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Apple encourages consumers to pay with Apple Pay this holiday season

Apple Pay is a service that people use in order to have the convenience of paying right from your iPhone, iPad, Mac or Apple Watch, as well as the fact that it is incredibly secure to use.


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The security and encryption of Apple Pay are great for this time of the year, as credit and debit card is usually rampant.

The good news is that there are many websites and apps that do accept Apple Pay. These businesses and stores are the following: Target, Staples, Best Buy, Apple Store, Instacart, UberEats, Walgreens, Etsy, Wish Shopping, Starbucks, McDonald’s, Little Caesar’s and many others.

Additionally, there are stores that accept Apple Pay and just do not accept it in their app or website. A great example of this is Barnes and Noble. Target added Apple Pay to its stores this year, whereas previously, they only accepted it on their app.

A great way to check and see which places and websites accept Apple Pay is by clicking here, which is a list made by Apple that will tell you which businesses do accept it.

Those who use Apple Card for purchases from their iPhone or Apple Watch can get 2-3 percent back that is put in the Apple Cash card. To get three percent back in Daily Cash, you must shop at Walgreens, Duane Reade and T-Mobile. There are apps where you can get that three percent back in Daily Cash too, which are Uber and UberEats.

At other places like Target, Barnes and Noble, Best Buy and Kohl’s and use Apple Card, you will only be able to get two percent back in Daily Cash.

Sadly, Amazon and Walmart do not accept Apple Pay yet. However, you can use the physical Apple Card to stay secure and at least get one percent back in Daily Cash.


Both Apple Pay and Apple Card are great ways to quickly shop in-person and online, and stay secure too. It’s going to be the best way to fight off any sort of hackers and scammers this holiday season.

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