April 8, 2021 2:00 PM PT

How to Replace Your Chase Debit Card

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Need to replace your Chase debit card? Here's how to request a new one through the website, mobile app or customer service.

J.P Morgan Chase Bank is one of the biggest banks in the U.S. They're known for their personal banking and credit card products. Take a look at how to replace your debit or credit card below.

How to Replace Chase Debit Card Online

Follow the following steps to request a new Chase debit card online:

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  1. Login to Chase.com
  2. Go to your checking account
  3. Select "More…" on top right hand side
  4. Select the dropdown "Account Services"
  5. Go to "Replace a lost or damaged card"
  6. Choose your card and include a reason for replacement
  7. Review and submit your request
  8. You should receive a response within 1 business day.

When will my Chase card arrive?
You'll receive your Chase debit card within 3-5 business days. If you don't receive your card within two weeks, you can request a replacement card online.

How to Replace Chase Debit Card Via Mobile App

Follow the following steps to request a new Chase debit card with the mobile app:

  1. Sign into your Chase Mobile app
  2. Select your checking account for a debit card
  3. Scroll to find "Replace a lost or damaged card"
  4. Choose your card and include a reason for replacement
  5. Review and submit your request
  6. You should receive a response within 1 business day

How to Replace Chase Debit Card Over the Phone

Here's how to replace your Chase debit card using Chase Customer Service:

  1. Call Chase Card Services at 1-800-432-3117 (available 24/7)
  2. Enter the last four digits of your card number OR ask to speak to a representative
  3. A live person will assist you. Next, confirm your identity and mailing address for where your new card will be sent.

Other Ways to Pay

As you wait for your replacement card to arrive, you have a few options for paying.

  • Chase Mobile app for money transfers or deposits.
  • Write checks to pay bills and make other payments.
  • Chase Pay (mobile wallet app similar to Apple Pay or Google Pay) for some places

Conclusion

It's pretty quick and easy to replace your Chase debit or credit card. Just call Chase Card Services, or log into Chase.com or the mobile app. If you want to make financial transactions while waiting for the replacement card, access your account online or via the mobile app.

You'll receive a debit card for Chase's checking accounts. To earn a bonus, consider applying for one of their Chase coupon codes.

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