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Target accepts many different payment methods, including Apple Pay. If you've been trying to figure out how to use Apple Pay to buy things at Target, here's what you need to do. This article explains how to pay with Apple Pay at Target stores and whether you can pay with Apple Pay online or via the Target app.
It's important to be aware that different Target locations accept different payment options, just like they do for other stores. That applies even if you select the option to pay in person at the store rather than using the Target website or app.
Target accepts a wide variety of payment options both in-store and online, including Apple Pay. You can pay with your iPhone or Apple Watch at any Target location by using an RFID-enabled point-of-sale. That means you can pay with your iPhone or Apple Watch at any Target store.
How to Pay with Apple Pay in Target?
Paying with Apple Pay at Target is as easy as tapping your phone or Apple Watch on the credit card reader and scanning it.
Using the Target app or website to pay for your purchase is a breeze. Target will tell you when you're shopping on an Apple device, and if it knows that, it will show you the option to pay with Apple Pay when you're at the store. This button will prompt you to prove that you're real by using your phone's Touch ID, Face ID, or password. You'll be charged what you've paid for the items by tapping the Apple Pay button in your app or by scanning them with an RFID-enabled scanner.
And if you have an Apple Card, it will work. Your Apple Pay card is like a MasterCard, and so it works practically everywhere (including Target).
You can also use Apple Pay when you self-check out at Target stores. Some stores even offer self-checkout counters that enables you to scan your items and pay for them yourself, with no help from a cashier. Self-checkouts are useful in many stores because the wait time at the cashier is often shorter than usual, allowing you to save time.
If you plan to use Apple Pay at a Target store self-checkout counter, you will need to scan your items in order to pay for them. When it comes time to pay, you will see a list of various payment options. You will see several payment methods, including Apple Pay. To make a payment, simply choose Wallet from the menu.
Once you have done that, look for a screen with a card reader near the self-checkout screen. There should be a RFID symbol along with the word Tap.
Select the Pay by iPhone or Apple Watch option on the screen. Then, simply take out your iPhone or Apple Watch and tap the Pay by Phone button on the screen. Wait until you hear a beep or hear a friendly thank you message from Target. Follow any prompts that appear on your phone. Then it's as easy as that.
Target accepts Apple Pay in-store and online. If you have an iPhone or Apple Watch, you can pay with Apple Pay at any Target store. You can also use your Apple Pay card at Target stores to make purchases in person. And, of course, you can use your iPhone or Apple Watch to pay for your purchases by using the target app or the website. Have you ever used Apple Pay at Target? Let us know how it went in the comments below!