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I got State Bank of India Classic debit card with a daily ATM transaction limit of 20,000 INR per Day, and also got State Bank of India International Visa card with Daily ATM limit of Transaction 40,000 INR per Day. I have got two debit cards for the same account.

My question is can I use Both cards for a day to make ATM Cash Withdrawal sum of 60,000[Classic: 20,000+Visa: 40,000] INR per Day?

-Thank You

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    Ask State Bank of India
    – user253751
    Oct 5 '20 at 16:50
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You can't have 2 debit cards, it's likely that either the first one has expired or you have requested an upgrade, you have a new debit card. The limit on the new card will apply.

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    This was my exact thought upon reading the question. Until proven otherwise, I would assume this is correct.
    – TTT
    Oct 6 '20 at 5:35
  • Actually, SBI allows account holders to have/use 2 or up to 6 different types of debit cards[ex: Mastro, VISA, RuPay, Gold, Platinum...]. every card charged for annual maintenance. as I mentioned in my question my 2 debit cards are different and both are working fine. I am currently making transactions using my 2 cards. so your answer seems not accurate.
    – Sathish
    Oct 6 '20 at 18:30

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