How to Add, Edit, Delete, Secure Credit Card in Microsoft Edge

In the modern world, people are concerned about convenience with every task. Since people make many purchases online, entering the credit card details every time checking out might be inconvenient to some users. To solve that problem, most modern web browsers offer users the ability to save credit card information so that the browser can automatically fill in credit card details when required to complete online transactions quickly.

Like other web browsers in the market, Edge prompts users to save card information on submission with credit card details. If one accepts the Edge’s prompt to save the card details, the browser securely saves the card details. However, do note that Edge never saves CVV information.

How to Add, Edit, Delete, Secure Credit Card in Microsoft Edge

Add, Edit, Delete, Secure Credit Card in Microsoft Edge

By default, Edge asks users whether they would like to save their card information while checking out, but if you haven’t added that time, this post will guide you on How to do so.

  1. Add or Edit Credit Card Information
  2. Delete Credit Card Information
  3. Prevent Edge from Storing Details

1] Add or Edit Credit Card Information

Here’s how to add a new card or edit the card information of a previously added card in Microsoft Edge:

  • Launch Microsoft Edge on your Windows machine
  • In the address bar, type edge://settings/payments and press Enter
  • Next, under Cards you have saved on this device, you’ll find all your Cards listed. To add a new one, press the Add Card button present right next to the heading.
  • Now enter all the required information, including Name on Card, Card Number, Card Expiry, a Nickname, and press on Save.

With this, the new card would be saved on your device. However, Edge can also sync with your Microsoft account and display all the cards available there. To add a new card to your Microsoft account so that you can sync with other devices:

  • Launch the Microsoft Edge Browser on your computer
  • Navigate to https://account.microsoft.com/billing/payments/. Now, login with your Microsoft account credentials, and you’ll be landed on the Billing Settings Page of your account.
  • Now, scroll down and under Payment Methods, click on Add a New Payment Method.
  • Now enter all the required information, including Name on Card, Card Number, Card Expiry, CVV, a Nickname, and press on Save.

With this, the new card is added to your Microsoft account and can now be used for purchases via Edge.

To edit your Card Information, head over to the same address edge://settings/payments in the browser, under your Saved Cards on this browser, click on the three-dotted icons next to the card you would like to edit, and then click on the button. Now, update the details and click on Save.

2] Delete Credit Card Information

Delete Cards from Edge

  • Launch Microsoft Edge on your Windows machine
  • In the address bar, type edge://settings/payments and press Enter.
  • Next, under Cards you have saved on this device, you’ll find all your previously saved Cards listed. Now, to remove or delete a card from Edge, click on the three-dotted icon next to the card you would like to remove.
  • From the dropdown, choose Delete. With this, you’ll receive a popup that your card has been removed.

3] Prevent Edge from Storing Details

Prevent Edge from Saving Cards

If you don’t like to save your Card details in the web browser and are annoyed by the notification you receive to save the card every time you checkout on a website; Here’s how to disable that notification, that is Prevent Edge from Storing your Card Details:

In the Edge Browser, type in edge://settings/payments in the address bar. On the page, toggle the option off, stating Save and Fill Payment Info. With this, now Edge won’t ask you to save your card details until you turn this option back on.

With that said, do you prefer to save your Cards in a browser? Do let us know by dropping a comment down below.

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