When we launched Google Pay, our goal was to make it easier to use your Google Account to pay in stores and online using the payment methods saved to your Google Account. In the past few months, we’ve made this possible by bringing fast, simple checkout to more devices, browsers, and services.
Today, we’re now rolling out updates that will let you do even more with Google Pay. Here’s a look at the newest features:
Earn loyalty points with Woolies
When you’re out on your grocery run you can make your purchase count without having to carry your loyalty card. For the first time, you can earn Woolworths Rewards points via Google Pay. Just add your loyalty card along with your payment card to Google Pay and use your phone at the pinpad to earn more points: tap once to log your Everyday Rewards card, and then again to pay. Your Rewards Point balance is refreshed periodically in the Google Pay app, so you can see if you're eligible to redeem the Woolworths reward and get $10 off your next basket.
Save concert tickets and boarding passes
Never miss another show because you forgot to bring your tickets. Just save them and you’ll always have them on hand. Once your tickets are saved, you’ll find them with your loyalty cards, gift cards, and offers on the Android app’s new Passes tab. When it’s time for your event or flight, use your phone as your ticket—no printing required. You’ll be able to store event tickets and boarding passes from even more places soon, including Ticketek and Virgin Australia.
Manage your info in one convenient place
Now that you can use Google Pay on desktop in stores or on transit, on your phone or with your Assistant, we’ve also made it easier to manage your payment info in the app or on the web at pay.google.com. Everything is synced with your Google Account, so if you update your payment info on the web, it’ll be reflected on your phone. Plus, if you download the app, you’ll be able to quickly set up eligible cards saved to your Google Account to pay with your phone in stores.
Easily manage your payment info on the web or in the app