You must register and verify all top-level domains and subdomains where you will display the Apple Pay button. For example, if you were to host a Payment Form that displays the Apple Pay button on
https://example.com/, you will need to complete Domain Verification for both.
In the Sandbox Environment, Domain Verification is not needed, but you will still need to follow the domain requirements here
In the Production environment, to receive your Domain Verification files for Apple Pay, you will need to reach out to the Onboarding Team at email@example.com and provide the following information:
On how many domains do you plan to host the Apple Pay button?
- If each Merchant will be using a different domain or subdomain, you will need to include that in your answer if the Merchant will be hosting the Apple Pay button.
- You will need to register and verify all top-level domains and subdomains where you will display the Apple Pay button. For example, if you were to host a payment form that displayed the Apple Pay button on
https://example.com/, you would need to complete domain verification for both.
How many merchants are you planning to enable Apple Pay for?
Will you be using your own payment/checkout page (using Tilled.js) or Tilled’s Checkout Sessions?
Once this information is received by our Onboarding Team, we provide you with the files and instructions on hosting them to ensure successful Domain Verification, so that are able to start accepting Payments on your site.