Apple has added dozens of new banks and credit unions to its list of institutions that support its Apple Pay mobile payment service. The new banks include several credit unions from around the United States as well as Charles Schwab Bank, RBC Bank, and other notable additions. The more than 30 banks added today are rolling out ahead of next month’s Apple Watch launch which will support making Apple Pay payments in stores. Below is the list of newly added banks as well as the full list of banks and credit unions where Apple Pay is currently supported:
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America’s Christian Credit Union America’s Credit Union Arizona Federal Credit Union BankPlus BMI Federal Credit Union Canton School Employees FCU Charles Schwab Bank Clearview Federal Credit Union First Community Bank & Trust First Community Credit Union First Credit Union First National Bank of Pennsylvania GTE Financial Gulf Winds FCU Hiway Federal Credit Union Independent Bank Jordan Credit Union KeyBank Lake Michigan Credit Union Langley Federal Credit Union Los Angeles Federal Credit Union Members First Credit Union Michigan State University Federal Credit Union NBT Bank ORLN Federal Credit Union Prosperity Bank RBC Bank Sacramento Credit Union Salem Five Bank San Francisco Fire Credit Union Sandy Spring Bank Schools Financial Credit Union Silicon Valley Bank TruMark Financial Credit Union United Nations FCU Vantage Credit Union VyStar Credit Union Wanigas Credit Union Wings Financial Credit Union
The newly added banks join the more than 100 other banks that previously rolled out Apple Pay support including:
-L&N Federal Credit Union -UW Credit Union -Commerce Bank -America First Credit Union -American Express -Bank of America -Barclaycard -Capital One -Citi -Commerce Bank -J.P. Morgan -M&T Bank -Merrill Lynch -Navy Federal Credit Union -PNC -Regions Bank -SunTrust -U.S. Bank -U.S. Trust -USAA -Wells Fargo -Fremont Bank -National Institutes of Health FCU -Security Service Federal Credit Union -Consumers Credit Union -Virginia Credit Union -Cyprus Federal Credit Union -Fairwinds Credit Union -Mountain America Credit Union -Partners Federal Credit Union -Customers Bank -A+ Federal Credit Union -Amegy Bank of Texas -America First Credit Union -Bethpage Federal Credit Union -California Bank & Trust -Connex Credit Union -Goldenwest FCU -Huntington Bank -KeyPoint Credit Union -Meijer Credit Union -National Bank of Arizona -Nevada State Bank -The Bank of Greene County -Vectra Bank -Zions First National Bank -Alliant Credit Union -Altra Federal Credit Union -Andrews Federal Credit Union -Associated Bank -BB&T (Branch Banking & Trust) -BBVA Compass -BECU (Boeing Employees’ Credit Union) -Ent Federal Credit Union -F&A Federal Credit Union -Fifth Third Bank -First Niagara Bank -First Tech Federal Credit Union -Golden 1 Credit Union -INOVA Federal Credit Union -Savings Bank of Danbury -Star One Credit Union -Uwharrie Bank -Affinity Federal Credit Union -Cabela’s CLUB -Central Bank -Credit Union of Southern California -Farmers & Merchants Bank of Long Beach -First National Bank of Omaha -First Sentry Bank -FirstBank -Grow Financial Federal Credit Union -Ideal Credit Union -Morgan Stanley -Redwood Credit Union -State Department Federal Credit Union -Teachers Credit Union -Technology Credit Union -The Northern Trust Company -TIB-The Independent BankersBank -United Federal Credit Union -Utah First Federal Credit Union -Affinity Plus Federal Credit Union -American Airlines Credit Union -Bank of Hawaii -Baxter Credit Union -CFE Federal Credit Union -Commonwealth Credit Union -Foothill Credit Union -Founders Federal Credit Union -IBM Southest Employees Federal Credit Union -Lister Hill Credit Union -PenFed Credit Union -North Shore Bank -Royal Credit Union -Schools First Federal Credit Union -Spokane Teachers Federal Credit Union -Telhio Credit Union -University First Federal Credit Union -West Community Credit Union
If your bank isn’t among the nearly 150 institutions supported, expect the growing list to expand even further across 2015. Earlier this month at Apple’s March event, CEO Tim Cook shared that Apple has signed up 2500 banks to support the mobile payment service.
Apple Pay is currently available for use in apps and in stores with the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. Apple Pay can also be used in apps with the iPad mini 3 and iPad Air 2. When the Apple Watch launches on April 24th, Apple Pay will be able for iPhone 5, iPhone 5c, and iPhone 5s through the watch for use in stores as well. You can find our running list of merchants and apps that accept Apple Pay here.