Apple Pay

A safer, contactless way to pay

Apple Pay is ready to use with your TSB account. A contactless way to pay.

Now more than ever, Apple Pay is a better way to pay with your TSB account. It’s contactless, safe and easy. If you’ve never made a contactless payment with Apple Pay, it’s simple to set up before you leave home. That's right, no cards and no PINs required - just look for the Apple Pay symbol in participating stores or in apps.

It works with any iPhone 6 or later. Please see our setting up Apple Pay guide to see which other accounts, cards and devices are compatible.

How does it work?

Making payments in shops

Follow these 6 steps to start making in-store purchases with Apple Pay. 

  1. Look for stores displaying the Apple Pay or contactless symbol

  2. Check the transaction amount on the terminal or with the cashier - this won't show up on your device

  3. If you're happy, just hold your device close to the shop's contactless reader - Apple Pay will activate automatically

  4. Put your finger on the Home button to activate Touch ID on your iPhone or double-click the side button on your Apple Watch

  5. To pay with Face ID, just double-click the side button on your iPhone, glance at your screen, then hold it near the reader. If you’re wearing a mask, you may be prompted to enter your passcode. With Touch ID, hold your iPhone near the reader with your finger on Touch ID.

  6. And with a subtle vibration and a beep, your transaction's complete

Making payments in apps

Whenever you want to pay with Apple Pay within an app, select Apple Pay as your payment method and place your finger on Touch ID if your device has it. Done.

Where can I use it?

From fashion stores and supermarkets to restaurants and coffee shops, there are many places you can make purchases with Apple Pay. Check out the ever-growing list of participating retailers and apps on Apple's website.

General account Terms and Conditions

You can also see our data privacy policy.

TSB Home Apply Pay logo

 

FAQ icon

Need to visit us?
Visit our FAQs

If you need help with something specific, let us know what it relates to or search a topic.
 

Go to help page