Your Wallet Card

Get your Wallet Card

Your Google Wallet Card is a physical debit card that lets you use your Wallet Balance in the real world, at ATMs, banks, and wherever Debit MasterCard® Debit is accepted in the US.

Once you've verified your identity, you can request a Wallet Card from the Wallet app. When you receive and activate it, you'll be able to pay with your Wallet Card and make cash withdrawals at ATMs or banks.

If you've ordered the Wallet Card already and entered the wrong shipping information you can cancel it and order a new one from the app.

Pay with your Wallet Card

With your Wallet Card, you can now spend your Wallet Balance anywhere MasterCard® Debit is accepted in the US, online or in stores. Simply hand your card to the cashier like you would any credit or debit card.

If you choose "debit" at checkout, you'll have to enter your Google payments PIN when prompted for your card PIN. If you need to enter a zip code, use the one associated with your Wallet's home address.

Spending limits

Your Wallet Balance is the only funding source for your Wallet Card. When you're paying, the amount in your Wallet Balance needs to be enough to cover your transaction total, including estimated tips or surcharges. Otherwise, you'll have to add money to your Wallet Balance before you make your purchase.

You can spend up to $5,000 per 24 hours. This limit also includes cash withdrawals at ATMs.

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