Wanted to post a unique experience I had, not sure if it has been discussed yet. I have my Chase CC linked to my Apple Pay on my phone. This past weekend I noticed that there were some erroneous charges on my account, they were all purchased online, but in the DC area (where I live), so I suspect that someone copied my credit card number while at a restaurant or bar or something, and was using it to purchase things (Panera bread, a scenic Railroad adventure, etc). That's not the interesting part though, that's just some background. Today I was on the phone with Chase Security and Fraud, they cancelled my card and issued me a new card. They said that my new card would arrive in about 5 days. The waiting for a new card part is always annoying, luckily I have other cards to use, but no sooner did I hang up with them when I got an alert on my phone from Passbook saying my new card was available for use. Chase cancelled the card I had linked to Apple Pay, issued me a new card, and Passbook updated that info and it was available to use 5 min after I hung up the phone with Chase. That's the awesome part. If more places accepted Apple Pay, it would almost be of no inconvenience at all. Just a very cool feature that I was not expecting. I figured I would have to wait until my card arrived and then have to link it to Apple Pay the same way I did the old one. I even know the last 4 digits of my new card number because it's in Passbook. Awesome!