You can set up Apple Pay from the Apple Wallet app. Before you set up your SquareOne card on Apple Pay, check that you have:

1. An eligible Apple device

2. With Touch ID or a passcode enabled

3. And that you're signed into your iCloud account

Adding card to Apple Pay from SquareOne

1. Just tap your card controls icon on the card in SquareOne.

2. Then tap 'Add to Apple Wallet' and follow the prompts.


On iPhone/iPad:

  1. On your iPhone, tap on the Apple Wallet app to open it. On your iPad, tap 'Settings' and then 'Wallet & Apple Pay'.

  2. Tap the plus sign in the upper right corner, and then tap on 'Debit or Credit card'.

  3. You'll can then tap 'Continue' for the Apple Pay & Privacy page.

  4. To add your SquareOne card to Apple Pay:

    • if your SquareOne card is already loaded in iTunes, you can see it here as it will appear as the card on file. You'll then be prompted to enter the CVV (the 3 digit security code on the back of your card) into the security code field.

    • if your SquareOne card isn't loaded into iTunes, you'll now need to enter your card details manually. Then enter the CVV into the security code field, and any other required information.

  5. Tap next, and read and agree to the 'SquareOne with Apple Pay Terms and Conditions'

  6. For security purposes we may send you a verification code via SMS.

  7. Enter the verification code and confirm. Your card will now be added to Apple Pay!


    Note: If you want to add your SquareOne card to your Apple watch, you need to pair your compatible Apple device to your watch. You can then open the 'Apple Watch' app on your device, tap 'Wallet & Apple Pay' and follow the steps detailed above.

Where can I find my card details?

The card details are safely stored for you in the app. Log in to the parent homescreen, and tap the card controls button and then 'Card details'. Alternatively you can add your card directly to Apple Pay on this screen but hitting the 'Add to Apple Pay' button.

Note: Do not add your card to someone else's device or allow someone else to have access to your iPhone using Touch ID or your passcode, as they can then use your card to pay.

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