7-Eleven Accepts Digital Payments
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7-Eleven Accepts Digital Payments

Posted on Wednesday, September 19th, 2018 at 7:00 am
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7-Eleven announced that is will accept payment from customers via Apple Pay and Google Pay. It already accepts Samsung Pay.

This means 7-Eleven customers in the United States can pay by using their smartphone. Apple Pay users will continue to receive all the rewards and benefits offered by credit and debit cards in 7-Eleven stores.

There are other ways to save time and money at 7-Eleven:

7Rewards: is 7-Eleven’s loyalty program app. It is free to download. Scan the 7-Eleven app in store with each purchase. Doing so earns you some points. Redeem your points for items at 7-Eleven.

You can earn bonus points faster when you buy select snacks, drinks, and other items in store. The app also gives customers who buy six qualifying cups (beverages) the seventh cup for free.

7-Eleven NOW: is 7-Eleven’s smartphone app that is currently being rolled out in the United States. It enables on-demand ordering of products from local 7-Eleven stores, and offers Apple pay as a payment option.

Amazon: The in-store package pickup service, Amazon Locker, is in approximately 1,100 7-Eleven stores. This means you can use Amazon Locker and have your purchase sent to the nearest 7-Eleven (that is participating in this offer). Amazon Cash may be used at more than 8,000 7-Eleven locations.

BillPay: An app powered by PayNearMe enables users to pay a variety of bills at participating 7-Eleven stores.

TransAct by 7-Eleven: is a reloadable, prepaid card that enables people to have their paycheck or government benefits loaded up to 2 days faster with direct deposit. It also lets people add another person to their Card Account and share funds with a secondary cardholder. With Mobile Check Load, you can load funds to your account using the camera on your iPhone or Android smartphone.

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