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Debit Cards

Get answers to questions about your Santander Bank debit card, including when to expect your new card, and withdrawal limits.

My debit card expired. How do I get a new one?

Debit Cards due to expire are mailed out to the address currently on file with the Bank, approximately 60 days prior to the old card expiring.

For example, if a card is set to expire on August 31, 2023, the reissued card will be mailed on or before July 1, 2023, etc.

Note: If you have not received your new card and your current card has expired, or if your address has changed, please contact a Customer Service Center Advisor at 877-768-2265.

Additional information on Debit Card Expiration Dates:

Expiring debit cards can be used through the last day of the month they expire; however, you can activate your new card immediately upon receipt. You do not have to wait until your current card expires.

What is my debit card spending and withdrawal limit?

Refer to the information below for the Total Daily Limits on a Santander Debit/ATM Mastercard®.

Santander Select World Debit Mastercard and Santander® Private Client World Debit Mastercard®

  • Total Daily $11,500.00
  • ATM Withdrawal $2,500.00

Santander Debit Card for other checking accounts

  • Total Daily $9,000.00
  • ATM Withdrawal $2,500.00

ATM Card

  • Total Daily $2,500.00
  • ATM Withdrawal $2,500.00