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Feel safer at checkout with your contactless Discover® Card

See how it can help you avoid touching the card reader.

Quickly tap and pay with your contactless card

Simply hover your card near the reader for 2–3 seconds, get your confirmation and go.

Don't see the contactless symbol on your card? Link to request contactless card loginRequest a Contactless Card

Conveniently tap and pay with your digital wallet

Add your contactless card to Apple Pay, Samsung Pay, or Google Pay, so you can tap your device to the reader at checkout.

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Easily shop from home online

Skip filling in your card info and streamline online checkout with PayPal or at Amazon.com.

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Continue to swipe or insert the chip, too

If you'd like, you can still swipe your contactless card or insert the chip into the reader at checkout.

And don't forget you're earning rewards on every purchase with your Discover® card.

Questions about my contactless Discover® card

The contactless Discover® Card offers the latest payment technology to help you make fast, easy, and secure payments with your card at checkout. To make a payment, you simply tap your contactless Discover® Card at checkout. The card can also be inserted into the card reader or swiped, in the event the cashier or the card reader indicates you should do so.

Find the Contactless Indicator on the back of your card. The Contactless Indicator is an image comprised of four custom-designed semicircles, graduated from the smallest to the largest in size.

Then look for the Contactless Symbol on the card reader at checkout. The Contactless Symbol is comprised of three elements:

  • The Contactless Indictor at the center of the symbol
  • A hand holding a generic contactless card
  • An oval key-line that wraps around the indicator and hand

Hold your card on the card reader for 2-3 seconds to process the payment.

If you see the Contactless Indicator on the back of your card, then you already have a contactless card and can begin using it immediately. If you don’t see the Contactless Indicator, you can request a contactless Discover® Card at Deeplink to Designs pagehere. Contactless cards are not available for all card types.

Contactless Discover® Cards utilize security technology that is similar to what is on your chip card. And with our $0 Fraud Liability Guarantee, you’re never held responsible for unauthorized purchases on your Discover account.

For most purchases, you can simply tap and pay. Depending on the merchant a signature may be required for larger purchases, typically anything more than $100. You may also be asked if you’d like cash back or if you’re part of the merchant’s loyalty program.

No, your account information will not change. A new card will be issued with the same card number and a new card verification value (CVV).

No. Discover offers many ways to pay. You can insert your chip card into the card reader or pay with an eWallet. Your contactless Discover® Card comes complete with all the same payment options you’re used to.

You can tap your contactless card to pay at millions of stores nationwide. Simply look for the Contactless Symbol on the card reader or ask the cashier at checkout. If the tap is not successful, insert your chip card into the card reader and complete the transaction.

Yes. Contactless cards still come with a number, expiration date and card verification value (CVV) that can be used for online or over-the-phone purchases.

When merchants initiate purchases, it’s important to make sure only your contactless Discover® Card is close to the card reader.

Contactless technology may be available on other cards and devices, which can result in accidental payments if held to the card reader at the same time during checkout.

Yes. Many major city transit systems accept contactless Discover® Cards, such as Chicago Transit Authority, Metropolitan Transportation Authority (NY), and Portland TriMet.

If your transit transaction is declined, contact the merchant directly to resolve the declined transaction.

The Contactless Symbol and Contactless Indicator mark, consisting of four graduating arcs, are trademarks owned by and used with permission of EMVCo, LLC.