You can check out quickly with the devices you use every day in stores, in apps or online.
Just use Touch ID® on your iPhone®, iPad® or MacBook Pro®, or double-click the button on your Apple Watch®.
Add your Capital One cards to the Apple WalletTM on your Apple device.
Check out quickly and more securely right from your Apple device.
Use the Capital One Mobile app to manage your accounts on the go.
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Apple Pay is currently available for most Capital One credit and debit cards. It is not available for partner cards.
You must have an iPhone® 6 or later or an Apple Watch® that is paired with an iPhone® 5 or later to use in store. To use Apple Pay for in-app payments, you must have an Apple Watch®, iPhone SE, iPhone® 6 or later, or iPad Pro®, iPad Air® 2, iPad miniTM 3 or later. You can also use Apple Pay on the web on supported iPhones, iPads or Macs with Touch ID.
Apple Pay is accepted in grocery stores, boutiques, restaurants, hotels and so many places you already enjoy. You can also use Apple Pay in all kinds of apps—and on participating websites using Safari® on your Mac, iPhone and iPad. Find out more here.
Yes, when you use Apple Pay, you still have all the great Capital One benefits you normally do, including $0 Fraud Liability Coverage. If you normally earn rewards like miles or cash back on purchases with your Capital One card, you will continue to earn those rewards with Apple Pay purchases.
Apple Pay is free to use. Be aware that charges from your mobile carrier may apply depending on your data plan.
Visit the Apple Pay support page.
Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPad, Mac and Apple Watch are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries. Apple Pay and Touch ID are trademarks of Apple Inc.
Apple Pay is not currently available for our partner cards.
Capital One does not provide, endorse, nor guarantee any third-party product, service, information or recommendation listed above. The third parties listed are not affiliated with Capital One and are solely responsible for their products and services. All trademarks are the property of their respective owners.