Unfortunately, Capital One credit cards cannot be customized at the moment. Their designs used to include a large gallery of stock images, metal cards or any personal image you’d like to customize your card with. Capital One let you pick from their pre-made photos and designs (e.g. American Flags, flowers, sports images, animals and more). Or, you could just upload your own photo and have it printed on your card. You weren't able to choose the design for a brand new card, but you could get a replacement card with the new design at any time for free.
In order to change your Capital One credit card designs, you had to follow a few simple steps.
Here’s how you could change Capital One credit card designs:
Log in to your Capital One online account (or create one).
Go to “More Account Services.”
Click “Change Card Image.”
Choose from Capital One’s image gallery or upload your own image.
Make any image edits you need to (sizing, rotation, etc.).
Submit your request.
Finally, you may not be able to get a custom design for the Capital One cards, but some already come in metal. For example, you can get a metal version of the Capital One Venture Rewards Credit Card.
There are various ways to customize credit cards; some credit card issuers offer personalized credit cards, such as Wells Fargo, which allows customers to upload their own photos and designs for some cards. Plus, Discover lets customers choose their card design from a number of pre-set options. Bank of America has 4 affinity Bank of America Cash Rewards cards, and each has its own design; or you can choose the Major League Baseball affinity card and pick your favorite team’s logo. Chase offers Star Wars and Disney-themed designs for their 2 co-branded Disney credit cards. And Barclays offers choices of different NFL teams on its co-branded NFL credit cards.… read full answer
If your card issuer doesn’t offer any design choices for your credit card, consider making your own credit card “skin” through an outside service. Tenstickers and CUCU are 2 services that let you browse lots of pre-made designs or customize your own. Some card skins are removable, and some are built to stay on indefinitely.
Those looking for a different material for their credit card have options, too. You can turn your plastic card into a metal credit card, EMV chip and all, from companies like metal-creditcard.com. Or go a step further and convert your plastic into 24-karat gold, stainless steel, or carbon fiber with a company such as Lion Credit Card. In either case, you’ll have to be willing to send them your credit card in the mail.
You can’t customize any Capital One credit card at the moment. In the past, you could personalize it with your own photo or an image from their online gallery. The customization was free. All you needed was an active Capital One card account in good standing. The steps were pretty simple:… read full answer
Under Account Settings, select “Change Card Image.”
Upload your own picture or select an image from the Image Card gallery.
Click the Get Started button.
Edit your image (sizing, cropping, etc.)
Submit the image.
Capital One used to review all images sent to make sure they met their acceptance guidelines. You could see a copy of the guidelines online when logging in to your account. Capital One approved or denied any image at their discretion. Images containing copyrighted material, any visible trademarks or logos, or celebrities (without their consent) would not be accepted. Capital One could also deny an image for poor quality. Once Capital One approved the image, they mailed the customized card to you at no cost.
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