Fitbit Pay

Shop right from your watch or tracker, no phone or wallet necessary.

Fitbit Pay

Shop right from your watch or tracker, no phone or wallet necessary.

THE FITBIT PAY EXPERIENCE

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Fast

Make purchases on the go with just a tap wherever you see the contactless payment symbol.

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Simple

You don’t need to have your wallet or smartphone with you when using Fitbit Pay.

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Safe

Fitbit never stores or shares your actual card number with merchants.

Setting up and Using Fitbit Pay

Setting up Fitbit Pay

Step 1

Getting started

With your device nearby, open the Fitbit mobile app and go to the Today tab, then tap your profile picture. Tap your device image followed by the Wallet tile.

Setting up Fitbit Pay

Step 2

Setting up your card

Select “Fitbit Wallet” and verify your identity before choosing to “add a card” and typing in your card information. If this is the first time you’re using Fitbit Pay, you may be prompted to set up a four-digit code for your device.

Paying with Fitbit Pay

Step 3

Using Fitbit Pay

Select the wallet icon on your device, choose your card and hold your wrist near the payment terminal whenever you see the contactless symbol.

Frequently Asked Questions

Fitbit Pay lets you make purchases right from your wrist with no phone or wallet needed! It’s accepted everywhere you can make contactless payments and protects your card information with industry-standard tokenization.

Fitbit Pay is currently available for most Capital One credit and debit cards. It’s not currently available on all partner cards or debit cards, though it may be in the future.

To get started, add your Capital One card to the Wallet section of your Fitbit app. 

To pay with your supported Fitbit device (for all customers except those in Australia):

  1. Tap the wallet icon on your device and select your card.
  2. If prompted, enter your 4-digit device PIN.
  3. Once your card appears on screen, hold your wrist near the payment reader to complete your purchase.

You can use Fitbit Pay to make purchases at any store that accepts contactless payments and even to pay for public transport on participating transit systems. To check if a store accepts Fitbit Pay, just look for the contactless symbol below on the payment reader.

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