Apple Pay has gained support from another 55 banks and credit unions in the United States. Cards issued by these financial institutions should now be compatible with Apple's contactless payment system. The total number of banks and credit unions supporting Apple Pay now stands at 967.

Did your bank make the cut? Check the list below to find out:

  • 1st MidAmerica Credit Union
  • Achieve Financial Credit Union
  • Advantage Federal Credit Union
  • Alloy Federal Credit Union
  • Altoona First Savings Bank
  • Altura Credit Union
  • Amalgmated Bank of Chicago
  • Associated Credit Union of Texas
  • Bank of Ann Arbor
  • Beehive Federal Credit Union
  • Brand Banking Company
  • Business Bank of St. Louis
  • Capitol Credit Union
  • Charlotte State Bank & Trust
  • Citizens Bank (AL)
  • Citizens Savings Bank
  • Community Credit Union
  • Credit Union of Texas
  • Earthmover Credit Union
  • Employment Security Credit Union
  • Family Trust Federal Credit Union
  • First Community Bank of Beemer
  • First Interstate Bank
  • First Service Federal Credit Union
  • First State Community Bank
  • Fort Community Credit Union
  • Georgia Bank and Trust
  • HomeStar and Financial Services
  • Houston Highway Credit Union
  • IDB-IIC Federal Credit Union
  • Jefferson Financial Credit Union
  • Katahdin Federal Credit Union
  • Lion's Share Federal Credit Union
  • Mainstreet Community Bank of Florida
  • Marine Bank & Trust
  • Marine Federal Credit Union
  • Monona State Bank
  • Navy Army Community Credit Union
  • Northway Bank
  • Oakworth Capital Bank
  • Plaza Park State Bank
  • Reliant Community Credit Union
  • Security Bank and Trust Company
  • Silver State Schools Credit Union
  • Spencer County Bank
  • Summit Community Bank
  • Sundance State Bank
  • Sunrise Banks N.A.
  • The Commerce Bank of Washington
  • Tioga State Bank
  • Torrance Community Credit Union
  • Total Community Credit Union
  • Triangle Credit Union
  • United Community Bank
  • USNY Bank

Apple Pay allows those with either an iPhone 6 or newer to pay for purchases with their phone. In addition to the banks in the U.S., the system is now available through 15 banks in the UK, and recently expanded to both Australia and Canada thanks to a partnership between Apple and American Express.

Source: Apple