Visa Checkout Now Live on Gap.com
Today, we are excited to announce that paying online with Gap Inc. just got a whole lot easier. The websites for Gap, Old Navy, Banana Republic, Piperlime and Athleta are now offering Visa Checkout, the easier way to pay online.
Just in time for back-to-school and the busy holiday shopping season, consumers can get exactly what they love, in just a few clicks, on any device. Visa Checkout is easy, just like swiping a card in a store: after creating an account, there’s no need to re-enter a 16-digit card number or fill out endless forms.
Fortune profiles Visa’s CEO in “Charles Scharf: Visa’s open-armed leader.”
The piece highlights Charlie’s focus on partnerships with clients and merchants, the importance of collaboration with the technology and developer community to drive innovation and his strategy for the future of Visa.
Visa Checkout and 1-800-Flowers Support the Love of Football
Football superfan, Brooklyn Decker, was on Wall Street on Sept. 3 promoting the new Visa campaign, Footballentine’s Day.
Recognizing how dedicated NFL fans are to their teams throughout the season, Visa Checkout is making it easier to say thank you to friends, family and loved ones for supporting their “fandom” during football season by celebrating Footballentine’s Day on Sept. 6. Just in time for the holiday, Visa has teamed up with 1-800-FLOWERS.COM to give fans – and Visa employees – the opportunity to send 18 roses to loved ones, for free, by visiting http://visacheckout.com/flowers. Customers just pay shipping and taxes.
Visa Checkout: Kicking off the football season with flowers and pizza!
Since unveiling Visa Checkout in July, we’ve been moving the ball steadily down the field, signing great new players and putting points on the board—all in the name of making it easier for consumers to pay online.
Now we are adding to our roster by teaming up with more top retailers, financial institutions, athletes and tapping into our sponsorship with the NFL to introduce even more consumers to Visa Checkout, which allows them to pay online and on any mobile device, in just a few clicks.
Bringing more solutions to merchants with TrialPay
Today is a great day for all of us at Visa. Today, we are excited to announce that we have acquired a license that will enable us to integrate TrialPay technology into the Visa platform. Along with this, a small team from TrialPay will be joining the Visa team as full time employees to help accelerate the development of a loyalty and offers platform that, we expect, to become a strategic and competitive differentiator for Visa.
Partnering to make Visa Checkout available to nearly 4 million U.S. online retailers
When we launched Visa Checkout last month, some of the web’s largest and most popular retailers – Neiman Marcus, Pizza Hut, Staples and United Airlines – announced they would be adding an easier way for their consumers to pay by offering Visa Checkout to their eCommerce websites. However, when we designed Visa Checkout, we wanted to ensure that the Visa Checkout button could be broadly integrated into all of consumers’ favorite online and mobile websites across the web, whatever their size.
Using the Tooth Fairy to have the ‘money talk’ with your kids
What does the Tooth Fairy have to do with financial literacy? More than you might think.
The idea first hatched in 2009 when my daughter Nora was six years old and her first tooth was becoming loose. Like most children, Nora was obsessed with losing that first tooth. The prospect of having the magical Tooth Fairy visit her in the night and leave money in exchange for that exquisitely small pearly white became all-consuming.
Tooth Fairy Tightens Purse Strings: Visa survey finds American kids now receive an average of $3.40 per tooth, Down 8% from 2013
The Tooth Fairy has had her wings clipped. In news that will reverberate under pillows across the country, Visa’s annual Tooth Fairy survey shows that American children are receiving an average of $3.40 per lost tooth this year, down 8% from last year.
For a full set of 20 baby teeth, American kids will be getting a slightly more modest, but still hefty, $68, down from $74 last year.
Visa Executives Respond to #ALS #IceBucketChallenge
Members of the Visa’s Client Support Services (CSS) issued a challenge to Visa executives to participate in the #ALS #IceBucketChallenge.
See what happened when Visa President Ryan McInerney and SVP of Client Support Services Tommy Jacobs accepted the challenge! [And find out who they challenged to keep the giving going!]