Apple Pay now available at Auswide Bank


Apple Pay is easy to use with the devices you use everyday - your iPhone, Apple Watch, iPad, and Mac.


With Apple Pay, there's no delay, or looking for cards and wallets. There's no touch-and-go, when you tap and pay.


Paying with Apple Pay is secure and private, as your card details are not stored on your device, or handed over at the point of sale.

Pay faster, easier and more securely with Apple Pay.

Now you can add your Auswide Bank cards to Apple Pay for an easy way to tap and pay.

Add your card to Apple Pay.
Setup is easy.


Open the Wallet app and tap the "+" sign.

Apple Watch

Open the Watch app on your iPhone and tap "Wallet & Apple Pay.

Then tap "Add Credit or Debit Card".


On iPad, go to Settings, open "Wallet & Apple Pay" and tap "Add Credit or Debit Card".


On your Mac model with Touch ID, go to System Preferences and select "Wallet & Apple Pay".

Then select "Add Card".

How to add a card

Pay safer and faster with Apple Pay.

Paying in stores

Apple Pay is the safer, faster way to pay in stores with your iPhone and Apple Watch. Quickly check out using the devices you carry every day.*

To pay with Face ID, double-click the side button, glance at your screen, then hold iPhone near the reader. For Touch ID, hold your iPhone near the reader with your finger on Touch ID. On Apple Watch, double-click the side button and hold Apple Watch up to the reader.

How to pay in stores with Face ID

How to pay in stores with Touch ID

Paying in apps and on websites

Apple Pay is the easier, safer way to pay in stores, in selected apps and on participating websites with your iPhone, Apple Watch, iPad and Mac.* You can quickly check out using the devices you carry every day. Apple Pay is also the safer and faster way to pay on participating websites and in selected apps because you no longer have to create an account or fill out lengthy forms.

Where to use Apple Pay

Use Apple Pay wherever you see one of these symbols.

* For a list of compatible Apple Pay devices, see

Need some help?

Frequently Asked Questions

  • You can add any Auswide Bank cards, including:

    • Visa Debit Card (Full Access)
    • Visa Debit Card (Limited Access)
    • Low Rate Visa Credit Card
    • Low Rate Mastercard Credit Card
    • Platinum Rewards Mastercard Credit Card
  • For a list of devices Apple Pay is compatible with, please visit iPhone, iPad and Mac devices will need either Touch ID or Face ID in order to use Apple Pay.
  • If your compatible device is lost or stolen:


    If your iPhone has Find My iPhone turned on, you can suspend or permanently remove Apple Pay capability from the device.

    You can also remotely log into the Apple ID to remove all cards from Apple Pay.

    Apple Watch

    You can remotely log into the Apple ID and remove all cards from Apple Pay.

    If I’m still having trouble?

    If your iPhone doesn’t have Find My Phone or you’re still concerned, please call us on 1300 138 831 or call the lost or stolen card hotline on 1300 135 538.

  • When you make a purchase, Apple Pay uses a device-specific number and a unique transaction code. Your full card number is never stored on your device or on Apple servers, and it can’t be shared with merchants. Apple Pay doesn’t keep transaction information that can be tied back to you, ensuring all purchases are private.

  • The same daily transaction limits from your card apply when using Apple Pay.

    Purchases over $100 may not require you to enter a PIN at supported merchants, as your purchase has already been authenticated through Face ID or Touch ID.

  • No, unfortunately we currently only have Visa Debit and Credit Transactions enabled with Apple Pay. EFTPOS transactions, such as Savings or Cheque transactions, may become available at a later stage.

  • Yes, you can add a card to Apple Pay on multiple devices. Your card will need to be added to each device separately.

Apple, the Apple logo, and Apple Pay are trademarks of Apple Inc.

Apple Pay with Auswide Bank – Terms and Conditions

For Card Services administered cards, please see Card Services’ Apple Pay Terms and Conditions here.