Quick Answer: How Long Does It Take To Receive A New Debit Card?

How long does it take to get a debit card or a credit card?

After an application has been accepted, it typically takes 7-10 days to receive a debit or credit card in the mail.

If you need it faster, we offer a fee-based expedited service.

Please call us at (800) 328-1935 (24/7) to order.

How long does it take to get a debit card in the mail?

Processing your application and issuing your account number could take a day or two. And you may have to wait seven to 10 business days to receive a debit card and some account information in the mail. If you’d prefer to open an account in-person, the process may take much longer (i.e. 30 minutes to an hour or more).

Which banks give debit cards immediately?

Here is the list of large banks that don’t print their own debit cards right at the branch:

  • Bank of America (Select locations may offer temporary debit cards.)
  • Branch Banking and Trust Company.
  • Chase.
  • Citibank.
  • First Midwest Bank.
  • Great Western Bank.
  • Key Bank.
  • HSBC Bank USA.

Why do debit cards take so long to arrive?

Why do banks take so long to mail you a debit card? Because banks don’t have a private factor that makes them. They get sent to the main branch, which has to inter office mail your card to your branch, and then when your bank gets that mail, they call you.