Chase customers will soon be able to use Chase Pay while on-the-go with two new merchants – global restaurateur HMSHost and Parkmobile.
HMSHost is a food and beverage provider for travel venues, while Parkmobile enables users to pay for parking in cities around the country through their app.
HMSHost operates nearly 2,000 restaurant locations in more than 80 North American airports and 99 motorway service centers, and partners with more than 300 traveler-preferred brands such as California Pizza Kitchen, Lorena Garcia TAPAS y Cocina, and Starbucks.
HMSHost award-winning brands include 1897 Market, Beaudevin Wine Bar, and Wicker Park Seafood & Sushi. Chase Pay will be accepted at all HMSHost locations in the United States and implementation will occur in the majority of these locations by the end of 2017.
Starting in the second quarter, HMSHost locations will begin securely processing transactions on Chase’s closed-loop ChaseNet platform, establishing a point-to-point encrypted solution. The Chase Pay system adds another layer of security by tokenizing every transaction so that cardholders’ account numbers are never shared.
In addition to using Chase Pay at HMSHost locations while traveling, customers will soon be able to pay for parking from their phone. Chase Pay’s new partner, Parkmobile, allows users to pay for parking spots in cities across the country, reserve parking at concert venues and arenas, and sign up for multiple vehicles accounts.
Parkmobile customers will soon be able to use Chase Pay for on-demand and prepaid parking on the street, at garages, airports and events across the United States.
HMSHost and Parkmobile join a list of leading brands in retail, entertainment, quick service restaurants and gas stations that have already signed on to accept Chase Pay. Chase Pay offers a flexible solution, enabling payments within the Chase Pay app, on merchant websites and within merchant apps.