Make purchases in store, online, and in-app, using your credit or debit card details. Simply store your cards on a compatible Apple device, and make payments from just one place.
Apple Pay lets you store your credit and debit cards, then make purchases using an Apple device – whether that's your iPhone, iPad or Apple Watch. It stores your cards in the device’s Wallet, which makes it an easy, quick and secure alternative to carrying your cards around.
Most of our Co-operative Bank debit and credit cards are eligible, except for business credit/debit cards. As for devices, you can use Apple Pay with any compatible Apple device. These currently include:
- iPhone SE, iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 7, iPhone 7 plus and later
- iPad Pro, iPad Air 2, iPad mini 3, and later
- Apple Watch, Apple Watch Series 2 and later, if paired with a compatible iPhone
It's a secure way to make payments, as you're able to protect yourself using your Apple device's unique security features, like Touch ID, your unique 6-digit passcode, or the Wrist Detect function if you're using your Apple Watch.
Firstly, check that you have Apple iOS 8.3 or later installed on your device.
Then, to add a card, you'll need to:
If you're in a store that accepts Apple Pay, swipe your Apple device across a contactless card reader - just like you would with a contactless credit or debit card.
If you're buying something online, your Apple Wallet will already have your card's details available when you make a purchase. It saves you typing your card details out online, or scanning your card in each time you visit.
The main difference is the way your card details are stored. You'll have the same security process as any physical credit or debit card would, even though your Apple Wallet won't directly store any of your personal card details. There'll also be the addition of Apple safety measures, like biometric recognition and a unique 6-digit passcode.
What's more, you'll still be able to use Everyday Rewards too, provided you're registered to that scheme and are eligible for that month.
Apple Pay is a 'digital wallet' so you can do essentially anything you could with a standard credit or debit card. Just like using a standard card, bear in mind that there may be processing fees and overseas charges from The Co-operative Bank if you use your card abroad.
If your card is lost or stolen please call us immediately on +44(0)345 600 6000 (call charges) and we can prevent any further use of your card. If the physical card has been reported lost or stolen this will prevent any use of the card with Apple Pay. When you call we can arrange for a replacement card to be sent out to you and this will automatically update in the wallet the next working day.
Lost devices should be reported to Apple. If your device is lost or stolen you should go to your iCloud account or Find my iPhone app and from here you can put the device in lost mode which will prevent any use of the card from the device.
The bank does not set a transaction limit for Apple Pay but check with the merchant before purchasing as they may set a limit.
If you’re calling from the UK, calls to 0800 and 0808 numbers are free from landlines and mobiles; calls to 03 numbers cost the same as calls to numbers starting with 01 and 02; calls to 0845 and 0870 numbers cost 3p per minute, plus your phone company’s access charge; calls to 0844 and 0843 numbers cost 7p per minute, plus your phone company’s access charge. Charges for calls made outside of the UK will be determined by your local provider.
Calls may be monitored or recorded for security and training purposes.
Go to our help and support for information about Apple Pay.
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