Most Chase credit card designs are a default theme given to every customer who’s approved. There’s no way to customize them, but some Chase cards are very eye-catching anyway. The Chase Sapphire Preferred and Sapphire Reserve cards are made of metal, for instance. Chase cards that are co-branded with travel providers or other businesses also have that company’s logo on them.
You can only customize two credit cards issued by Chase: the Disney Rewards card and the Disney Premier card. There are 10 Disney and Star Wars Chase credit card designs to choose from, including Darth Vader, Mickey & Pals, Tinkerbell and Yoda. You can choose your design when applying or when requesting a free replacement card. You can change designs as often as you’d like by making the request online or calling Chase customer service at 1 (800) 300-8575.
It takes 7-20 business days to get a credit card from Chase, from the time you apply to when you get your Chase card in the mail. It can take up to 10 business days to receive an application decision, though it’s possible you’ll be approved instantly if you apply online. And it usually takes 7-10 business days to get a Chase credit card in the mail after approval. But you can get it in 1-2 business days if you ask for expedited delivery. It’s free.… read full answer
Getting a replacement credit card from Chase takes 3-5 business days, in most cases. But, again, you can ask for free expedited delivery and get your card in 1-2 business days.
Here’s how long it takes to get a credit card from Chase:
New Credit Card: 7-10 business days after approval (1-2 business days expedited for free).
Replacement Credit Card: 3-5 business days (1-2 business days expedited for free).
Online Approval: Instant approval is possible when you apply for a Chase credit card online. Otherwise, you’ll get a decision within 7-10 business days. You can check the status of your Chase credit card application online, too.
Mailed Applications: You’ll get a decision within 7-10 business days of Chase receiving your application.
Chase’s credit card approval and delivery timeframes are pretty standard. The fastest way to get a Chase credit card in your hands is to apply online.
To get a Chase replacement card, either log in to your online account or call customer service at 1-800-432-3117. There is no fee to get a Chase replacement card, and the card should arrive in 3-5 business days. Chase can expedite shipping for free, reducing the delivery time to 1-2 business days, if you ask. You can request a Chase replacement card if your current card is stolen, lost or damaged. Or, you may want to get an updated design – a metal card, for example. … read full answer
Here is how to get a Chase replacement card:
Log in to your Chase online account and select “Replace a lost or damaged card” from the drop-down. menu.
Select the Chase credit card you’d like to replace and your reason for replacing it.
Verify your identity with Chase. Use your name, date of birth and SSN (last four digits), or your 16-digit Chase account number (if you have it on hand).
Submit the replacement-card request and check for a confirmation email.
Get your Chase replacement card within 5 business days.
Confirm receipt of the card and activate it, either online or by calling 1-800-432-3117.
You do not need to request a Chase replacement card if your current card is about to expire. Chase will automatically send a new card by the end of the current card’s expiration month. If you have not received a replacement card by then, contact Chase customer service.
Once you get your replacement card, you should dispose of your old Chase card. Depending on the card, you can do that by cutting it up, sending it back in the prepaid envelope included with your new card, or turning it in at a Chase branch.
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