After coming to over two dozen new banks last month, Apple Pay today has expanded to over 30 new banks and credit unions in the United States. The new banks join the increasingly large list of existing banks and credit unions that support Apple’s mobile payment service. Below are the new banks and credit unions that now work with Apple Pay:

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  • 121 Financial Credit Union
  • Acclaim Federal Credit Union
  • Boston Firefighters Credit Union
  • Catholic Vantage Credit Union
  • Clackamas County Bank
  • Costal Community Federal Credit Union
  • Commonwealth Community Bank
  • Cumberland Valley National Bank
  • Discovery Federal Credit Union
  • Easthampton Savings Bank
  • First Bank & Trust (IL & TX)
  • First Federal Lakewood
  • First National Bank of Carrollton
  • First National Bank of Fort Smith
  • First Security Bank & Trust
  • First State Bank of Wyoming
  • Home Bank
  • Members Credit Union
  • Nebraska State Bank
  • Origin Bank
  • Pegasus Bank
  • Sandia Area Federal Credit Union
  • Siouxland Federal Credit Union
  • State Farm Bank
  • Summit Bank
  • Synergy Federal Credit Union
  • Texas First State Bank
  • The Bank of Monroe
  • The Honesdale National Bank
  • Wayne County Bank
  • Willis Credit Union

A week ago, Apple Pay came to BMO, TD, and Scotiabank in Canada, rounding out Apple Pay support by all of Canada’s “big five banks.” Additionally, Apple VP Jennifer Bailey teased that Apple is working “rapidly” to bring Apple Pay to more countries across Europe and Asia, while Apple Pay fully launched in Singapore with support from five major banks last month.

As usual, you can view the full list of banks and credit unions that support Apple Pay on Apple’s website here. Apple Pay works with the iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, Apple Watch, iPad mini 4, iPad Air 2, and both iPad Pro models. The iPhone SE also features Apple Pay, which is a first for the 4-inch iPhone class.

To set up Apple Pay on an iPhone, open the Wallet app on iOS 9 and tap the plus (+) icon in the top right corner to begin, then follow the prompts. To add a debit card to the Apple Watch, go to the Apple Watch app on iPhone and look for the Wallet & Apple Pay section, then Add Credit or Debit Card section.


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