Apple Pay—payments made easy
Now you can pay with your N26 Mastercard using Apple Pay in stores, online, and in apps. It's easy to use, secure, and effortlessly mobile
Contactless made effortless
Your N26 card allows you to use contactless payments thanks to the NFC technology, but also mobile payments. Try it out and breeze past the checkout in stores.
Apple Pay makes it easy to pay directly with your N26 account, with each transaction occurring instantly in the app.
Secured with ID
Each transaction is verified using Touch ID or Face ID, keeping your transactions safe and preventing fraud.
Your card, your details
Apple Pay doesn’t ever give away your card details or store them on your device, keeping them secure wherever you use it.
How to use Apple Pay with N26
Adding your Mastercard to Apple Pay is easy. Open the Wallet app and tap the "+" sign, select your N26 card and we'll transport your details over automatically. Confirm and start using right away.
Where can I use Apple Pay?
Apple Pay in stores
Apple Pay works wherever you see the Apple Pay or contactless card symbol using your device's NFC technology.
Apple Pay in apps
Pay in apps and on the web with iPhone and iPad. At checkout, just select Apple Pay as the payment method and confirm with Touch ID or Face ID.
Apple Pay in Safari
It’s easy to pay on your Mac in Safari. Choose Apple Pay at checkout and complete the purchase with your iPhone, Apple Watch or TouchID on MacbookAir and MacbookPro.
How can I add my N26 card to Wallet?
To add your card to Apple Pay: Open the Apple Wallet app and tap the plus sign or open the N26 app. From there, follow the onscreen instructions.
No N26 Account yet? Open one in 8 minutes and start using Apple Pay
Open a new N26 bank account on your phone or computer in an easy, paperless signup process.
Notice: Apple Pay is only available in Germany, Austria, France, Italy, Spain, Finland, Ireland, Iceland, Greece, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Portugal, Slovakia, Estonia, Belgium, Poland, Norway, Netherlands, Slovenia, Sweden, Denmark, Switzerland and the UK.