Opinion: Websites in 2020 that need Apple Pay support

Appleosophy|Opinion: Websites in 2020 that need Apple Pay support
Appleosophy|Opinion: Websites in 2020 that need Apple Pay support
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The coronavirus pandemic has made it so that other retailers have started accepting Apple Pay across the board. However, there are still some out there that need to get it.

Here are the following websites that still need Apple Pay support in 2020:

  • Target: This one can still be considered quite a shock since both its stores and app accept it. However, Target’s mobile and desktop websites still do not accept Apple Pay.

 

  • Barnes and Noble: Again, despite its stores accepting Apple Pay, Barnes and Noble’s apps and website do not accept it. This is also becoming an issue when it comes to its competition too since ThriftBooks, an online book thrift shop, does accept Apple Pay and typically has prices that are much cheaper than what consumers would pay at Barnes and Noble for books and DVDs.

 

  • Walmart: It goes without saying that Walmart should be accepting Apple Pay across the board. At this point, we’d be happy if the company just started accepting it in its app like Target did when Apple Pay was initially released in 2014.

 

  • American Eagle: Right now, only its stores accept Apple Pay and that is just not going to cut it in 2020.

 

  • Amazon: I think I can speak for everyone when I say that if Amazon got Apple Pay in its app and/or website, the sales for that company would be ridiculously high that quarter.

 

  • Lowe’s: The company is considered to be one of the most popular retailers in the country and does not accept Apple Pay on its website or stores.

 

  • Hy-Vee: While they may be accepting it in its stores, Hy-Vee does not accept Apple Pay on its website or Aisles Online Shopping app. It’s been months since the company’s social media team said they were looking into bringing it to the new app, but as of April 2020, it is still not there. The good news is that services like DoorDash and Instacart that can get customers’ groceries from Hy-Vee do accept Apple Pay.

 

  • Kohl’s: It would appear as though Kohl’s has ridden itself of Apple Pay support on its website recently. They still accept it in its app and stores, though.

 

  • JCPenney: We recently reported that the company removed Apple Pay from its website again. It would be nice if the company just accepted it and then kept it there. That does not seem like it’s going to be the case.

Did we miss any? Let us know in the comments which stores you think should be accepting Apple Pay on its websites.

Appleosophy|Opinion: Websites in 2020 that need Apple Pay support
Author: David Becker

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