How do I use Google Pay to donate?

To use Google Pay™ as a payment option when you give on ActBlue, you must first have Google Pay set up on your personal device. Most folks will set up Google Pay by saving a payment method to their Google account – whether that be by using autofill on Chrome, saving payment information on an Android phone, using a credit card to pay for a YouTube premium account, or other Google-owned service. If you don’t remember creating a Google Pay account, or you’re interested in learning more about Google Pay, check out Google Pay’s help site

Unlike some other digital wallet options, Google Pay works on Macs, PCs, Chromebooks, Androids, iPhones, and a variety of other devices and internet browsers! If you’re looking to set up Google Pay and save your credit card with Google, go to pay.google.com

Once you have Google Pay set up on your device with a saved, valid payment method, whenever you go to a contribution form on that device, you should see Google Pay as a payment option! 

If you don’t see Google Pay as an option after setting it up, try resetting the form. 

After you click “GPay,” follow the instructions in the pop-up, and click “Continue,” you’ll be brought back to ActBlue to complete your contribution. Then your donation will be processed! 

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