Find out about a wide range of cards specially tailored to your needs and interests, such as the Mastercard Debit Card for young people, the PlayStation® Debit Card or the Real Madrid Debit Card. They're wonderful.
If you wish to have flexibility when it comes to paying for your purchases, we have the credit cards you are looking for. Aside from the Mastercard Credit Card, there is the Mastercard Fit Credit Card, which allows you to plan your purchases in the short, medium or long term. We also offer the Real Madrid Credit Card especially meant for fans imbued with the Real Madrid spirit. Get your card.
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Debit cards and credit cards are great ways of accessing your money, but they work differently. A debit card allows you to spend what you actually have in your bank account, while a credit card allows you to borrow money which you then have to pay back with interest.
The documents you need to submit may vary depending on the card you with to apply for. To apply for a Mastercard Debit or Credit Card, you have to submit documents like an official identity document, proof of residence, proof of income and an active bank account.
To apply for a card, you must at least meet the following requirements:
You may also be requested to meet some additional requirements depending on the card you are applying for.
You can apply for both a credit card and a debit card, regardless of whether you already have one of each kind. Each card has its own distinct features and functionalities, so they can be used in complementary ways.
Of course you can. You can link both your debit and credit card. Doing so is very easy. If your telephone is an iPhone, you can do it on the Wallet app. If it is an Android phone, you can do it on the Unicaja Banco app or download the Google Pay app. Furthermore, if it is a Samsung phone, you can also do it on Samsung Pay. You can thus pay for your purchases without having to carry around the physical card with you. It is easy, secure and quick.
Yes, you can do so on the website and the Digital Banking app in the Cards section and, if you do not have an Internet connection, you can call us and request a statement of your bank account.
The small print in capital letters
(1) Granting subject to the institution's criteria.
(2) Conditions for debit card withdrawals from ATMs differ in each province (view map):
At all Unicaja Banco ATMs (includes the Liberbank network) and from €120 at ATMs in the EURO 6000 network (EURO 6000 institutions included: Abanca, Bankoa, Ibercaja, Kutxabank, Cajasur, Evo Banco, Cecabank, Caja de Ontinyent, Colonya Caixa Pollensa and Cardtronics), Banco Sabadell, Bankinter, Caja de Ingenieros, Arquia Banca and former Bankia ATMs in the following provinces: La Coruña, Lugo, Orense, Pontevedra, Vizcaya, Guipúzcoa, Álava, Navarra, La Rioja, Burgos, Segovia, Guadalajara, Madrid, Zaragoza, Huesca, Teruel, Lleida, Barcelona, Girona, Tarragona, Castellón de la Plana, Balearic Islands, Valencia, Alicante, Murcia, Granada, Córdoba, Badajoz, Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Las Palmas. And from €120 in ATMs from any network in the provinces of Huelva and Seville.
Terms and conditions valid until 31 December 2023.
(3) Mastercard Credit Card interest rate:
In the deferred (revolving) payment method, any transactions made with the Mastercard Credit Card will be accumulated (purchases, cash withdrawals, etc.) and a fixed amount of the credit drawn down may be repaid, which will be settled and repaid monthly on the first day of each calendar month until the amount of the transactions made under this payment method has been fully repaid. Different typical examples of the AER are shown below, which are calculated for cases where no additional credit drawdowns other than the ones indicated are made and the instalment is not changed, using the French amortisation method (constant periodic instalments which include capital and interest) over 48 months:
The monthly capital repayment amount may never be less than €20. The minimum monthly instalment to be paid will therefore be €20 plus any interest accrued and fees due in the period.