Apple Pay is easy and works with the Apple devices you use every day. And with Apple Pay your card number is never stored on your device or Apple servers! It is a perfect solution for iPhone/Apple device users who wish to transfer funds conveniently and securely at the casino.
Get started by adding your credit, debit, or prepaid cards to your iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, or Mac Wallets. Your bank or card issuer will verify your information and decide if you can add your card to Apple Pay. If your bank or issuer needs more information to verify your card, they'll ask you for it. When you have the information, go back to System Preferences > Wallet & Apple Pay and tap your card.
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Apple Pay uses security features built-in to the hardware and software of your device to help protect your transactions. In addition, to use Apple Pay, you must have a passcode set on your device and, optionally, Face ID or Touch ID. You can use a simple passcode, or you can set a more complex passcode for even greater security.
When you add a credit, debit, prepaid, or transit card (where available) to Apple Pay, information that you enter on your device is encrypted and sent to Apple servers. If you use the camera to enter the card information, the information is never saved on your device or photo library. Apple doesn’t store or have access to the original card numbers of credit, debit, or prepaid cards that you add to Apple Pay.
If you want to use Apple Pay with more than one device, you need to add your card to each device. To get started, choose your device below. After you set up Apple Pay on iPhone or Apple Watch, you can use your cards on the web in Safari3 on some Mac models, while signed in to iCloud. On Apple Watch Series 3 and later, and iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus and later, you can add up to 12 cards on a device. On earlier models, you can add up to eight cards on a device.