Visa Classic Debit Card 


The Visa Classic Debit Card makes your everyday shopping and payments more convenient without the need to carry cash


  • To apply, you need to be aged 18 to 65 and a resident of Qatar. 
  • Your monthly salary needs to be a minimum of QAR 3,500 and transferred to your Commercial Bank Account.​
Annual fee
No annual/joining fee.​
Benefits & Features 
 ➢ Convenience:
  • Worldwide Acceptance: Your Visa Classic Debit Card is accepted at NAPS, GCC Net and over 1 million Visa ATMs and over 24 million merchant outlets across the world, including departmental stores, restaurants, travel agents and cinemas.
  • You can now shop online at your favorite retailer inside and outside Qatar with your Visa Classic Debit Card.

  ➢Contactless Payments - Pay on the go with CB Cards

Use your phone or smartwatch to make quick and secure contactless payments with your Commercial Bank Card.

   ​ ​Control
You Visa Classic Debit Card has clearly defined daily limit for cash withdrawal at ATMs and for purchases at merchant outlets:

Daily Cash Withdrawal LimitQAR 10,000
Daily Purchase Limit
QAR 30,000

Please note: The above limits are subject to available funds in your account and/or any Overdraft facility you may have. 
You can manage you daily Purchase and Cash withdrawal Limit via CBQ Mobile App.

  ➢ Supplementary Cards:

  • You can link up to three additional accounts to the card.​

  ➢ Security:

  • EMV chip-enabled to provide you the maximum level of security.
  • 3D secure adds an extra layer of protection to online shopping. With this feature you have 2-step authentication on every online purchase. For more details click here (link to (


  ➢ Others:
  • Free SMS transaction notification service.
  • Access your Commercial Bank Visa Classic Debit Card transaction details 24/7 via CBQ Mobile App or Internet Banking. 
  • 24/7 Call Centre support.  Call us on +974  4449 0000​


Important Links:

• To view our schedule of charges please click here

• For general terms and conditions, please click here