7 Different SBI ATM and Debit Cards
One of India’s largest banks which is also now a fortune 500 company has changed the daily cash withdrawal limit for its different ATM cards. Well, those of you who don’t know, SBI currently is providing 7 different types of ATM Cards to its account holders. Below I have listed these cards.
- SBI Classic and Maestro Debit Card
- SBI Global International Debit Card
- SBI Gold International Debit Card
- SBI Platinum International Debit Card
- SBI In Touch Tap and Go Debit Card
- SBI Mumbai Metro Combo Card
- SBI My Card International Debit Card
Daily Cash Transaction Limit Varies From One card to Another
While most of you already know, the daily cash transaction limit varies from one debit card to another, SBI has revised the same and below I have listed out the changed daily cash transaction limit for different SBI debit cards.
|ATM/Debit cards||ATM withdrawal limit|
|SBI Classic and Maestro Debit Cards||Rs 20,000|
|SBI Global International Debit Card||Rs 40,000|
|SBI Gold International Debit Card||Rs 50,000|
|SBI Platinum International Debit Card||Rs 1 lakh|
|SBI In Touch Tap and Go Debit Card||Rs 40,000|
|SBI Mumbai Metro Combo Card||Rs 40,000|
|SBI My Card International Debit Card||Rs 40,000|
8 free transactions for regular saving account holders
For regular saving account holders, SBI has allowed 8 free ATM transactions per month. After crossing the same limit, SBI charges Rs 10 to 20 plus GST depending on whether the user lives in a metro or a non-metro city.
These Rules Going to Take Effect From July 1, 2021
The daily cash transaction limit for different ATM and Debit cards which I explained above is going to take effect from July 1st next year.