Apple Pay accounted for 1% of Whole Foods Transactions

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  2. thelookingglass macrumors 68000

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    That's pretty insane actually. I'm still batting .500 here with Apple Pay. Not super confidence inspiring.
     
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    You should be that lucky to get anything at Whole Foods for $4 :D
     
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    I'm not surprised.. I started using Apple pay at whole foods as soon as I got my phone
     
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    I am actually not surprised. People who shop at whole foods are very likely to have higher incomes. Higher income means disposable income. Disposable income means you can afford a new fancy toy every year.

    I am by no means judging anyone here. Just saying I am not surprised. I suspect it will take a while for a place like McDonald's to reach just 1%
     
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    More like $6,000,000 ($40 average basket size X 150,000 Apple Pay transactions).
     

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