Yes, all Discover cards are Apple Pay-compatible, except for the Discover it Business credit card.
Discover’s Apple Pay-enabled cards allow you to pay for your purchases with your iPhone or Apple Watch instead of your physical card. Purchases will still show up on your normal credit card statement, and you’ll earn all the same rewards.
You can see here which iPhone, Apple Watch, and Mac models are compatible with Apple Pay. You can also use iPads that meet the generation requirement, but only for online or in-app purchases, not in stores.
Here’s how to use your Discover Card with Apple Pay:
- Open your Wallet app.
- Tap "Add Another Card" or the + sign to the right of the Apple Pay logo and then scan your card.
- Add your card details, read the terms, confirmand you're set. You can also make Discover your default card to always earn rewards.
That’s all there is to it. You can also use Apple Pay to spend your Discover card’s cash back rewards. All you have to do is make a purchase with Apple Pay, hit “Tap for Details” on the confirmation message, and select the option to redeem your cash back as a statement credit for the purchase.
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