Apply For A Debit Card Online: Order New Debit Card
With a Huntington debit card, you can make everyday purchases almost anywhere. Use your debit card to shop local, buy online and pay monthly bills. You don’t even need a checkbook or ATM. All you need is one little card that’s fast, easy and safe.
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What is a Debit Card?
A simple debit card definition: Your debit card is a card issued from your bank that is linked to your checking account and allows you to make purchases both in-person and online. You can also use it to make ATM transactions including deposits and withdrawals. Many customers like the convenience of a debit card over using cash or checks. They are safe and secure to use. They can also be used with Apple Pay®.
Unlike a credit card, your debit card is tied directly to your checking account, meaning that money is automatically deducted from your account rather than paying on credit (see overdraft options to understand what happens if you attempt to use more funds than you currently have available in your checking account).
- Understand the difference between credit and debit cards
- Find debit card information
- Activate a debit card
- Learn how to use a debit card
- Report a lost or stolen debit card
- Choose a debit card design
How to Order a New Debit Card Online.
- If you're a new checking customer, apply for an account online.
- Select the type of debit card you would like and choose which style you want.
- Your debit card will arrive in the mail within 3-5 business days.
Customers who already have a Huntington checking account, simply visit any Huntington branch or call us at (800) 480-2265 to request a debit card.
Feel free to travel the world. You can use your new debit card everywhere Mastercard® is accepted. Plus, you can access cash free at more than 1,800 Huntington ATMs.
Feel safe using your debit card. You are protected against unauthorized purchases on your card1.
Assists you with credit bureau notification and credit card replacement, and provides you with an ID Theft Affidavit should you become victim of Identity Theft. Learn More
1Transactions are protected by federal law and Mastercard's Zero Liability. Transactions you did not authorize should be reported to us promptly through our dispute process. We ask that you assist us in our investigation as needed. Certain limitations apply. See the Electronic Funds Transfer Services section of the Consumer Deposit Account Agreement and mastercard.com/zeroliability for complete details.
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If you can’t find what you’re looking for, let us know. We’re ready to help in person, online or on the phone.
To speak to a customer service representative, call (800) 480-2265, daily 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. ET.