How to Find Stores That Accept Apple Pay in Maps on iPhone

Quickly find a business in your area where you can use Apple Pay for easy payment.

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Apple Pay can be a very convenient tool for easy, no-contact payment, but first you must find out which stores accept Apple Pay near you. Thankfully, you can easily tell who accepts Apple Pay using the Maps app. We'll show you how to find locations that accept Apple Pay in Maps on iPhone.

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  • Search gas stations along your route that take Apple Pay.
  • Pay for a food order with Apple Pay at participating restaurants, and either get delivery or skip the line to pick up your food.
  • Find restaurants, grocery stores, and other locations in your area where you can use Apple Pay for quicker, easier payment.

How to Find What Stores Accept Apple Pay Using the Maps App

The steps to look up what places take Apple Pay are simple, but you will have to check locations one by one to verify whether Apple Pay is listed as a payment type that is accepted for each business. For more handy iPhone tips and tricks, sign up for the Tip of the Day newsletter. Here's how to find stores that take Apple Pay in Maps on iPhone.

  1. Open the Maps app.


     
  2. Go to the area in which you’re looking for stores.


     
  3. Tap on a business that you want to check for Apple Pay.


     
  4. Swipe up on the info screen to view more of the location’s details.


     
  5. In the Good to Know section, look for the Apple Pay logo.

If the Apple Pay icon is displayed, then you’re good to go! This is often the fastest way to find out what stores take Apple Pay.
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Devala Rees

Devala Rees has been a writer since the age of eleven, and a loyal user of Apple products for even longer. His writing background is quite eclectic, from freelance professional articles to Hindu religious scholarship to fantasy novels. Much of his writing on various topics can be found on Quora.com.