About limits when using Apple Pay in stores

In some countries and regions, if your transaction exceeds a certain amount when paying in stores with Apple Pay, you might need to enter your PIN. In some cases, you might need to sign a receipt or use a different payment method.

Merchants and card issuers set limits for some transactions. Here are the transaction limits for contactless payments in stores, including Apple Pay:

Asia Pacific

  


Australia
You might need to enter your PIN for purchases over 100 AUD.

 


China
You might need to enter your PIN for purchases.

 


Hong Kong
You might not be able to use Apple Pay for purchases over 500 HKD.

 


Japan
At some stores, you might not be able to use Apple Pay or you might need to enter your PIN. At other stores, you might not be able to use Apple Pay for purchases over 20,000 Yen.

 

 


New Zealand
You might need to enter your PIN for purchases over 80 NZD.

 


Singapore
You might need to sign a receipt or enter your PIN. At some stores, you might not be able to use Apple Pay for purchases over 100 SGD.

 


Taiwan
You might need to provide a signature for purchases over 1000 NTD.

Europe

   


France
You might not be able to use Apple Pay for purchases over 20 EUR.

 


Ireland
You might not be able to use Apple Pay for purchases over 30 EUR.

 


Italy
You might need to sign a receipt or enter your PIN for purchases over 25 EUR.

 


Russia
You might need to sign a receipt or enter your PIN for purchases over 1000 RUB.
 


Spain
You might need to enter a PIN for purchases over 20 EUR.

 


Switzerland
You might need to sign a receipt or enter your PIN for purchases over 40 CHF.

 


United Kingdom
You might not be able to use Apple Pay for purchases over 30 GBP.
 

North America

   


Canada
You might not be able to use Apple Pay for purchases over 100 CAD.


United States
You might need to provide a signature for purchases over 50 USD.

     
 

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