Load your RBC debit or credit cards into the RBC Wallet1 app and pay for purchases, up to $100, with your mobile device.
If you have an Apple mobile device you can easily send money, plus make your transfers more personalized by adding games or gift-wrapping.
Keep all of your gift cards in one spot. Add your plastic cards to your RBC Wallet and use them whenever you like.
Easily redeem points through RBC Wallet on day-to-day contactless transactions completed using your Android or iOS device. Redeem for the full amount or any lesser value, while still earning points on your entire purchase. See your redemption credited to your account within 2-3 business days. See how it works
Pay for everyday purchases at any location that accepts contactless payments (tap), up to $100.
If you have an Apple mobile device you can send money to existing payees, including other RBC Royal Bank clients.
Add gift-wrapping and digital games to an Interac e-Transfer. You can also buy a gift card to send or re-gift a card you no longer want.
Redeeming is simple and easy:
For complete details, please read the RBC Rewards Terms and Conditions
Add your plastic gift cards to your RBC Wallet, then pay with them at participating stores and restaurants. You can also track your gift card balances and keep a record of your gift card activity.
View your account balance, available credit and RBC Rewards Points balance at any time
Should something ever happen, we’ve got you covered. We’ll fully reimburse you for any unauthorized transactions 2 made through the RBC Mobile app or RBC Online BankingFind Out More
The RBC Wallet uses RBC Secure Cloud, which is a leading-edge technology used to encrypt and protect your account and payment information.
Yes, you can. The balances will be shown with the images of your cards. Here’s how to set it up:
While this is a great way to check on your balances more quickly, just keep in mind that the added cards can be viewed without signing in so anyone using your device will be able to see your balances.
Using a mobile phone is just like using the equivalent plastic card for a contactless payment. Any eligible card you add to your RBC Wallet will operate just as its plastic counterpart, and will access the same account.
A contactless payment is an easy way to pay using your smartphone, for small purchases which uses Near Field Communications (NFC): a wireless technology that sends information between two devices when brought within a few centimeters of each other.
You can use an iPhone‡ 6 and 6 Plus, 6s and 6s Plus, MacBook Pro, and Apple Watch‡ paired with an iPhone 5 or later. Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
To claim an RBC eGift, tap or click on the link you received via gift notification text or email and follow the instructions. RBC eGift will appear in your RBC Wallet app, if you’re an RBC client that has already registered for Wallet.
Please note: If you register with RBC eGift, you’ll be able to view all of your gift transactions within 1 year in your ‘Gift History’. As a guest user, you won't have access to the 'Gift History' but you‘ll still be able to claim your gift(s).
The gift cards feature is available on Near Field Communications (NFC) enabled Android‡ devices across all wireless carriers. If your operating system is older than Android 5.0, you’ll need to update it before being able to use the feature.
Make purchases, send money, manage your gift cards and more. Discover the RBC Wallet app today
Select your device below to view the latest updates and enhancements for the RBC Wallet app:
We are pleased to announce the following enhancements to the latest version of the RBC Mobile1 app for Android devices:
Last updated: September 2017
We are pleased to announce the following enhancements to the latest version of the RBC Mobile1 app for your iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch devices:
Last updated: September 2017