There are more ways than ever to pay for a purchase. And, when it comes to customers “tapping-to-pay”, your store employees have seen it all.
Although contactless technology may be ubiquitous, paying with tap is still new to Canadians. That’s why you still see people putting their own spin on tap-to-pay. Sure, there’s a “regular” way to pay with your debit or credit card, but that doesn’t mean you can’t inject a little personality into the process.
Our merchants shared some of the most creative ways they’ve seen you pay with tap.
What’s your tap technique?
The Quickdraw: Tap and bolt, partner. Because who wants to fumble around with a fistful of dollars when you’re this fast on the draw?
The Flirt: Tech-savvy and interested. Go ahead – let your tap technique change your dating game
The Hover: We offer the Hover technique as proof that tapping is a universal language. A perfectly out-there tap style… just don’t hold up the line
The Gametime will have you back on the ice in a hurry. Clearly designed with Canadians in mind
No matter your style, tap-to-pay all works the same, in the end.