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Discussion in 'Apple Music, Apple Pay, iCloud, Apple Services' started by Pagemakers, Jul 14, 2015.
Is it possible to use a registered UK Apple Pay card in the USA?
Yes...same vice versa.
There is a few members that have used there American Apple pay over here too
What about in other countries that have contactless but not Apple Pay. Say, Italy?
I've used Apple Pay in Canada(US Apple Pay)
I used American ApplePay in Ireland
I guess a UK user in the USA wouldn't be limited to £20?
The terminals wouldn't block it but if this is a bank rule, I think you'd still be limited. Also, I didn't have any problems using Apple Pay at contactless terminals in Paris & Amsterdam. Didn't try it Brussels. I assume as long as the terminal is able to take contactless payments, it will accept ApplePay regardless of country.
Nationwide confirmed to me that the £20 limit is not applicable if you use your card abroad
I think it's the terminal the drives the limit rather than anything else.
If your using your card abroad make sure you have one that doesn't charge extra fees!!
My UK card has worked perfectly in the UK. I'm in the USA on holiday and Nationwide and Amex have failed every single time.
Keep in mind some banks require you to advise them when you'll be abroad so they allow your card to be used. I have to log into my HSBC online banking and choose the exact dates I'll be abroad otherwise they block my card.
I went on a cruise last year and had to put the exact dates I'd be in every country we would be docking at before we left the UK. I can only assume the same would apply for Apple Pay transactions.
Just discovered it was because CVS have turn off contact less support...
what nationwide card do you have? I used my select credit card in Hong Kong earlier in the week with apple pay.
See the post above.
Right at the beginning of the roll-out in the US, some US users were able to pay with ApplePay in Europe. I think the primary requirements are that (1) your credit card is issued in a country that supports ApplePay, (2) your credit card issuer supports ApplePay, (3) the retailer supports NFC payments. The retailer still can probably either white- or blacklist which NFC-payment provider it accepts or doesn't accept but that is not really a technical issue but up to the discretion of the retailer.