Apple Pay | Royal Bank of Scotland

Apple Pay

A new way to pay with your Royal Bank of Scotland debit or credit card

Can I use Apple Pay?

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What is Apple Pay?

Apple Pay is the new, easy and secure way to pay using your Royal Bank of Scotland debit or credit card.;

  • Make contactless payments in shops with your Apple device. Contactless limits apply, unless the retailer says otherwise
  • Earn the same rewards for using your Royal Bank of Scotland debit or credit card
  • Pay with a single touch within apps

Can I use Apple Pay?

To use Apple Pay in stores you need an iPhone 6/6S, 6/6S Plus, or Apple Watch. Apple Pay can also be used to pay within apps on iPhone 6/6S, 6/6S Plus, iPad Air 2, iPad Pro and iPad Mini 3 and 4.

Apple Pay is available for all personal customers as long as you have the correct device. All Royal Bank of Scotland MasterCard credit cards and Visa credit cards are eligible. Business debit cards and credit cards are not currently supported.

How to set up Apple Pay

Apple Pay RBS

Open Passbook on your device to add your first debit or credit card. 

Can't see Apple Pay in Passbook?

Set up Apple Pay on your device
How to use Apple Pay

Paying is easy and secure

You can use Apple Pay to pay in shops that accept contactless payments or within apps when you see the Buy with Apple Pay or Apple Pay button. Contactless limits apply.

How to pay using Apple Pay

Earn rewards

Continue to get the rewards, benefits and security that your Royal Bank of Scotland debit or credit card provides. If you have MyRewards, you will continue to earn the rewards on payments you make up to £30 using Apple Pay.

More about rewards

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Pay securely with Apple Pay

Apple Pay is a secure way to pay, every transaction on your iPhone or iPad requires you to authenticate with Touch ID or your passcode. Your Apple Watch is protected by the passcode that only you know, and your passcode is required every time you put on your Apple Watch.

 

Your card number and identity aren’t shared with the retailer, and your actual card numbers aren’t stored on your device or on Apple servers.

 

When you are paying in an app, the retailer will only receive information they need to fulfil your order. Any information retained by Apple Pay is anonymous, and the nature of your purchase cannot be identified. Apps that use Apple Pay must have a privacy policy that you can view which governs the use of your data.

 

We take security very seriously and, provided you take appropriate care, we'll offer you the same protection against fraud when you use Apple Pay, as we do for your Royal Bank of Scotland debit and credit cards.

We'll help you to protect yourself

We take security very seriously and, provided you take appropriate care, we'll offer you the same protection against fraud when you use Apple Pay, as we do for your debit and credit cards. Have a look at our tips to help you stay safe.

 

Read our security tips

If your device is lost or stolen

If your device is lost or stolen, you can go to iCloud.com/find or call our dedicated centre to suspend or permanently remove the ability to pay from that device with Apple Pay. No further transactions can take place using Apple Pay, but you will still be able to use your cards as usual in shops, online and at ATMs.

 

Contact us to remove your card

Apple Pay and Touch ID ™  are trademarks of Apple Inc

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