MacRumors has officially reported that all 184 of the company’s stores are now accepting Apple Pay in them. Ralphs stores are based out of Southern California and the company is owned by Kroger.
By accepting Apple Pay in the stores, it not only provides customers with the convenience and simplicity for payment, but additionally, the security and encryption that Apple’s mobile-based payment method provides.
Using Apple Pay in the stores can be done from either an iPhone or Apple Watch.
This also means Apple Card users will be able to get 2% in Daily Cash on each purchase made from an iPhone or Apple Watch.
What makes this quite special is due to the fact that Kroger-owned stores have been known to be holdouts on accepting and supporting Apple Pay. The only other Kroger-owned grocery store that has been known to accept Apple Pay was QFC in the northwestern part of the U.S.
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