There appears to be no stopping Apple Pay from infiltrating every last nook and cranny of the financial, card-related sector in the United States.
In fact, just in time for the Holidays, Apple has updated its list of over 850 card issuers in the states to include a whopping 66 additional banks, credit unions, and warehouse clubs — including, most notably, BJ’s Wholesale Club.
Even despite the generous number of additions to Apple Pay’s ever-evolving support system, however, the company’s progress in expanding its base has been somewhat unremarkable. In other countries, for example — such as Canada, The UK, and Australia — Apple Pay is still not supported by a vast majority of retailers and financial institutions.
I guess we’ll just have to give that to time, however, in the interim, a comprehensive, alphabetical list of the newest stateside additions is provided below.
American Community Bank of Indiana
American United Federal Credit Union
Anheuser-Busch Employees’ Credit Union
Aspire Federal Credit Union
Bank of Colorado
Bank of Montgomery
BJ’s Wholesale Club
Catholic Federal Credit Union
Cedar Rapids Bank and Trust
CFCU Community Credit Union
Community Bank of Mississippi
Community Bank, Coast
Community Bank, Ellisville
Community Bank, North MS
Credit One Bank
L. Evans Bank
Dane County Credit Union
Diamond Credit Union
East Wisconsin Savings Bank
Educational Community Credit Union
First Alliance Credit Union
First Bank & Trust Company
First Federal Savings Bank of Twin Falls
First National Bank & Trust Company of Weatherford