Access your sales instantly
As soon as a Square sale comes in, the money can be accessed with your Square Card right away — no waiting, no recurring fees.
Free of the usual account fees
Square Card has no recurring fees, no minimum balance fees and no monthly maintenance fees. Square doesn’t charge ATM fees, but third-party ATM provider fees may apply.
Your card is ready to go, right away
Add your card to Apple Pay® or Google Pay™, so you can use your phone to pay online, in app or in person right away – even before it arrives in the mail.
Take more control of your money
Your money is stored in your Square Balance after every Square sale, and can be accessed with your business expense card. So you can see your sales coming in and your money going out — all in one place.
Tailor-made for business owners
Add your signature and stand out with a business expense card that’s all about you.
Keep your business funds separate from your personal funds with a dedicated business expense card.
Keep your hard-earned money safe
Get a verification text any time you sign in, and protect your account from unauthorized activity.
Easily lock and unlock your card from your mobile device, and keep your money secure.
- How much does Square Card cost?
Square Card is free to order and has no monthly fees, minimum balance fees, overdraft fees or any other recurring fees.
Square’s payment processing fees are separate and still apply.
- How do I get a Square Card?
To start using Square Card, you first need to order the card through your Square app.
To order your card, visit the Balance section in your Square app.
- What happens to transfers when I have a Square Card?
As soon as you order your Square Card, automated transfers to a linked external bank account stop. You can add your card to Apple Pay or Google Pay to start accessing your money right away. You can also find your card details in your Square app. You can still manually transfer your funds in 1-2 business days for free or instantly for a 1.5% fee at any time.
- Where can I use my Square Card?
You can spend funds with your Square Card anywhere where Mastercard® is accepted (including in person, online and at ATMs).
- Can I use Square Card at an ATM?
Square Card can be used at any ATM that accepts Mastercard®. The maximum amount which can be withdrawn at an ATM is $500 per day, $1,000 per week and $2,000 per month. Learn more about spending limits.
Note: Square does not charge you any ATM fees, but ATM providers may charge you a fee when you make withdrawals.
Ways to take control of your cash flow
Square Card is issued by Square Canada, Inc. pursuant to a licence by Mastercard International Incorporated and may be used wherever Mastercard is accepted.
Funds generated through Square’s payment processing services are generally available through Square Card immediately after a payment is processed. Fund availability times may vary due to technical issues.
Square does not charge fees, but ATM withdrawal fees charged by ATM providers may apply.
Square Card is funded on a prepaid basis. Square Card is not a bank account and Square Card funds are not CDIC-insured.