Put more than groceries on your Bank of Utah debit card — add your favorite photo and smile every time you make a purchase.
Customized debit cards work like regular cards, only they're uniquely you. Equipped with contactless technology, you also get the added benefit of paying quickly and securely, with just a tap of your card.
Our interactive design portal makes creating your card easy:
Are There Specific Guidelines I Should Follow When Uploading an Image?
Yes, you can make sure you have a successful upload by reviewing the following:
Are There Any Image Restrictions?
Yes, take care to use appropriate photos by reviewing the following examples of prohibited images (in the foreground or background of the photos), and remember, Bank of Utah reserves the right to determine whether a submitted image will be used:
If I Already Have a Bank of Utah Debit Card, Will It Be Replaced by My Customized Card?
Yes, once you receive your new customized debit card in the mail and you activate it, your original card will be deactivated. You’ll notice both cards have the same card number, but the expiration date and the 3-digit security code (CVV) will be different. If you use your card for recurring payments, be sure to update your card information with those merchants. You can update your payment information for many of your digital subscriptions, all at the same time and in the same place, with CardSwap, a feature found in Bank of Utah's online and mobile banking.
You may choose to keep your existing PIN or choose a new one upon activating your customized debit card.
What if the Image I Submit Isn’t Accepted?
Bank of Utah will notify you if there’s a problem your image, then you’ll have the opportunity to submit another photo. Please review the image guidelines prior to submitting an image; the bank reserves the right to exclude you from this service if you submit, or repeatedly submit, images that do not follow the guidelines.
Is There a Fee Associated with Designing a Debit Card?
No, card design is free for Bank of Utah customers.