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    Default How long for Capital One card to arrive?

    I was approved for a Capital One card and received an email that it had been mailed and it would arrive in up to 7-10 days.

    It has now been 11 days. Does anyone know how long it takes for their credit cards to arrive in the mail?
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    This happened with Amex when I got approved with them- after near two weeks I called in to have them rush a new card as the original never came.

    Oddly enough, my Capital One card showed in within three days- not sure where they ship from to Arizona. At that point however, CapOne owned Amex as far as customer service/delivery went that day.

    Do take weekends/business days into consideration, though I'd probably call customer service to mail you a new one; a lot of mail gets lost these days.
    Currently: American Express Blue Sky, American Express Zync, Chase Freedom Visa, Capital One Newcomers--->converted to Capital One Quicksilver Mastercard NO AF
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    As ivotedale said, that time reflects business days, not calendar days. But if it has been >10 business days, have them expedite you a new card, since it's probably been lost in the mail.
    Cards I Carry:

    Visa: CitiForward Student (1k CL, 15.24%), Capital One Student Journey Rewards (.5k CL, 19.8%)
    Discover: More Student (1k CL, 17.99% regular, current rate 1.9% through 3/6/12) (Primary card at this time)
    AMEX: Blue Cash Everyday (2k CL, 21.25%)
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