Crazy about cinnamon rolls? Passionate about pizza? Avid about Apple Pay?
In the near feature, you’ll be able to use Apple’s mobile payment service to pay for your orders at one of the biggest cinnamon roll chains and at one of the largest pizza chains in the U.S.
As confirmed by Apple to Associated Press, Apple Pay is set to be offered as a payment option at Cinnabon beginning next year and it’s scheduled to become available at Domino’s before the end of this year.
Note, though, that only the chains’ stores in the U.S. will initially be equipped with support for Apple Pay.
Last month, Apple announced that Apple would also be integrated into the point-of-sale terminals of Starbucks beginning with a pilot program in several locations this year and continuing with a broader rollout to the coffee company’s stores next year. In addition, the fried chicken chain KFC and the Tex-Mex dining chain Chili’s are expected to start supporting Apple Pay in early 2016.
It’s been a pretty significant week for Apple Pay. Just yesterday, the service was launched in Canada, albeit exclusively for American Express cardholders. It was also expanded with support for TSB and Tesco Bank cards in the U.K., where it was launched last July, nine months after its original launch in the U.S. Tomorrow, it’s scheduled to make its debut in Australia, also exclusively for users of American Express cards.