Zip Wallet, the $50 card that lets you pay for gas and groceries with a mobile phone app, is offering an interesting twist to the traditional cashless shopping experience.
The new card will work with any bank, no matter where you live.
It works with debit cards, credit cards and credit cards that accept debit, Visa and MasterCard.
The first one to reach a million users is Bank of America, which has a few stores in the U.S. and a nationwide network.
But Zip Wallet said it’s now expanding to other cities.
It said it will begin accepting American Express cards and Discover cards on July 1, and it said it is working with U.K. card company POSCO to get credit cards accepted in the new cards.
The card has no minimum spend requirement and is not tied to a specific bank.
It will cost $5 to use and you can pay with credit or debit cards.
Zip Wallet is using a similar concept to the one that’s already been tested at Target, where it says users can pay for grocery and gas with a phone app.
It’s also working on a payment card for grocery shopping.
The company said it also plans to offer a more cash-free way to pay for things like gas at grocery stores, but did not offer any details about what those might be.
We’ll get back to you on that.
The credit card company, however, did say it was open to exploring adding credit card processing fees to the new card.
“We are exploring the potential for adding additional processing fees associated with credit cards,” it said in a statement.
The fact that the new debit card will be tied to any particular bank means the company won’t be able to use that as a marketing tool.
The idea of a cashless card is a popular one, especially with consumers who are accustomed to carrying cash and feel like they can’t use a debit card.
But it’s not a completely new concept, as technology companies have been experimenting with similar ideas for years.
Apple, for instance, has developed a debit-only card that works with ATMs.
But the technology behind it hasn’t progressed to the point where it’s widely used.
Some of the biggest credit card companies, including Discover and American Express, are also still pushing the cashless experience with their own cards, like Chase’s Chase Sapphire Preferred and American Eagle.
But there are also other companies like PayPal, which is trying to integrate PayPal’s mobile payment technology with its debit card service.
The cashless grocery shopping experience is another new trend in retail.
Walmart’s cashless store in downtown Minneapolis, which opened in May, was one of the first in the nation to get the go-ahead from the city.
Walmart said the store has already added more than 200,000 square feet to its current parking lot and now has over 2,000 spaces available.
The store is one of two cashless retail stores in Walmart’s Minneapolis headquarters, and is one that will offer a “real world” experience, said Mark Hildebrand, vice president of Walmart Paypoint, the company’s pay-per-use payment service.
Paypoint users can shop at any Walmart store, but the new Paypoint card will only work with those stores that accept Visa and AmericanExpress.
The cards will also work with Walmart Express, Walmart’s prepaid card service, which the company announced last year.
But even if Walmart’s Paypoint cards are available to Walmart customers, they won’t necessarily work with Pay.com’s other payment system, Walmart PayPass.
PayPass is a mobile app for paying for purchases through Pay.
And the PayPass cards will only accept Visa cards.
Hildechain said Walmart will be working with Visa to integrate PayPass into the new cashless Walmarts.
Walmart will also be testing out a similar mobile payment solution with Chase, which announced in April it was opening its first two PayPass locations.
But that plan has been delayed due to the global economic downturn, and Walmart is still not able to get people to use the Paypass app to pay at Walmart stores.
This story was updated on Sept. 17 to include details from Walmart PayPoint.