JCB Contactless

JCB Contactless is a JCB-branded contactless payment system that allows customers to shop by simply holding their JCB card or JCB-card-enabled smartphone or other device over the store terminal.

Benefits

Simply tap your card or mobile device to pay!

Simply tap your card or mobile device to pay!

Simply hold it over the terminal at the checkout and you can shop with no signature (*1)! Your payment will be completed speedily.

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    For payments above a certain limit, you may be required to conduct a signature verification or to insert your card into a chip reader and conduct a contact EMV transaction using PIN or signature verification.

In Your Home Country and Abroad

In Your Home Country and Abroad

The system complies with international standards for near-range communication, so it can be used not only in Japan, but also in overseas stores, as well as on public transportation that supports JCB Contactless.

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    The number of merchants supporting JCB Contactless is expanding.

Secure Payment

Secure Payment

JCB Contactless is based on global chip standard 'EMV(R),' offering a high level of security.

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    EMV(R) is a registered trademark in the U.S. and other countries and an unregistered trademark elsewhere. The EMV trademark is owned by EMVCo.

How to Use

How to Use

Merchants supporting JCB Contactless

The number of merchants supporting JCB Contactless is expanding in various regions and countries throughout the world.
If the merchant does not support contactless payment, you can still use your JCB card with chip and PIN/signature as usual.

Examples of merchants supporting JCB Contactless

Australia
Australia Post (post office), Australia the Gift (gift shop), Cabcharge (taxi), Coles (grocery store), Jurlique (cosmetics), Lorna Jane (fashion), OK Gift Shop (gift shop), Pancakes On The Rocks (restaurant), Pandra (fashion), Woolworths (grocery store), ZARA (fashion)
Canada
Calgary International Airport Duty Free (duty-free store), Edmonton International Airport Duty Free (duty-free store), Toronto Pearson International Airport Duty Free (duty-free store), Vancouver International Airport Duty Free (duty-free store)
China
Shangri-La Hotel (hotel), Starbucks (coffee shop), UNIQLO (fashion)
Hong Kong
AEON Stores (grocery store), China Duty Free Group (duty-free store), Disneyland (theme park), McDonald's (fast food)
Japan
McDonald's (fast food), Lawson (convenience store), HUB (food and drink), 82 (food and drink), HUB+82 (food and drink), Osaka International Airport (stores, food and drink), Kansai International Airport (duty-free, stores, food and drink), Kobe Airport (stores, food and drink), Victoria Station (food and drink), Katsuan (food and drink), Cafe Milano (food and drink), Kyubeiya (food and drink), Sukiya (food and drink), Seto Udon (food and drink), Tamon-an (food and drink), Hanaya Yohei (food and drink), Hamazushi (food and drink), Big Boy (food and drink), Milky Way (food and drink), Moriva Coffee (food and drink), Washoku Yohei (food and drink), Keio department store (department store), Maruya Gardens (shopping center), JapanTaxi [Tablet-equipped vehicle with payment machine (taxi)], 7-ELEVEN (Convenience Store), Ito-Yokado (Superstore), York Mart (Supermarket), York Foods (Supermarket), York Price (Supermarket), COMFORT MARKET (Supermarket), York-Benimaru (Supermarket), Daiei (Supermarket), AEON, KOHYO (Supermarket), My Basket (Supermarket), MaxValu (Supermarket)
Korea
Angel-in-us Coffee (coffee shop), CU (retail store), GS25 (retail store), GS Lalavla (drug store), GS Supermarket (grocery store), Krispy Kreme Doughnuts (doughnut shop), LOTTERIA (fast food), 7-ELEVEN (Convenience Store)
New Zealand
Champions of the World (sports), Cotton On (fashion), Countdown (grocery store), Kathmandu (fashion), SMITH & CAUGHEY'S (department store), TaxiCharge (taxi), Unichem (drug store)
Philippines
DAISO (variety store), Forever 21 (fashion), Home Depot (hardware store), Kultura Filipino (fashion, homeware store), LANDERS (grocery store), Mercury Drug (drugstore), Robinsons (grocery store), Rustan's (department store, grocery store), SM Department Store (department store), SM Hypermarket (grocery store), Starbucks (coffee shop), UNIQLO (fashion), Watsons (drugstore), WILCON (hardware store)
Russia
COSTA COFFEE (coffee shop), H&M (fashion), IKEA (furniture store), Starbucks (coffee shop), THE BODY SHOP (cosmetics)
Taiwan
department stores, duty-free stores, cafés and many more.
U.S.A.
ABC STORES (retail store), Albertsons (grocery store), CVS Pharmacy (drug store), Longs Drugs (drug store), Marshalls (discount department store), Nike (fashion), Safeway (drug store), TJ Maxx (discount department store), Tory Burch (fashion), VONS (grocery store)

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    May not be available at some stores.

Frequently Asked Questions

How can I identify which cards support JCB Contactless?

You can identify them by the icon shown below.

Icons indicating that cards, smartphones, etc. are NFC compatible

What if a merchant terminal doesn't support contactless payment?

You can still pay with your JCB card, as usual.