Can I use Apple Pay across all domains with a single verification?

To enable Apple Pay throughout your entire web presence, it is essential to understand Apple's requirement for domain verification. This mandatory process applies to each specific domain where you plan to use Apple Pay, including both main domains and subdomains.

Apple's policy is designed to uphold the highest standards of security and to protect against potential threats such as spoofing and hacking. Therefore, Apple insists on the separate verification of each domain and subdomain. This means that verifying a main domain does not automatically extend Apple Pay functionality to its subdomains, and vice versa.

To learn about the essential steps for verifying a domain, please refer to our article on Apple Pay.

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