Digital wallets in Checkout

    Learn how digital wallets work in Checkout.

    Checkout makes it easy to offer your customers the option to pay with digital wallets. No configuration or integration changes are required to enable digital wallets in Checkout.

    Payments made using digital wallets in Checkout are handled the same as other card payments⁠—⁠⁠there are no additional fees when you collect your customer’s information this way, and the pricing is the same as other card transactions.

    Display requirements

    Apple Pay

    The Apple Pay button will be displayed in a given Checkout Session if all of the following apply:

    • Apple Pay is turned on for Checkout in your Stripe Dashboard
    • The customer’s device is running macOS 10.14.1+ or iOS 12.1+
    • The customer is using the Safari browser
    • The customer has a valid card registered with Apple Pay

    This ensures that Checkout only displays the Apple Pay button to customers who are able to use it.

    Google Pay

    The Google Pay button will be displayed in a given Checkout Session if all of the following apply:

    • Google Pay is turned on for Checkout in your Stripe Dashboard
    • The customer is using Google Chrome or Safari
    • The customer has a valid card registered with Google Pay

    This ensures that Checkout only displays the Google Pay button to customers who are able to use it.

    Privacy

    Our privacy policy explains how and for what purposes we collect, use, retain, disclose, and safeguard any personal data you provide to us. When you use Checkout, certain information may also be collected by digital wallet providers under their own terms of use and privacy policies. The descriptions and links that follow are provided for your convenience.

    Apple Pay

    The first time a Checkout Session is created
    Apple may collect your merchant name as part of the Apple Pay provisioning process.

    When a customer makes a payment with Apple Pay
    Apple may collect the customer’s Device Account Number, in addition to transaction information including the approximate purchase amount, approximate date and time, and whether the transaction completed successfully.

    See the Apple Pay security and privacy overview for a list of Apple’s data collection practices.

    Google Pay

    When a customer makes a payment with Google Pay
    Google may collect the date, time and amount of the transaction, as well as the description of any line items or plans sold. They may also collect the name and email address of your customer, and the type of card they used.

    See the Google Payments Privacy Notice for a list of Google’s data collection practices.

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