Next time, don’t wait
for that new debit card.
The next time you need a replacement debit card, try the new digital card1 and get access with just a few taps.
A few taps, and you’re ready to go
Now if you open a new account or need to order a replacement card, once the plastic card is ordered you can have instant access to your account without waiting for the new card to arrive in the mail through the Mobile app.2
Once you get your digital card, add it to your Digital Wallet in a few taps right from the Mobile app.
Pay in stores at eligible merchants with the Digital Wallet, shop online and visit the contactless ATM.
Easy to use
Open your Digital Wallet and hold your phone over the contactless symbol on the card reader at checkout or at the ATM.
Same powerful card,
brand new convenience
Once your plastic card arrives in the mail remember to activate it and your digital card will automatically update in your Digital Wallet.
There is nothing more you need to do.
Q: What is a digital card?
A: A digital card is a temporary solution you can request through the Bank of America Mobile Banking app while you're waiting for a new or replacement debit card to arrive in the mail. It can be used to make ATM transactions and purchases in stores or online. This digital version of your debit card has the same 16-digit number as your new plastic card, but a temporary CVV and expiration date.
Q: How can I request a digital card?
A: If you are ordering a replacement card in the Bank of America Mobile Banking App, you may be presented with the option to get the digital card after you place your order for a new plastic debit card. If you request a plastic debit card when you are opening an account online, you may be presented with the option to request a digital debit card in the Bank of America Mobile Banking App after your account has been opened.
Q: How do I use my digital card?
A: Tap the debit card image with the grey digital indicator on the Manage Card Settings page in the mobile app to reveal the card number, expiration date, and CVV. Enter these numbers at checkout when shopping online, or add your card to a digital wallet (Apple Pay, Samsung Pay, Android Pay, etc.) and use it at any Bank of America ATM that accepts cardless transactions, as well as merchants that accept contactless digital payments.
Q: When will my digital card expire?
A: Your digital card expires when you activate the plastic card, or on the last day of the month following the one in which it was issued. You can view your expiration date by tapping on the debit card image with the grey digital indicator on the Manage Card Setting page in the Mobile app. Activate your plastic card as soon as it arrives because once your digital card expires, it is no longer available to use.
Q: Can I add a digital card to my digital wallets?
A: Yes. Simply click on the “add to wallet” button of your choice in the Mobile app. Your card information is updated automatically in your digital wallet when you activate your new plastic card.
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