Apple Pay

Apple Pay™ – Changing the Way You Pay

Use your DuPage Credit Union Visa® Credit and/or Debit Card with Apple Pay on your iPhone 6, Apple Watch, iPhone 6 Plus, iPad Air 2 and iPad Mini 3 at over 220,000 stores and counting. Simply use your TouchID™ thumbprint or passcode to authorize a purchase. There is no need to share your card number.

Apple Pay, A More Secure Way to Pay

Instead of using your actual credit and/or debit card number, Apple Pay creates a unique Device Account Number, encrypting and securely storing it in the Secure Element, a dedicated chip in your device. When you make a purchase, the device account number and a transaction-specific dynamic security code are used to process the payment. Your credit and/or debit card number is never shared with merchants or transmitted with payment.

Where to Shop

Look for these icons at participating merchants.
Apple Pay Payment Mark and Contactless Reader

Download the Pay Finders™ Mobile App
Pay Finders is an app that allows you to search for merchants that accept Apple Pay.

How to Set Up & Use Apple Pay

Ask the experts! Check out Apple’s website for step-by-step instructions on how to set up, manage or remove cards with Apple Pay on your Apple device.

Set Up Apple Pay

DuPage Credit Union & Apple Pay Logos


Frequently Asked Questions

  • How Does Apple Pay Work?
    The 16-digit account number on your credit or debit card is replaced with a unique digital account number, or token, that is securely stored on the Apple device and used to make purchases. Your credit or debit card number is not stored on your Apple device, or on Apple servers.
  • What Devices Can I Use With Apple Pay?
    • In-store purchases are supported on iPhone® 6, iPhone 6 Plus and Apple Watch™.
    • ln-app purchases are supported on iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPad Air® 2 and iPad Mini™ 3.
  • Can More Than One Credit/Debit Card be Stored in Apple Pay?
    Yes, multiple cards are allowed with Apple Pay.
  • How Are Credit & Debit Cards Loaded Into Apple Pay?

    You can decide which card(s) are loaded for use with Apple Pay in two ways:

    • Choosing to load the card on file through iTunes®
    • Adding a card by taking a picture of it or manually entering the card details

    Visit Apple’s website for step-by-step instructions on setting up cards with Apple Pay.

  • How Will Apple Pay Keep My Information Secure?
    When adding a credit or debit card to Apple Pay, instead of using your actual card number, a unique digital account number, or token, is assigned, encrypted and securely stored in your Apple Pay-compatible device. This number is never stored on Apple servers. When you make a purchase, the digital account number, along with a transaction-specific dynamic security code, is used to process your payment. Your actual credit or debit card number is never shared by Apple with merchants or transmitted with payment.

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