Apple Pay Gets 54 More Banks

Apple has today announced that Apple Pay works with 54 more banks in the United States. If you have a credit card with one of the new banks you’ll be able to make purchases through Apple Pay. Those new banks are:

  • Alternatives Federal Credit Union
  • Army Aviation Center Federal Credit Union
  • Artisans’ Bank
  • Bank of Eastman
  • Bank of Rantoul
  • Bridgeview Bank Group
  • Carson Bank
  • Calumet Bank
  • Catholic & Community Credit Union
  • Central State Bank
  • Charter Oak Federal Credit Union
  • Citizens First Bank
  • Cornerstone Bank
  • Cornerstone National Bank
  • Credit Union of America
  • Drummond Community Bank
  • Education Employees Credit Union
  • First Community Credit Union (MO)
  • First Federal Bank of the Midwest
  • First Piedmont Federal Savings and Loan Association
  • Genisys Credit Union
  • German American
  • Gorham Savings Bank
  • Greenwood Credit Union
  • Houston Texas Fire Fighters Federal Credit Union
  • Hudson River Community Credit Union
  • InTouch Credit Union
  • KV Federal Credit Union
  • Lexington Postal Credit Union
  • Macatawa Bank
  • Maine Family Federal Credit Union
  • Marion State Bank
  • Missouri Bank
  • Missouri Credit Union
  • Mocse Credit Union
  • Municipal Employees Credit Union of Oklahoma City
  • Mutual Bank
  • Newaygo County Service Employees Credit Union
  • Oak Trust Credit Union
  • Peoples Bank (WA)
  • Peoples Bank (AR)
  • Polish & Slavic Federal Credit Union
  • PyraMax Bank
  • Settlers Federal Credit Union
  • The Bank
  • The Provident Bank
  • Tri City National Bank
  • TwinStar Credit Union
  • UMassFive College Federal Credit Union
  • United Equity Credit Union
  • United Savings Credit Union
  • University of Kentucky Federal Credit Union
  • Upper Peninsula State Bank
  • Weokie Credit Union

To set up Apple Pay you first need to go to the Wallet app > Add new card. Then you can either scan your card or enter it manually and you’re all done. Now you can make purchases in-store or within apps.

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