Apple Pay

Hit the shops. Pay in no time with Apple Pay.

Use Apple Pay with your PostFinance Card combined with Debit Mastercard® and credit card. You can make secure, contactless payments with your iPhone for everything from shopping to train tickets. Set this up quickly now and make even faster payments.

Add your PostFinance Cards to Apple Pay

There are two ways to add your PostFinance Cards to Apple Pay.

With the PostFinance App

Log in to the PostFinance App, and at the bottom right of the screen, select “•••” (More). Select the PostFinance Card you want to activate under “My cards”. Confirm by clicking the “Add to Apple Wallet” button.

With the Wallet app

  • On an iPhone, open the Wallet app, tap the “+” sign in the top right and follow the instructions.
  • On an Apple Watch, open the Apple Watch app on your iPhone, tap “Wallet & Apple Pay” and then “Add Card”.

Pay quickly and safely with Apple Pay

Apple Pay makes it easier and safer to pay in shops, apps and online. You can make purchases quickly with the Apple devices you use every day.

Where you can pay using Apple Pay

Use Apple Pay wherever you see one of these symbols

  • In order to set up Apple Pay, you need:

    • iPhone from iOS 16 , Apple Watch , iPad  or Mac 
    • Apple Wallet app
    • PostFinance Card combined with Debit Mastercard
    • PostFinance credit card or prepaid card
  • Set up Apple Pay

    • iPhone: Open the Wallet app, tap the “+” sign in the top right and then follow the instructions.
    • Apple Watch: Open the Apple Watch app on your iPhone, tap “Wallet & Apple Pay” and then “Add Card”.
    • iPad: Open “Wallet & Apple Pay” in the settings and select “Add Card”
    • MacBook Pro with Touch ID: Select “Wallet & Apple Pay” in System Preferences, then click on “Add Card”.

    Pay using Apple Pay

    • Pay using Face ID: Double-click the side button on your iPhone, glance at your screen, then hold it near the reader.
    • Pay using Touch ID: Hold your iPhone near the reader with your finger on the Touch ID sensor.

    When you make a purchase, Apple Pay uses a device-specific number along with a unique transaction code. Your full card number is never stored on your device or on Apple servers and cannot be shared with retailers. To ensure all your purchases are confidential, Apple Pay does not store any transaction data that can be traced back to you.