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Getting started is easy
Open the Google Pay app.
Select "Add a card," take its photo and confirm details.
Verify it's you, then you're set. Don't forget to make sure Discover is your default card so you're always earning rewards.
Just like that, you're ready to go
Speed through checkout in stores, in apps and on the web with Google Pay.
Millions of merchants Opens in a new tab
accept Google Pay. Just look for these symbols at checkout.
Whether you're in app, in store or online, use your device or Google login to check out.
Say so long to swiping or typing in card numbers—you're good to go.
Earn rewards with every purchase
Just like with your physical card, you're always earning rewards when you check out with Discover in Google Pay. As always, your rewards never expire. 1Rewards Balance Statement
Frequently Asked Questions
You will need an NFC-enabled Android phone running Android 5.0 (Lollipop) or newer. To see the version of Android you're running, open your phone's "Setting" app, then tap "About Device."
If you see one of the following errors, your phone might not be supported:
- "Google Pay can't be used."
- "Google Pay is unable to verify your device."
- "You can no longer use Google Pay on this phone."
If you have a supported device and are experiencing issues, many of them can be fixed by resetting your phone to factory settings.
There is no cost to cardmembers who use their Discover card in Google Pay. However, your Discover card's terms and conditions will apply for purchases. Also, additional message and data charges may apply depending on your wireless plan.
Yes. So while Android Pay changed its name to Google Pay, all of the information you've added, along with your Android Pay settings, is the same on Google Pay. It will also work everywhere Android Pay had worked (wherever NFC payments are accepted for in stores) and your favorite apps and websites.
You may continue to use your plastic card as you usually would after you add your Discover card to Google Pay.
You receive notifications when purchases are made using Google Pay. To turn these notifications off, go to "Settings" and tap Wallet & Google Pay." From there, select your added Discover card and turn your "Card Notifications" off. Please note that by turning off your "Card Notifications," you will no longer see transaction notifications or your purchase history in Google Pay.