Does Uber Eats Take Apple Pay? (All You Need to Know)

One of the biggest draws of food delivery services like Uber Eats is the convenience provided to customers.

Apple Pay is also preferred by many users due to its ability to do the same, so it makes sense if you’d be wondering whether the two work together. To find out whether Uber Eats accepts Apple Pay, read on!

Does Uber Eats Take Apple Pay In 2024?

Uber Eats takes Apple Pay, following an update in April 2019. To use Apple Pay on Uber Eats you need to add it to your payment methods either at checkout or prior to that. Apple Pay on Uber Eats is available on any Apple device that supports the payment option, including iPhones, iPods, and Macbooks in 2024.

Keep reading to learn all you need to know about using Apple Pay on Uber Eats, including how to add it to your payment options, alternatives, and more!

When Did Uber Eats Add Apple Pay?

Uber Eats added Apple Pay as a payment option in April 2019.

Apple Pay had been available in the Uber app since 2014 but it was added to Eats following an announcement on April 17, 2019.

How to Add Apple Pay to Uber Eats

To add Apple Pay to Uber Eats, follow these steps:

  1. Go to the Uber Eats website or app when signed in
  2. Browse through the restaurants on the platform and add food items to your cart as usual
  3. When you’re done with this and you’re ready to request delivery, go to check out
  4. Under the payment options, select Apple Pay and follow the prompts to set it up if you hadn’t already
  5. Complete the order and wait for delivery

Every time you use Apple Pay at checkout on Uber Eats you will need to verify your identity using Face ID or Touch ID.

If you haven’t set up either of these options, you’ll need to use your passcode for verification instead.

How Does Apple Pay Work on Uber Eats?

How Does Apple Pay Work on Uber Eats?

Apple Pay on Uber Eats works the same way it works with most other online services that accept it.

You’ll need an Apple device linked to a credit or debit card account from where the money you’re using will be obtained.

One of the features that make the process easier is the fact that, through Apple’s continuity, you don’t need to sign in to your Apple Pay account on the device you’re using for Uber Eats.

When placing an order on Uber Eats and you choose to check out with Apple Pay, you can authorize payment from a different device that’s signed into the account and uses the same Apple ID.

For example, if you’re ordering from a Macbook that isn’t signed into your Apple Pay account but is logged in with the same Apple ID as your iPhone that has Apple Pay, you can okay the transaction from the phone.

Why Isn’t My Apple Pay Working for Uber Eats?

If your Apple Pay isn’t working for Uber Eats, it might be because there’s an issue with the debit or credit card you’ve linked to it.

Ensure that the information is correct and that the account has funds in it, then try to complete the transaction again.

You could also make sure that you’re doing the verification right, e.g. by placing the correct finger on the sensor.

Sometimes the issue is with one of the services, so you could try contacting Apple or Uber customer support for help.

What Payment Methods Does Uber Eats Accept?

Aside from Apple Pay, Uber Eats also accepts the following payment methods:

  1. Credit cards
  2. Debit cards
  3. Paypal
  4. Venmo
  5. Gift cards
  6. Cash

To learn more, you can also read our posts on whether or not Uber Eats takes cash, Uber Eats order canceled, and is DoorDash cheaper than Uber Eats.


Uber Eats accepts Apple Pay and it has been a payment option since April 2019. Apple Pay on Uber Eats is only available on Apple devices such as Macbooks and iPhones.

For this reason, you don’t have to sign into Apple Pay on the device you’re using to order as long as you have a nearby device on the same Apple ID where you can authorize the transaction.

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Marques Thomas

Marques Thomas graduated with a MBA in 2011. Since then, Marques has worked in the retail and consumer service industry as a manager, advisor, and marketer. Marques is also the head writer and founder of

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