As a Cash App user for many years, I knew that the company offers a Cash App debit card – this definitely makes transactions and shopping more convenient. To my surprise, I came to the realization that there are other Cash App card designs available.
For the past several years, I’ve been using the black Cash App debit card as you can see above. Yes – that’s my ugly signature and I love Bitcoin.
Anyways – as I was browsing the app, I noticed that there are other Cash App card designs available. I’m honestly tempted to order a new one because they have pretty cool ones.
This article will cover all of the available Cash App card designs currently available to order.
- Cash App Black Card
- Cash App White Card
- Cash App Glow In The Dark Card
- Cash App x HBA
Before we even get started with all the Cash App card designs, you might want to check out the definitive Cash App guide to prepare you if you’re a new Cash App user. If you’re still debating between a money-sending platform, then maybe Cash App Vs. Venmo might be the article you want to take a look at.
1. Cash App Black Card
The first Cash App card design on the list is the original Cash App black card. The Cash App black card is probably the most common one out of the current four designs. I mean – everyone I know has the black card.
If you’re making the decision to switch from other colors to a Cash App black card, then the cost is $5.
2. Cash App White Card
The next one on the list is the Cash App white card. The popularity between the black and white Cash App debit card is quite similar due to its basic and simplistic colors. Just like the Cash App black card, the fee for getting this card should cost you $5.
Which Cash App card is better?
The black Cash App card or white Cash App card?
3. Cash App Glow In The Dark Card
You think the types of Cash App card would be basic simple colors, but you’re wrong. This glow in the dark Cash App card brought it up to another level. For the same price ($5) as the black and white Cash App card, you get a glow in the dark version.
What’s more to ask?
If you lose your Cash App card, finding it just became 10x easier due to its glow in the dark feature. When I saw this card, I already wanted it. I didn’t order it though because I already have a card, and I’m not a fan of wasting money.
The glow in the dark card would be my go-to though if I ever lose my Cash App debit card. (let’s hope not!)
4. Cash App x HBA
Last but not least – we have the Cash App x HBA card. This is a limited edition Cash App card that costs 7x more than the others. If you didn’t know, HBA stands for Hood By Air, which is a fashion house or luxury streetwear.
For $35, you’re not only paying for an overpriced card but you’re also getting a grid of EMB-style payment chips. Since this is a limited edition, will there be a value and market for collectors for these types of Cash App cards?
Let’s find out in 5 years!
Now that I covered all of the Cash App designer cards, which one is your favorite? For me, I’m currently using the Cash App black card. In case I ever lose it, I’ll probably move on to the glow in the dark card!
And honestly – part of me is tempted to get the Cash App x HBA debit card I would never pay $35 for this. Let me know what you think!
|Released Date||October 15th, 2013|
|Headquarter||San Francisco, California|
|Members||Jack Dorsey (CEO), Jim McKelvey (Director), Amrita Ahuja (CFO)|
|Parent Company||Square, Inc.|
|Twitter Support Account||@CashSupport|