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Hello Kitty Credit Card, Debit Card and Checks - Review of Bank of America's Hello Kitty Products

Updated on September 29, 2010

Ever since I was a little girl, I have been a huge Hello Kitty fan. I have also been a huge Bank Of America fan for quite some time, too. Now, my two faves have merged! Have you heard about the new Hello Kitty credit cards from Bank of America?

Yes, I’m serious.

Also available are Hello Kitty debit cards and Hello Kitty checks. I don’t use checks, but am now contemplating their use. Hello Kitty designer credit cards and debit cards are, in my opinion, the beginning of a new accessory – designer plastic. 

Why not use designer credit cards? We accessorize everything else. I’ve been using a pink leather wallet the last few weeks since I got my new cards and I really enjoy the idea that my credit cards match my wallet. I think it’s pretty trendy!

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Confessions of an Adult Hello Kitty Fan

Even though I’m a 20-something, I am not at all embarrassed of whipping out my new designer Hello Kitty credit card and debit card. I especially enjoy using them in Asian restaurants (I had one waitress act like I was Britney Spears when she saw my card). There was a literal mob scene as all the other restaurant staff ran over and were shouting “How can I get one?!? Please tell me!”. They couldn’t believe their eyes.

The Hello Kitty debit card is my favorite product out of the line. It’s a white card with the hot pink Hello Kitty logo. The Hello Kitty credit card is black with a silver logo. The coolest thing about these two cards is that it is completely free to switch to using these cards. ( I was ready and willing to pay for the ability to use them, even if I had to switch from my no-fees student account!) Whether you have a normal bank account or a student account (like I do) all you have to do is call Bank of America and make the request. You could also go into your local branch if it’s more convenient.

 So, if you’re looking to accessorize your billfold and are a Hello Kitty fan, definitely consider taking advantage of these free Hello Kitty credit cards, Hello Kitty debit cards and Hello Kitty checks. Using these cards somehow makes shopping ever more fun and almost helps ease the pain of paying for bills and services.

Hello Kitty Accessories

Sanrio, the producer of Hello Kitty has been around since 1974. The concept originated in Japan and the first product ever made was a vinyl coin purse. 25 years later, in addition to Hello Kitty credit cards and checks, there is a huge variety of Hello Kitty products available on today’s market. You name it and it probably is available for purchase. Kitchen appliances, laptop computers and even cars are out there with the official Hello Kitty logo.

 Check out these handpicked Hello Kitty accessories below from that are a must for any Hello Kitty fan. Use your new Hello Kitty Credit Card to shop for these and you’ll have a Hello Kitty sensory overload!


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      michelle seccafico 3 years ago

      Add Your Comhment...i want one how do u get one

    • seigfried23 profile image

      seigfried23 6 years ago

      Ha! I remember Hello Kitty from my young youth lol. I had backpacks and writing pads plastered with the cat. Why not have a credit card help me revisit those times?

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      MSW 8 years ago

      Am I really that ignorant or are these only available to US residents and of course Overseas?

      All in all, unavailable to Canadian Residents... Anyone care to shed some light?

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      Candie V 9 years ago from Whereever there's wolves!! And Bikers!! Cummon Flash, We need an adventure!

      Now if we could pay the bills in "Hello Kitty" cash, that would be something!!!

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      girly_girl09 9 years ago from United States

      Luckily, in the U.S. there is lots of new credit card legislation aimed at protecting young consumers and college students. Those under 18 will no longer be able to get a credit card and it will also be more difficult for college students to get credits cards as they must now prove an income and possibly even have a parent co-sign.

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      Gypsy Willow 9 years ago from Lake Tahoe Nevada USA , Wales UK and Taupo New Zealand

      Sounds dangerous to me, all the little girls will want one, and then what?

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      men are dorks 9 years ago from Namibia

      Just too glad my kids don't know about these cdt cards


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