Pay with Apple Pay in Safari on Mac
You can easily and securely shop on your Mac in Safari using Apple Pay. Look for Apple Pay when you check out, then complete your purchase using your Mac with Touch ID, iPhone (iOS 10 or later) or Apple Watch (watchOS 3 or later). If you complete your purchase using iPhone or Apple Watch, you must be signed in with the same Apple ID as on your Mac.
Note: Apple Pay is not available in all areas.
Before using Apple Pay, set up your credit or debit card on the device you’ll use to complete your purchase.
In the Safari app on your Mac, at checkout click Apple Pay.
You can change the credit card, shipping address or contact information before completing your purchase.
If the merchant requests your email, you can select Hide My Email to create a random email address. One email address is created for each website and app, and messages are forwarded to your real email address.
Complete the purchase.
Mac or Apple keyboard with Touch ID: Place your finger on Touch ID to complete the purchase.
If you haven’t set up Touch ID, you can tap the Pay button in the Touch Bar and enter your password. If your Mac doesn’t have a Touch Bar, you can double-tap Touch ID and enter your password. Or if you’re using a Mac with Apple silicon, you can double-tap Touch ID and enter your password.
Only one user account on your Mac can use Touch ID on the Mac to complete purchases with Apple Pay. Other user accounts must use iPhone or Apple Watch.
iPhone: Double-click the side button, then authenticate with Face ID on iPhone or use Touch ID.
Apple Watch: Double-click the side button.
You can track your purchases from participating merchants with your iPhone:
With Apple Pay: App and web purchases are tracked automatically.
Without Apple Pay: Web purchases are tracked when you click Track with Apple Wallet at checkout.
See the Apple Support article Track orders and purchases in Apple Wallet.