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Can I add my Wells Fargo credit card to Apple Pay?
Pay with your iPhone or Apple Watch at participating locations.
Use your Wells Fargo credit card when you add it to your Apple Pay app on your iPhone. Just tap your phone or Apple Watch at participating locations — but not all retailers are on board yet.
How to set up Wells Fargo credit card for Apple Pay
The steps may vary depending on your iOS device, but general directions are:
- Open the Wallet app or tap Wallet & Apple Pay.
- Select to add your credit card.
- If you already have the card on iTunes, use the card’s security code to add it to Apple Pay.
- To add a new card, select Add a different card and enter the card’s details or use your iSight camera to scan your card.
Note: Sometimes you may be asked for additional information to verify your credit card. Follow the steps provided to you by the app to verify your credit card account.
How does my Wells Fargo credit card work with Apple Pay?
Once you add your Wells Fargo credit card, Apple Pay stores it as a virtual card. This means you can make purchases with your iPhone without your physical card passing through a POS terminal.
At check out, look for the Apple Pay or Contactless Payments symbols. Unlock your iPhone or watch and bring it top close to the POS terminal.
Benefits of using your Wells Fargo credit card for Apple Pay
Adding your Wells Fargo credit card to Apple Pay will let you:
- Make purchases with your iOS device. Use your iPhone, iPad or Apple Watch to pay at check out at participating locations.
- Send money to contacts. Tap the Apple Pay icon in the messenger app when chatting with contacts and enter the amount you wish to send.
- Purchase iOS apps. Buy new apps at the App Store or make in-app purchases.
Compare Wells Fargo credit cards
All Wells Fargo cards are compatible with Apple Pay. Compare cards to find the right Wells Fargo card for you.
Adding your Wells Fargo credit card to Apple Pay will let you pay for your purchases with your iPhone or Apple Watch at participating locations. Also, Apple Pay can simplify sending money to friends and family directly from the messenger app.
Need a different card? Compare other credit cards to find a card that meets your financial needs.
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