With Apple Pay over a year old now in the United States, we’re still seeing Apple add new partner banks and credit unions across the country to support its mobile payment service. In the latest expansion, over 50 additional participating partners have been added to now work with Apple Pay on iPhone, iPad, and Apple Watch. Still waiting for your bank to make the jump? These are the latest to join:
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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 Cincinnati Police Federal Credit Union Citizens First Ban 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 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
In addition to these 54 new partners, Apple turned on support for over 70 more partners at the end of last month. Since then we’ve also seen Kohl’s become the first retailer to let customers use their store credit card with Apple Pay as Kohl’s Charge card was recently added.
Apple also announced that Apple Pay would expand outside of the US and UK by the end of this year into Canada and Australia for American Express cardholders while Spain, Singapore, and Hong Kong are planned for next year under the same partnership.
And if you’re looking for more places to use Apple Pay, it was recently announced that Starbucks will be bringing support to its stores starting this year (it’s already an option within the app but not in stores) as KFC and Chili’s have signed on for 2016.