Wednesday, August 24th, 2016, 12:20 pm
Update: I’ve been able to use my United Club card with RadPad as it was grandfathered in with Google Wallet, but others haven’t been able to add their Chase cards to Android Pay. However Android Pay will support Chase cards effective September 7th.
That means you’ll be able to pay your rent to meet the spend threshold for Sapphire Reserve without fees!
Originally posted on 8/9:
Pay Your Rent With A Credit Card Without Fees Via RadPad And Android Pay
You’ll need to setup Android Pay with your credit card of choice before trying to pay your rent in the RadPad app. Then just enter your rent, type in your landlord’s address, and select Android Pay as your method of payment. At the final payment page you should only see your rent and not the normal 3.49% fee. RadPad will mail your landlord a check.
RadPad has been known to verify that they’re sending money to a real landlord and they may require your rental agreement.