Retailers Accepting Bitcoin

With the growing popularity of Bitcoin and other altcoins, more and more retailers are accepting them as a form of payment. Here’s the current list of major retailers that will accept Bitcoin or other cryptocurricies. 

Retailers Accepting Bitcoin



Overstock.com – Online company that overstocked items for lower prices than bit box stores. 

Subway – Well known sandwich company known for their subs and flatbread sandwiches.

Steam – Online PC video game retailer. 

Dish – Satellite TV provider in the US. 

Mint.com – Online and mobile budgeting service. 

Zynga – Online and mobile video game retailer. 

4Chan – Online image board with various categories. 

Newegg.com – Major online retailer of computer parts and accessories. 

Dell – Manufacturer and retailer of desktop and laptop computers. 

Wikipedia.org  – Online digital encyclopedia that anyone can edit or add to. 

Expedia.com – Online travel booking agency. 

Microsoft – Accepts Bitcoin on the Microsoft store and Xbox store. 

OkCupid – Online dating website. 

Tigerdirect – Online electronics retailer. 

What The Future Holds

Bitcoin, along with other cryptocurricies, is growing by the day. More and more businesses, especially small local shops, are getting on board with Bitcoin. 

Because of the price fluctuations, several are hesitant to accept Bitcoin because it can both help and hurt them. Bitcoin prices have skyrocketed lately, and an upward trend is a good thing for businesses accepting Bitcoin. Can that upward trend continue, though? 

Check back often for updates to this list, as new businesses are accepting Bitcoin every day. 

List last updated: July, 2017.