Rite Aid to Accept Apple Pay, Google Wallet, Android Pay
Aug 11, 2015, 10:20 AM by Eric M. Zeman
Rite Aid today said it will begin accepting Apple Pay and Google Wallet in its 4,600 U.S. stores. Rite Aid will also accept Android Pay when it launches later this year. Rite Aid had originally voiced support for the Merchant Customer Exchange-developed CurrentC mobile payments service, but CurrentC has yet to launch. Rite Aid did not say if it still plans to support CurrentC if/when it goes live, nor did it say if it will support Samsung's forthcoming Samsung Pay service, expected later this year. Rite Aid customers who have Apple Pay and/or Google Wallet activated on their handsets will be able to make tap-and-go mobile payments beginning August 15. In other Apple Pay news, Apple recently said American Express Corporate cardholders can use their cards with Apple Pay. Further, Apple Pay is now available to Bellco cardholders in Colorado.
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they always coming back.
since those losers removed nfc mobile payment like google wallet, apple pay, i havnt shop there ever since !
did you know Walgreen sell the same stuffs and they happily accept your mobile wallet ?