Apple Pay Adds 46 More Banks and Credit Unions in U.S.

apple_pay_phone_handApple has once again updated its list of participating Apple Pay issuers, adding 46 more banks and credit unions to the list of institutions whose customers can set up credit and/or debit cards with the service. The new additions increase the number of banking institutions in the U.S. supporting Apple Pay to over 425, and just last month the service expanded to the United Kingdom, where most of the country's major banks are already on board.

  • 1st United Services Credit Union
  • Align Credit Union
  • Atlantic Regional FCU
  • Bank of Marin
  • Bank of Oklahoma
  • Central Pacific Bank
  • Community & Southern Bank
  • Countryside Bank
  • Dominion Credit Union
  • DuPage Credit Union
  • Dutch Point Credit Union
  • Electro Savings Credit Union
  • First Bank of Dalton
  • First Clover Bank
  • First Collinsville Bank
  • First County Bank
  • First Midwest Bank
  • First National Bank and Trust
  • First National Bank of McGregor
  • First State Bank Nebraska
  • Greater Iowa Credit Union
  • Gulf Coast Educators FCU
  • HarborOne Bank
  • Horizon Bank
  • Illinois National Bank
  • Jax Federal Credit Union
  • LGE Community Credit Union
  • Meadows Credit Union
  • Meridian Trust Federal Credit Union
  • Metro Health Services FCU
  • MidFirst Bank
  • Northwest Federal Credit Union
  • Premier Bank
  • SAC FCU
  • The Bank of Commerce
  • The Cooperative Bank
  • The Paducah Bank & Trust
  • Thomaston Savings Bank
  • TTCU The Credit Union
  • UniBank for Savings
  • United Bank
  • US Community Credit Union
  • USE Credit Union
  • USF Federal Credit Union
  • West Alabama Bank & Trust
  • Westerra Credit Union

With most of the largest financial institutions in the U.S. already supporting Apple Pay, most of the recent additions to Apple's list are community banks and credit unions with relatively small numbers of customers. But for those who do bank with these institutions, Apple Pay support will be a welcome addition as merchant support for the contactless payments service continues to grow.

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Top Rated Comments

sziehr Avatar
114 months ago
Fantastic now if we could just get all those NFC terminals that are in the wild turned on that would be great.
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sziehr Avatar
114 months ago
All my cards are covered. I just got back from kroger they still don't take it. I mean i just went in for some bread why did i have to carry my wallet and stuff with me when i always have my iPhone with me. I know ugh right but still how hard is it to accept NFC when the terminal already has the hardware.
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)
iBlazed Avatar
114 months ago
Now if only places like Rite-Aid, Walmart, Wawa, and a bunch of other stores would just abandon their little "CurrentC" fantasies and enable their NFC readers that would be most good.
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Denmac1 Avatar
114 months ago
Maybe by October, more retailers will come on board. They will be switching to terminals that accept chip cards as that's the date there is a liability shift for cards that are swiped. This could also signal an end for MCX. Discover comes aboard in the fall and Home Depot is to revive NFC when they do the terminal change over.
Score: 2 Votes (Like | Disagree)
thmshale Avatar
114 months ago
Still not my bank or credit card :(
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2457282 Avatar
114 months ago
I guess my comment is a rehash of all the others. In the US we need more vendors accepting Apple pay. Adding banks is nice, but useless until I can actually use Apple Pay to purchase. Whole foods one taxi and a few spots here and there is all I have been able to get. I actually bought a phone cover where I can store my credit card due to the lack of apple pay acceptance. Really need to get retailers to pick up their game here.
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