Back in the day, credit cards were just pieces of plastic that had your name and a bunch of numbers on theme along with the bank logo and the type of the card. No fun whatsoever. Luckily, nowadays different credit card issuers take your individuality into consideration and offer a much more creative approach to their customer needs. Everyone loves to stand out and have something unique, right? Even credit cards can be a fashion statement now. Many banks offer their customers an opportunity to choose their credit card design from their owned stock image database or even allow you to get your own design. Sometimes you can get a card with images of your family, pets, yourself or your favorite sports teams and what not. You have a lot to choose from.
So which banks let you personalize your credit card?
- Chase – You can choose from a variety of 10 Disney Cards and it can be anything from Tinker Bell to Darth Vader.
- Bank of America – For so called affinity cards (for example your collegiate alma mater, or beloved NFL team) as well as co-brand cards (Celebrity Cruises or the World Wildlife Fund).
- Discover – Clients are offered to choose from a large variety of designs.
- US Bancorp – This option is available for debit cards only, and you are given 8 choices – 4 pictures (like a puppy or a beach) and 4 pro sports teams.
- Barclaycard – You can choose for some co-brand cards. For example, the NFL card allows you to pick from 33 different teams and logos.
- Synchrony – Their Marvel themed Mastercard lets you choose from 5 different superhero pictures.
- USAA – Clients can pick up a military affinity card that promotes support to Blue Star Families or the American Legion.
- Wells Fargo – Offers a large variety of images from their stock library or an image of your choice excluding pictures of celebrities or their names for their debit card users.
- Capital One – Really lets you go wild choosing from their offered images or using nearly anything you wants except for skulls and firearms.