Walt Disney World will begin accepting Apple Pay and other NFC based payment services like Google Wallet at its shops, service dining establishments, bars and ticket sales booths on December 24th (Christmas Eve). Support for table service dining establishments will come at a later date.
Using RFID technology it deployed for its MyMagic+ program, Disney was able to get it all done in time for Christmas.
Apple Pay has a fight on it’s hands recently. Read more about how it went down with retailers here.
The inclusion of Apple Pay payments will enable Walt Disney World guests utilizing iPhone 6, iPhone 6+ and the soon-to-be launched Apple Watch to pay swiftly and with the greatest level of security. Leveraging the RFID infrastructure deployed as part of MyMagic+, Walt Disney World will certainly likewise accept other contactless payments, such as Google Wallet and contactless RFID credit cards. If you see the above EMVCo sign at shops in Disney World that means it has support for Apple Pay. Disney will accept Apple Pay at all of it’s its Disneyland Resort in early 2015. Payments at retailers through Apple Pay is supported on the iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus and the upcoming Apple Watch. In only two months since it launched, Apple Pay has completely dominated over other mobile payment services in the marketplace. Greater than a million users activated it within 72 hrs of the service going live in October. Are you using Apple Pay or Google Wallet?
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