debit-card-feature-svg Debit Card

A better business debit card

As soon as a Square sale comes in, the money can be spent from your Square Checking account and debit card—no waiting.

Open a checking account

Not on Square yet? Join today to start a checking account.

Square, Inc. is a financial services company, not a bank. Square Checking is provided by Sutton Bank, Member FDIC.

Make a sale, and spend instantly

Your money goes directly into your checking account after every Square sale, and can be spent with your business debit card.

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.

Free of the usual account fees

  Square Checking Other banks
Square sales instantly funded 0% 1%–1.5%
Monthly service or maintenance fees $0 $10–$16 per month
Minimum opening deposit $0 $25–$1,500
Overdraft fees $0 $35 per item
Minimum balance requirement $0 $500–$5,000
Foreign transaction fees 0% 1–3%
ATM fees $0 charged by Square;
ATM operator fees apply
$3–5, plus ATM operator fees

Tailor-made for business owners

Add your signature, and stand out with a business debit card that’s all about you.

Keep your hard-earned money safe

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Two-step verification

Get a verification text any time you sign in, and protect your account from unauthorized activity.


Card lock

Easily lock and unlock your card from your mobile device, and keep your money secure.


  • How do I sign up for a Square Debit Card?

    Square Debit Card comes with a Square Checking account. To open a Square Checking account:

    1. Go to the Balance applet in your Square Point of Sale app or web Dashboard and select Square Checking
    2. Select Open account
    3. Verify your information
    4. Personalize your business debit card
    5. Confirm the shipping address for your business debit card
  • How long does it take for my card to arrive after I order it?

    Your card will arrive within 7–10 days after you order it.

    You can also use your card digitally as soon as you open your checking account, so you don’t have to wait for the physical card to arrive in the mail. Add your card to Apple Pay or Google Pay or display your card information in your Square Point of Sale app to see your card details to start spending right away.

  • How do I activate my physical card?

    Once your physical card arrives in the mail:

    1. Visit the Balance section of your Square Point of Sale app or Dashboard
    2. Select Square Checking
    3. Select Activate physical card
    4. Check the email associated with your Square account for a one-time passcode
    5. Enter the passcode
    6. Enter the expiration date and CVV on the back of your card

    Your physical card is now ready to be used for purchases with a tap, dip, or swipe!

  • Can I use my Square Debit Card at ATMs?

    Yes, Square Debit Card can be used at any ATM that accepts Mastercard® debit cards. Third-party ATM operator fees may apply.

  • What are the Square Debit Card ATM limits?

    The maximum amount which can be withdrawn at an ATM is $500 per transaction; $1,000 per day; $1,000 per week; and $2,000 per month.

    Learn more about spending limits

Square Debit Card is now part of Square Checking

Get a free business checking account with instant access to your Square sales—no monthly fees, no minimums.

Square Checking is provided by Sutton Bank, Member FDIC. Square Debit Card is issued by Sutton Bank, Member FDIC, pursuant to a license from Mastercard. Square Debit Card may be used wherever Mastercard is accepted. Accounts are FDIC-insured up to $250,000.

Funds generated through Square’s payment processing services are generally available in the Square checking account balance immediately after a payment is processed. Fund availability times may vary due to technical issues.

Block, Inc. is not a bank. Checking accounts are provided by Sutton Bank, Member FDIC.

Square Checking accounts do not provide monthly paper statements and do not issue physical paper checks. Square Checking accounts are not interest-bearing accounts.