Card Expiration

Your credit card expiration date is a crucial piece of information that affects your ability to make purchases and maintain your financial security. 


What is a Credit Card Expiration Date?

A credit card expiration date is the date printed on your credit card that signifies the month and year when the card will no longer be valid for transactions. It's located on the back of your card, below the card number.

How Can You Find Your Credit Card Expiration Date?

Your credit card expiration date is printed on the back of your card, along with the cardholder's name and card number. It's important to familiarize yourself with this information and be aware of the date listed.

Why Does a Credit Card Expire?

Credit cards expire for security reasons. As technology advances, so do the methods used by fraudsters to steal sensitive information. By regularly issuing new cards with updated expiration dates, we can help prevent unauthorized use of your account.

What Happens When Your Credit Card Expires?

Your card expires on the last day of the month listed. For example, if your expiration date is 10/24, you’ll be able to keep making purchases through the month of October. On November 1st, your current card will not work. About a month before your card expires, you'll receive a new card in the mail. This new card should be activated and used immediately. Please destroy your old one.

Mission Lane will email you ahead of sending your new card. We recommend keeping all of your personal details up to date with us so we can reach you.