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Does Chick Fil-A take Apple Pay?

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Chick-fil-A is a popular fast-food chain known for its delicious chicken sandwiches and excellent customer service. You may be wondering whether you can use Apple Pay for your Chick Fil-A order.

In this article, we’ll explore this question and will also answer a few FAQs in the end.

Does Chick Fil-A take Apple pay?

Yes, you can use Apple Pay at Chick Fil-A to order tasty chicken meals.

You can use your iPhone, iPad, or Apple Watch to make purchases in the Chick Fil-A outlet.

What other payment methods can you use at Chick Fil-A?

In addition to Apple Pay, Chick Fil-A accepts a variety of other payment methods at its locations.

Here are some payment methods that you can try at Chick Fil-A:

  • Credit or Debit cards.
  • Chick Fil-A One is the mobile app of Chick Fil-A where customers can pay for their orders and earn rewards and receive promotional offers.
  • Chick Fil-A gift cards.
  • Google Pay
  • Cash

Also read: Does Starbucks take Apple Pay?

How to use Apple Pay in Chick Fil-A outlets?

Using Apple Pay in Chick Fil-A outlets is easy and usually takes only a few moments:

  • First, make sure that your iPhone or Apple Watch is updated to the latest version of iOs or watchOS.
  • Add your credit card or debit card to the Wallet app on your iPhone or Apple Watch.
  • Open the Chick Fil-A app on your iPhone or Apple Wach and then add items to your card.
  • When you’re ready to pay, select Pay with Apple Pay at checkout.
  • Hold your iPhone or Apple Watch near the contactless reader at the checkout register.
  • Use the Touch ID, Face ID, or your password to authenticate the payment.
  • Wait for the payment to be processed and the confirmation to appear on your screen.

That’s it! With Apple Pay, you can quickly and securely pay for your delicious Chick Fil-A order without having to pull out your wallet.

Also read: Does Apple Pay work without internet?

Kumar Hemant

Kumar Hemant

Deputy Editor at Candid.Technology. Hemant writes at the intersection of tech and culture and has a keen interest in science, social issues and international relations. You can contact him here: