Apple Pay Coming to Walt Disney World Resort

Screen+Shot+2014-09-09+at+4.09.29+PMUpdate: We reported earlier that this system would be coming to Walt Disney World beginning in October, but according to the keynote it actually is December 2014.

Earlier today, the world came to standstill as everyone watched Apple unveil the latest and greatest new products for consumers to enjoy. In the announcement, Apple announced a new payment system called “Apple Pay” which allows users to pay using their phones using NFC (Near Field Communication) technology.

Coming to Disney Stores and Walt Disney World Resort beginning in October, guests will be able to use their iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus to pay for merchandise, food, and products. Apple Pay will change how you pay with breakthrough contactless payment technology and unique security features built right into the devices you have with you every day. So you can use your iPhone 6 to pay in an easy, secure, and private way.

Now paying in stores happens in one natural motion — there’s no need to open an app or even wake your display thanks to the innovative Near Field Communication antenna in iPhone 6.To pay, just hold your iPhone near the contactless reader with your finger on Touch ID. You don’t even have to look at the screen to know your payment information was successfully sent. A subtle vibration and beep lets you know.

You can learn more about Apple Pay by visiting apple.com. Stay tuned to WDWNT as we learn more about this and bring you the latest news on Apple Pay at the Walt Disney World Resort.

Editor’s Note: As a huge Apple fanboy that I am, I will be following this very closely and using it when it launches.

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MLD
MLD
7 years ago

I can see using this in Disney Stores, but why would you need to do this in WDW unless you lost your MagicBand/didn’t connect it with your credit card?

Kryptonlogic
7 years ago
Reply to  MLD

If you’re an Annual Passholder, like a majority of us here, you can’t add your credit card to your MagicBand unless you’re staying in a resort hotel.

MLD
MLD
7 years ago
Reply to  Kryptonlogic

Ok, I didn’t know that. Thanks for clearing that up

Mark
Mark
7 years ago

So will this work with Android phones that already have NFC or Google Wallet?

Bret
7 years ago
Reply to  Mark

Or even Softcard from AT&T?

Kryptonlogic
7 years ago
Reply to  Mark

In theory, it really should because NFC is a universal system that is used by Android devices as well.