Everything you can buy with Apple Pay right now

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Apple Pay starts replacing your wallet on October 20th. Photo: Apple

Apple Pay is finally here, and while Eddie Cue says in-app purchases will make up most of the purchases during launch, there are tons of things that you can buy in the real world right now.

iPhone 6 and 6 Plus owners looking to toss their wallets in favor of Apple Pay can go into hundreds of stores today and purchase everything from clothes, toys, gas, or even furniture. Not all stores are supporting Apple’s mobile payments platform, so knowing which retailers accept Apple Pay will be half  the battle toward replacing your wallet. Luckily, we’ve compiled this list of everything you can buy today with Apple Pay.

Here’s what you can buy starting day:

Lunch

Photo: Mary Anne Enriquez
Photo: Mary Anne Enriquez

Dining at McDonald’s, Panera Bread and Subway is even speedier with Apple Pay.

Clothes

You can shop till you drop with Apple Pay at Bloomingdales. Photo: Scott Stamile
You can shop till you drop with Apple Pay at Bloomingdales. Photo: Scott Stamile

Aéropostale, American Eagle Outfitters, Bloomingdales, Macy’s, Nike, SIX:02, Anthropologie, Fancy, Free People and Urban Outfitters are expected to support Apple Pay this year.

Diapers

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Babies’R’Us is Apple Pay ready today. You can also pick up supplies for your toddler at Walgreens

Gas

Gas up with Apple Pay. Photo:
Gas up with Apple Pay. Photo:

Chevron and Texaco gas stations will have Apple Pay near the pump.

Toys

Photo: Ricky Brigante
Photo: Ricky Brigante

You can get your kids’ Christmas toys from the Disney Store and Toys’R’Us using Apple Pay.

Pet supplies

Photo: LuAnn Shnawder
Photo: LuAnn Shnawder

Now you don’t have to fumble with your wallet and your dog leash while buying stuff at Petco and Unleashed by Petco.

Drugs

Walgreens will let you pay for your prescription with Apple Pay. Photo: Curtis Perry
Walgreens will let you pay for your prescription with Apple Pay. Photo: Curtis Perry

Walgreens & Duane Reade stores are accepting Apple Pay starting October 20th.

Groceries

Photo: Dean Hochman
Photo: Dean Hochman

BJ’s Wholesale Club, Instacart, Wegmans and Whole Foods Market are all ready to let you buy your groceries without your wallet.

Sports Gear

Sport Authority is Apple Pay ready. Photo: Thomas Hawk
Sport Authority is Apple Pay ready. Photo: Thomas Hawk

Champs Sports, Footaction, Foot Locker, House of Hoops by Foot Locker, Kids Foot Locker, Lady Foot Locker, UN by Foot Locker, Sports Authority are among Apple’s first retail partners that sell athletic apparel.

Office Supplies

Photo: Mike Mozart
Photo: Mike Mozart

RadioShack, Office Depot, & Staples are ready to let you check out with Apple Pay.

Car rides

You can now pay for your Lyft and Uber rides with Apple Pay. Photo: Σπύρος Βάθης
You can now pay for your Lyft and Uber rides with Apple Pay. Photo: Σπύρος Βάθης
Photo: Spiros Vathis

Lyft and Uber’s iOS apps support Apple Pay at launch.

A Place to sleep

Reserve a hotel room with Apple Pay. Photo: Canadian Pacific
Reserve a hotel room with Apple Pay. Photo: Canadian Pacific

Airbnb and HotelTonight will let you reserve a room using Apple Pay in their apps.

Cosmetics

Sephora is an Apple Pay launch partner. Photo: Norman Z
Sephora is an Apple Pay launch partner. Photo: Norman Z

Sephora stores are Apple Pay ready, and you can buy goods from Spring’s Apple Pay-equipped app.

Furniture

Grab some new furniture with Apple Pay. Photo: Rob Deutscher
Grab some new furniture with Apple Pay. Photo: Rob Deutscher

Chairish & Houzz don’t have physical shops, but you can still use Apple Pay to score some hip furniture from their apps.

 

Apple Pay supported debit and credit cards: American Express, MasterCard and Visa.
Banks that support Apple pay: Bank of America, Capital One Bank, Chase, Citi, Wells Fargo + 500 banks who have signed on since September and will be Apple Pay ready over the coming weeks.