Apple Pay today added more banks and credit unions that now support the payment service, including over 20 for the U.S. and two new banks in Russia. The full list of newly added banks is below.

Today’s wave of newly supported banks and credit unions follows the launch of Apple Pay in Taiwan and Ireland last month, those latest additions brings Apple to a total of 15 countries where the service is now available. It also follows the addition of 30+ banks and credit unions across the U.S., Australia and China late last month.

Next up for Apple Pay could be a launch in Germany and Italy as hints at preparations for a roll out in those countries surfaced earlier in the year. Wells Fargo also announced last week that it will roll out cardless Apple Pay ATM withdrawals starting later this year.

When it comes to adoption for the service, the latest data shows that around 22% of the Internet Retailer top 100 now support Apple Pay at all possible points of adoption, including point of sale, in app, and through Apple Pay on the web for website checkout on both mobile and desktop browsers.

The full list of newly added Apple Pay banks and credit unions today is below. As always, Apple tracks supported banks and card issuers for all countries on its website.


  • Bank of Grove
  • Boulder Dam Credit Union
  • Boundary Waters Bank
  • Community 1st Credit Union
  • Decorah Bank & Trust
  • First State Bank of the Florida Keys
  • FirstLight Federal Credit Union
  • Great Lakes First Federal Credit Union
  • Heritage Bank
  • Maquoketa State Bank
  • McFarland State Bank
  • OneWest Bank
  • Oxford University Bank
  • Peoples Bank (MS)
  • Pioneer Federal Credit Union
  • Rhinebeck Bank
  • River Valley Credit Union (MI)
  • River Valley Credit Union (OH)
  • Royal Bank
  • South Central Bank
  • The Infirmary Federal Credit Union
  • Unison Credit Union


  • AK BARS Bank
  • Gazprombank (Mastercard credit and debit cards)

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