MasterCard “Contactless” PayPass Technology Now at Rite Aid Stores
MasterCard announced yesterday that most Rite Aid drug stores are now accepting its PayPass “Tap & Go” contactless credit & debit cards for payment. The technology, which allows consumers to pass their cards quickly in front of a special reader instead of swiping it through a machine, is designed to speed up the sales process.
Rite Aid has installed the readers at the front counter of 3,800 of its more than 5,000 stores across the country.
The PayPass-enabled MasterCards also allow consumers to pay without signing a credit slip for transactions under $25.
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