We've already seen a ton of banks and card issuers come out with support for Apple Pay over the last year, and now it looks like you can add a store card into the mix. Support for store cards was added to Apple Pay with iOS 9, and clothing retailer Kohl's has become the first store to support it.
@biplane_messiah That's right. Starting this Tuesday, customers will be able to make purchases on Apple Pay using their Kohl's Charge Card.— Kohl's (@Kohls) October 24, 2015
So, if you have a Kohl's charge card, you can now add it to your the Wallet app on your iPhone and start using it with Apple Pay. When support for store cards was announced, Apple also said that JC Penny was also on board, but according to Apple's list of supported banks and issuers, JC Penny charge card support hasn't arrived just yet.