From now on, whether you're shopping at home or travelling abroad, staying in control of your global currencies has never been easier. With a card built around 12 major currencies, you can shop online, make purchases, and withdraw cash at HSBC Group ATMs around the world, with zero fees.
* You need to have an integrated account to apply.1
How to get your card ready
If you're already an integrated account holder, get your debit card application processed instantly on the HSBC HK Mobile Banking app. Simply select "Explore products and services" after you log on to the app.
Alternatively, you're welcome to contact us directly to apply for your card.
What else should I know
- Non-Jade customers can apply for the HSBC Mastercard® Debit Card and HSBC Jade clients can apply for it using their HSBC One or Personal Integrated Account. HSBC Jade clients may also apply for and enquire about the HSBC Jade Mastercard® Debit Card through their HSBC Jade Director.
- You can choose the newly launched HSBC Mastercard® Debit Card and/or the existing HSBC UnionPay Debit Card upon opening your new integrated account at a branch.
- To open an account via mobile banking, you must:
• be a permanent resident aged 18-65 residing in Hong Kong.
• not already hold any HSBC bank or investment accounts, or credit cards.
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- Terms and Conditions apply.
- Currency conversion risk - The value of your foreign currency and RMB deposit will be subject to the risk of exchange rate fluctuation. If you choose to convert your foreign currency and RMB deposit to other currencies at an exchange rate that is less favourable than the exchange rate in which you made your original conversion to that foreign currency and RMB, you may suffer loss in principal.