Samsung Pay on Transit Systems

Samsung Pay works on transit systems such as:

  • Chicago Transit Authority also known as CTA in Chicago
  • Bordering suburbs of Forest Park, Evanston, Skokie, Oak Park, Summit, Cicero, Berwyn, North Riverside, Rosemont and Wilmette in Illinois.
  • PACE buses in Cook County, Lake County, Will County, Kane County, McHenry County, and DuPage County in Illinois.
  • New York (MTA) in New York.
  • Portland (TRIMET) in the Portland Metropolitan Area in Oregon.

How to use Samsung Pay on transit systems?

  • Add a preferred payment method on Samsung Pay. PayPal is also available.
  • Open Samsung Pay on the Samsung mobile device such as phones and smartwatches, and select the desired payment method.
  • Another option is to set a default payment card or PayPal on Samsung Pay as the preferred payment method. There is no need to open the Samsung Pay app or unlock your phone to make a payment. Simply, tap and pay as usual.
  • Tap the phone or mobile device to pay for fares on the NFC logo or symbol, at the turnstile, ticket validator or bus reader.

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Samsung Pay and contactless payments are on the rise everywhere, in places such as:

Samsung Pay is a great tool for contactless payment on transit systems during the Covid-19 pandemic also known as Coronavirus currently going on in the United States.

Last edited on Sunday, January 16, 2022 at 2:37 AM. Chicago, Illinois. Time zone (UTC-06:00) Central Time (US & Canada). This article is available in Español (Latinoamérica).

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