Change Wallet & Apple Pay settings on Mac
If your Mac or Magic Keyboard has Touch ID, use Wallet & Apple Pay settings to add credit cards, debit cards, pre-paid cards, store cards and Apple Card to Wallet, so you can use them to make payments on websites that support Apple Pay. Learn how to use Wallet & Apple Pay.
To change these settings, choose Apple menu > System Settings, then click Wallet & Apple Pay in the sidebar. (You may need to scroll down.)
You can add a card using your computer’s camera or by typing the card information. Click Add Card, then follow the onscreen instructions.
Note: If you’re not signed in with your Apple ID, you’re asked to sign in.
Choose the credit, debit, prepaid or store card that’s used by Apple Pay. You can choose a different card when you make a purchase. You can also use Apple Card as your default card. For information about getting started with Apple Card, see the Apple Card website.
Enter the shipping address to use with Apple Pay.
Enter the email address to use with Apple Pay.
Hide My Email
Send and receive messages related to purchases without having to share your real email address.
A random email address is created for each website and app, and messages are forwarded to your real email address.
Enter the phone number to use with Apple Pay.
Turn on this option to check that cards saved in Safari AutoFill work with Apple Pay and to use those cards in Wallet.
Add Orders to Wallet
See Apple Pay orders made on your Mac (from participating merchants) on your iPhone.
Apple Pay & Privacy
To remove a card, click it, then click Remove Card.
To see additional details for a card, such as the billing address, Device Account Number or recent transactions on this Mac (not available for all cards), click the card.
Note: A Device Account Number is unique to your Mac and the selected card. This number is generated by your bank or your bank’s authorised service provider when you add a card to Wallet & Apple Pay, and is used instead of your actual card number for greater security.