Atlantic Union Bank debit and credit cards are digital-wallet friendly.
Fast, convenient checkout
Secure and private payments
Atlantic Union Bank offers a variety of digital payment options to help make purchasing a breeze.
Apple Pay is a simple, secure way to make your purchases in stores, in apps and online.
Google Pay is a fast, easy way to pay in millions of places, whether you're at a store or in an app.
Samsung Pay is simple, secure and works in more stores than any other mobile payment service.
When you make a purchase using a digital or mobile wallet:
- You don't give your physical card to anyone
- Your name, card number and security code stay private
- Your actual card numbers are not shared with merchants – only a transaction-specific code is used process your payment
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I pay?
Devices vary, but typically you just need to hold the phone up to the contactless pay device. Your phone will prompt you to unlock your phone, either with a password or your fingerprint.
Do I have to pay digitally?
No, it’s up to you to decide how to pay. It's simply a convenient option for quick, easy and secure payments. Use it at a number of merchants and for many in-app purchases.
Are digital payments free?
Yes! Atlantic Union Bank doesn’t charge you to use the technology; however, like all transactions, merchants may still charge a credit card processing fee, depending on the purchase.
How do I get started?
Begin with your device. Check to see if your device is compatible – and learn more about its functions – by clicking for more information on Apple Pay
, Google Pay
, and Samsung Pay
What Atlantic Union Bank cards can I add?
You can add your personal and business credit cards and debit cards, as well as your Health Saving Account debit card.
Apple, the Apple logo, and Apple Pay are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries.
payment service is a registered trademark of Google LLC All rights reserved.
Samsung Pay is a registered trademark of Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd.