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In addition to a going live in Canada and adding two more banks in the UK, Apple Pay has seen a giant expansion of new bank partners in the United States today as well. If you’re still waiting for your bank to work with Apple Pay so you can use the mobile payment service, check the list below to see the latest:

  • Acme Federal Credit Union
  • Alpine Bank
  • Alpine Credit Union
  • Altier Credit Union
  • American 1 Credit Union
  • American Trust and Savings Bank
  • Ashland Credit Union
  • Augusta Metro Federal Credit Union
  • Avidia Bank
  • Bank Independent
  • Bank of New Hampshire
  • Bay Area Credit Union
  • Broadway National Bank
  • Calumet Bank
  • Camden National Bank
  • CapCom Credit Union
  • Calumet Bank (removed)
  • Century Bank & Trust
  • Citizens Bank of Edmond
  • Citizens Bank of Washington County
  • Citywide Banks
  • CoastHills Credit Union
  • Commercial Banking Company
  • Community Bank NA
  • Decatur Earthmover Credit Union
  • EverBank
  • F&M Bank
  • Farmers State Bank
  • First Atlantic Federal Credit Union
  • First Citizens Ban
  • First Command Bank
  • First Commerce Credit Union
  • First Florida Integrity Bank
  • First National Bank & Trust Co.
  • First National Bank of Oklahoma
  • First Priority Bank
  • Florida Credit Union
  • Great Lakes Credit Union
  • H&R Block
  • Hawaii State Federal Credit Union
  • Heartland Bank & Trust Company
  • Homeland Credit Union
  • Idaho Independent Bank
  • International Finance Bank
  • Iroquois Federal
  • Johnson City Bank
  • Kane County Teachers Credit Union
  • Kekaha Federal Credit Union
  • Kinetic Credit Union
  • Klerberg Bank
  • Lake City Bank
  • LaTerre Federal Credit Union
  • Leyden Credit Union
  • Marblehead Bank
  • Marshall Community Credit Union
  • MECU
  • Members First Community Credit Union
  • Members First Credit Union of New Hampshire
  • Metro Employees Credit Union
  • MidSouth Bank NA
  • Montgomery Bank NA
  • MountainOne Bank
  • NB&T
  • Nebo Credit Union
  • Neighbors Federal Credit Unio
  • NewDominion Bank
  • Northeast Credit Union
  • Northwest Federal Credit Union
  • Oak Valley Community
  • OAS Staff Federal Credit Union
  • Oklahoma Central Credit Union
  • Oklahoma Employees Credit Union
  • OnPoint Community Credit Union
  • OUR Credit Union
  • PCM Credit Union
  • Peoples State Bank
  • Railroad & Industrial Federal Credit Union
  • RIA Federal Credit Union
  • River Works Credit Union
  • Rocky Mountain Credit Union
  • Sb1 Federal Credit Union
  • Seacoast Bank
  • SECNY Federal Credit Union
  • Sikorsky Credit Union
  • Southbridge Savings Bank
  • Southwest 66 Credit Union
  • State Bank of Southern Utah
  • SunWest Educational Credit Union
  • Texas Dow Employees Credit Union
  • Tinker Federal Credit Union
  • Tonawanda Valley Federal Credit Union
  • TransWest Credit Union
  • Winslow Community Federal Credit Union
  • Woodlands Bank
  • Zeal Credit Union

With Apple Pay continuing to roll out with even more issuing partners in the United States every few weeks since it debuted last fall, recent reports have said Apple is working on adding a person-to-person payment feature to Apple Pay sometime next year. The feature could work using Apple’s iMessage, according to another report.

Other Apple Pay features aside from payments have also started rolling out recently. Walgreens officially added support for its Balance Rewards card through Apple Pay, replacing QR code scanning with wireless authorizing with Touch ID and NFC. Before that, Kohl’s became the first retailer to allow its retail card to work in Apple Pay.

And although it already works within the app, Starbucks will soon start accepting Apple Pay at a number of its stores with a larger rollout happening next year. Still waiting for your bank to work with Apple Pay after today’s big expansion? I’ve personally got one card left to go … let us know in the comments. You can find the full list of participating issuers here.

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Zac Hall

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