A few weeks back, a tipster leaked an internal Chase document to us that stated Chase would begin support for Android Pay on September 7th. Guess what? It's now September 7th, and the Android Pay website has just been updated with Chase support. In addition, Chase has its own Android Pay page on its site now.
Both Google and Chase now acknowledge Chase's support for Android Pay. It takes a decent bit of scrolling, but once you near the bottom of the Android Pay site, you'll see that magnificent blue, octagonal logo of Chase's.
Finally, the comments will end. Let's take a look at some of our favorites from the past few months:
"CASE. ARE YOU KIDDING ME." - ProductFRED
"I seriously read these Android Pay posts just for the Chase comments lol." - Joshua Smith
"Ctrl+f chase: 0 results" - Andrew Nelson
Congratulations guys, you each win one Internet cookie.
If you are on Chase, the following cards will work with Android Pay:
- Chase Debit Card
- Chase Business Debit
- Chase Slate®
- Chase Freedom®
- Chase Freedom UNLIMITEDSM
- Chase Sapphire®
- Chase Sapphire Preferred®
- AARP® Credit Cards from Chase
- Amazon.com Rewards Visa Card
- British Airways Visa Signature® Card
- Chase Liquid®
- Disney Premier Visa® Card
- Disney Rewards® Visa® Card
- Disney Visa® Debit Card
- Fairmont Visa Signature® Card
- The Hyatt Credit Card
- J.P. Morgan Business Debit Card
- J.P. Morgan Debit Card
- J.P. Morgan Palladium Card
- Marriott Rewards Credit Card
- MK® Reward Visa® Card
- MK® Visa® Card
- The Ritz-Carlton Rewards® Credit Card
- Southwest Airlines® Rapid Rewards® Plus Card
- Southwest Airlines® Rapid Rewards® Premier Card
- United MileagePlus® Club Visa Card
- United MileagePlus® Explorer Visa Card
- United MileagePlus® Presidential Plus Visa® Card
- United MileagePlus® Visa Card
- Zappos.com Rewards Visa® Card
Keep in mind that even though support pages have been updated, you still can't add your Chase card to Android Pay at the time of this article's publishing. Cody and I both tried, and failed. We will update this article when it becomes possible.
It seems like cards can be registered now. Chase customers, add away!