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Use your HSBC Mastercard® with Garmin Pay™

The quick and secure way to pay when you’re on the move

Set up your card in a few easy steps

Step 1

From the Devices page in the Garmin Connect Mobile app, select your eligible Garmin smartwatch.

Step 2

From the smartwatch page select Garmin Pay > Create Your Wallet.

Step 3

Follow the on-screen instructions which include the creating a passcode and adding a card for payment.

Shop securely and privately

Garmin Pay protects you by using watch-specific card numbers and transaction codes every time you make a purchase. Your card number is not stored on your device, on Garmin’s servers or passed to merchants when you pay.

Shop quickly when you’re on the go – right from your Garmin watch

No cash? No problem. With Garmin Pay™ contactless payment solution, you can leave your wallet or even your smartphone at home, and make purchases using only your smartwatch. Available almost anywhere you can tap your card, your Garmin Pay wallet is quick to access from the watch menu with just a few quick taps.

The Garmin Pay feature allows you to use your watch to pay for purchases at stores that support contactless payments using your HSBC credit or debit cards.

HSBC Mobile Payment Terms and Conditions can be accessed here.

Garmin Pay is a trademark of Garmin Ltd. or its subsidiaries. Available for supported cards from participating banks; contact your bank for more information. Only available at NFC-enabled terminals. View current supported country, payment network and issuing bank information at Garmin.com/GarminPay.

HSBC Credit and Debit Cards are issued by HSBC Bank USA, N.A. The HSBC Credit Cards are subject to credit approval and may require a U.S. HSBC checking account relationship. To learn more, speak with an HSBC branch representative or call 800.975.4722.

Mastercard is a registered trademark, and the circles design is a trademark of Mastercard International Incorporated.

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