How to Access Saved Credit Cards in Safari

Autofill gives you the ability to save contact and credit card information on Safari so you do not have to re-enter the long card number and expiration date every time you buy something on the Web.

Autofill gives you the ability to save contact and credit card information on Safari so you do not have to re-enter the long card number and expiration date every time you buy something on the Web.

Old cards remain saved on Autofill, even when they have expired. Let’s explore this feature.

This is for iPhone and iPad

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View Your Credit Cards

First, open Settings on your iPhone or iPad. Refer to below image:

Accessing Settings

Next, in Settings, tap Safari. See below image:

Accessing Safari option

Now, in Safari, tap AutoFill. See following image:

Accessing AutoFill option

Next, in Safar’s AutoFill settings, tap Saved Credit Cards. Refer to below image:

Accessing your Saved Credit Cards

Now, when prompted, enter your PIN or validate your identity with Touch ID or Face ID, Next, you will see a list of credit cards that Safari has saved. Tap any entry in the list to see more details.

On the details screen, you will see the full credit card number and expiration date for the card if Safari has saved that information (Note that the three-digit CVV number on the card’s back is never stored.) See below image:

Viewing Saved Credit Card list

Next, if you need to edit the information on the card, tap Edit in the upper right-hand corner. See following image:

Editing a credit card

Now, when you are done editing, tap Done.

Add a Credit Card

If you go back one screen to the credit card list, you can also add a credit card to the list by tapping Add Credit Card. Just enter your information for the credit card. Refer to below image:

Adding a credit card

Delete a Credit Card

As well as add, you can delete a card from the list by tapping Edit, checkmark the card, and tapping Delete. See below image:

Deleting a credit card

A pop-up message will appear asking you to confirm the deletion. See following image:

Confirming the deletion

When you are done, exit Settings.

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