- In order to enable and use American Express Bluebird card a customer must be logged-on
- Bluebird can be used just like a traditional bank account, with features like direct deposit, ATM access, bill pay, and mobile check deposit (depositing a check in the account by taking a picture with a cell phone)
- Bluebird activation kits are sold only at Walmart and on the Bluebird service
It is possible to enable Bluebird card online and use it right away. Before a Bluebird card can be activated, users will need to create an account with a valid e-mail. After registering, the user’s personalized Bluebird card should arrive within 7 days.
Bluebird Activate Comments
- The Bluebird card from American Express is an easy alternative to a regular bank account
- To get a Bluebird account,
- For a Bluebird family account, cardholders must be at least 13 years old
Bluebird card allows customers get their deposit money twice faster than any other bank card. In addition, it is much safer than using paper checks. Users do not need a canceled check to set up Bluebird direct deposit.
More information about the Bluebird card
- Bluebird account do have the same FDIC insurance that most other prepaid cards do not (but most banks do), and Bluebird does offer check writing capabilities
- Any questions in regards to the Bluebird Activate process can be directed to 1-877-486-5990
The service has been working since 2012, Bluebird card provides such facilities as Green Dot card. Bluebird is issued by American Express, so cardholders even get some of the same access as regular AmEx card holders like increased identity theft protection and roadside assistance. Cardholders can get Social Security, military, or other government checks deposited straight to their Bluebird card.