A replacement debit card is sent to the address on file 45 days prior to the last day of the month in which the existing card expires.
It takes approximately three to eight business days to receive the new card in the mail.
The replacement card will come in an un-marked white envelope.
Can you still use your debit card after it expires?
Generally, a card can be used through the last day of the month in which it expires. Typically, debit cards expire every two to three years, and if you still have an account with the bank, you will be issued a new one with a new expiration date.
What happens when my card expires?
If your credit card is expiring this month, it will continue to work until the end of the month and a new card will automatically arrive in the mail, usually a few weeks before the expiration date. While your card expires, your credit card account is still active until you cancel it with the issuer.
Will Chase send me a new debit card when mine expires?
The expiration date is printed on the front of the debit card. If you are no longer receiving monthly payments, you will not receive a new card following your expiration period. If you are continuing to receive payments, but do not receive a new debit card by the expiration date, please call Chase Customer Service.
Does Bank automatically send new debit card?
Your debit card will continue working through the end of the expiration month. You should automatically receive a new card in the mail during the month your old card is set to expire.