register if I could pay with my phone since the light on the NFC reader was flashing and there was no indication from looking at the pad that it wouldn't work.

She said, "Sometimes it works and sometimes it doesn't" so I got my hopes up for a second. I put my finger on the Touch ID sensor and sure enough, a message came up on the POS screen that said "Contactless payment not permitted. Please swipe your card."

You'd think they would've found a way to completely turn off the NFC reader portion of the terminal by now. Having the light flashing and inviting people to use the technology is just adding insult to injury and making them look even worse. I can't believe they're still waiting for those idiots at CurrentC to get their act together.

Just waiting for CurrentC to fail to be able to finally use Apple Pay at these places again.
Score: 6 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Iconoclysm Avatar
117 months ago
You have to wait for CurrentC to launch first.

Not necessarily, lol
Score: 5 Votes (Like | Disagree)

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