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Apple Pay Moves Into Dominos, Cinnabon And Canada

Since its inception, Apple Pay has been accepted at Whole Foods, which is a good thing for the iPhone owners of the world who want to eat healthful, organic and socially just food.

But realistically, that is almost no one all of the time. Bad days happen, even to people with iPhones, and no person in human history has ever been comforted by kale or a kale product. When the chips are down, no one wants kale chips; sometimes, the only thing to do is play Russian roulette with your pancreas, decide worrying about diabetes is for suckers and eat something covered in melted cheese or sugar.

And now, Apple Pay has your back for that one, too. The Associated Press has confirmed that Apple Pay will be tying in with Dominos at all of its store locations in the U.S. by the end of the year and with Cinnabon by the end of next year. They join KFC, which will be rolling with Apple Pay as of this spring, and Starbucks, which is currently piloting Apple Pay with a wider rollout planned for next year.

And, as if that weren’t enough excitement, Apple Pay is also taking the Great White North, AKA Canada.

For American Express customers anyway.

As of yesterday (Nov. 17), Apple’s new partnership with Amex — announced during Apple’s Q4 earnings call — is rolling out in Canada, meaning Amex cardholders in the country will now be able to enter their cards into Apple’s year-old mobile wallet and pay at any and all locations that accept Apple Pay.

The international rollout via Amex will also see Apple Pay go online in Spain, Hong Kong and Singapore in 2016.


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