A lot of the things you'd normally keep in your pocket or purse can be stored digitally in your Windows Phone Wallet, such as credit cards, membership cards, and coupons. You can add new items to your Wallet, and set up a Wallet PIN to protect your purchases.
If your phone is running Windows Phone 8.1—the newest version of Windows Phone—you can add additional items, like event tickets and boarding passes, to your Wallet. Look for an attachment in an email with the extension .mswallet, and tap the attachment to add it to your Wallet. Certain apps can add items to your Wallet for you, and you can even set up reminders when you're near a place where an item can be used or when a coupon is about to expire.
Here are some things you can put in your Wallet:
Article ID: 10647 - Last Review: 17 May 2016 - Revision: 19
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