To use Apple Pay, search below to find a cardless ATM. The map below can point you in the right direction to make your search fruitful. Finding an Apple Pay ATM may lead you to Wells Fargo, Chase, or Bank of America ATMs, which commonly accept Apple Pay at their ATMs.
You must ensure the ATM you want to use Apple Pay with has an NFC (Near Field Communication). Since the ATM is cardless, the ATM must recognize the NFC stemming from your phone and thus Apple Pay.
Apple Pay ATM Locations
About Apple Pay ATMs
Apple Pay ATMs have the NFC option as designated by the NFC icon. You must move your device with Apple Pay close to the ATM. Apple Pay does not have ATMs set solely for them, and thus, various banks may support Apple Pay at ATMs.
Using Apple Pay at ATMs
There are many advantages to using Apple Pay at an ATM. You take your phone everywhere, so using it instead of a debit card at an ATM makes sense. Apple Pay must be set up on your iPhone to use it. Make sure you have the most up-to-date ios version to eliminate any problems. Getting Apple Pay set up on your phone is the first step in successfully using it at an ATM.
Many ATMs are set up to accept Apple Pay. The most popular and largest banks accepting Apple Pay at ATMS include:
- Wells Fargo
- Chase Bank
- Bank of America
- Huntington Bank
- PNC Bank
To use Apple Pay at an ATM, you must set up a debit card on your iPhone Wallet. Go to Settings and then Wallet and Apple Pay. Select “Add Card.” The information from your bank ATM card can be added by using your camera or entering the information manually. Now, Apple Pay is set up on your phone for purchases or an ATM! Then look for the symbol at the ATM indicating it can accept Apple Pay. There is also a way to make a specific card the default card on your ATM account. Drive up to the ATM of your choice, ready to use your iPhone to withdraw or deposit cash. All ATM functions are available to you after using Apple Pay to log in.