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Credit Cards in United States 2016-2017

As of 2017, the USA has a population of 326.91 millions with a GDP(gross domestic product) of USD$19,485 billions. This translates into USD$59,605 of GDP per capita.

As at 31st December 2016, there are 1,022.6 million credit cards issued in the USA(3.15 cards per capita), an increase of 24,500,000 or 2.45% compares to 998.1 million in the same period in 2015. There are 311.5 million debit cards in the USA as at 31st December 2016, an increase of 4.2 millions or 1.37% compares to 307.3 million in the same period in 2015. Cards with a cash function(includes credit and debit cards with a cash function) increase by 7.6 million or 0.83% to 920.9 million as at 31st December 2016, compares to 913.3 million in the same period in 2015.

Total Card Payments in Volume and Value (estimated figures)
For 2017, there are 103,291 millions of card payment transactions in the USA(315.96 transactions per capita), an increase of 6,329 millions or 6.53% compares to 96,962 millions in 2016. Out of these transactions, 67,847 millions or 63.21% is paid by credit cards, an increase of 4,116 millions or 6.46% compares to 63,731 millions in 2016. The rest of card payment transactions(35,444 millions) are paid by debit cards, an increase of 2,213 millions or 6.66% compares to 33,231 millions in 2016.

The total card payments for 2017 is USD$5,730.88 billions in value(USD$17,530 per capita), an increase of USD$317.96 billions or 5.87% compares to USD$5,412.92 billions in 2016. This also translates into €55.48 per card payment transaction, a marginal decrease from €55.83 in 2016. Out of these transactions, USD$3,158.82 billions or 55.12% is paid by credit cards, an increase of USD$177.87 billions or 5.97% compares to USD$2,980.95 billions in 2016. The rest of card payments, USD$2,572.06 billions in value is paid by debit cards, an increase of USD$140.09 billions or 5.76% compares to USD$2,431.97 billions in 2016.

United States Credit Card Statistics 2009

USD$1.9 trillion Credit Cards Spending in the United States
In 2009, there are 21.6 billion credit card transactions in the US, a decrease of 0.1 billion transactions or 0.2% per year from 2006 to 2009, compares to 21.7 billion transactions in 2006. The 21.6 billion credit card transactions accounted for 19.81% of the total 109 billion noncash payment transactions in the US in 2009 (25.56% of the total 84.5 billion noncash payment transactions electronic payment in the US in 2009), compares to 22.79% of the total 95.2 billion noncash payment transactions in 2006.
The total 21.6 billion credit card transactions for 2009 generated USD$1.9 trillion in value, a decrease of USD$0.2 trillion transactions or 3.4% per year from 2006 to 2009, compares to USD$2.1 trillion in 2006. The value generated accounted for 2.63% of the total USD$72.2 trillion noncash payment transactions in the US in 2009; and 4.68% of the total USD$40.6 trillion electronic payment transactions in the US in 2009.
The average value per transaction decrease by USD$9 from USD$98 in 2006 to USD$89 in 2009(3.1% decrease per year from 2006 to 2009).

In 2006, there are 21.7 billion credit card transactions in the US, an increase of 2.7 billion transactions or 4.6% per year from 2003 to 2006, compares to 19.0 billion transactions in 2003.
The total 21.7 billion credit card transactions for 2006 generated USD$2.1 trillion in value, a increase of USD$0.4 trillion transactions or 7.8% per year from 2003 to 2006, compares to USD$1.7 trillion in 2003.
The average value per transaction increase by USD$9 from USD$89 in 2003 to USD$98 in 2006(3.1% increase per year from 2003 to 2006).
Notes: Figures may not add due to rounding.

The decline in credit card spending is most probably due to the economic recession and may not represent changes in payments preferences of consumers and businesses. Furthermore, many credit card accounts are closed and issuance of new credit cards is limited during the financial crisis.

General purpose credit card
In 2009, there are 19.9 billion general purpose credit card transactions, an increase of 0.9 billion transactions or 1.6% per year from 2006 to 2009, compares to 19.0 billion transactions in 2006. The 19.9 billion general purpose credit card transactions accounted for 92.13% of the total 21.6 billion credit card transactions in the US in 2009, compares to 87.56% of the total 21.7 billion credit card transactions in 2006.
The total 19.9 billion general purpose credit card transactions for 2009 generated USD$1.7 trillion in value, a decrease of USD$0.2 trillion transactions or 2.9% per year from 2006 to 2009, compares to USD$1.9 trillion in 2006. Despite of 1.6 percent average annual growth in the number of transactions, the transaction value declined 2.9% per year from 2006 to 2009. And the average value per general purpose credit card transaction decrease from USD$99 in 2006 to USD$86 in 2009(4.4% decrease per year from 2006 to 2009).
Purchases more than $25 accounted for 56.3%(11.2 billion transaction) of all general purpose credit card and 94.4%($USD1.624 trillion) of the value of transactions. Purchases less than $5 accounted for 10.7%(2.1 billion transaction) of all transactions. These low value transactions suggest credit cards are used widely for day-to-day transactions as well.

In 2006, there are 19.0 billion general purpose credit card transactions, an increase of 3.8 billion transactions or 7.6% per year from 2003 to 2006, compares to 15.2 billion transactions in 2003. The 19.0 billion general purpose prepaid card transactions accounted for 87.56% of the total 21.6 billion credit card transactions in the US in 2006, compares to 80% of the total 19.0 billion credit card transactions in 2003.
The total 19.0 billion general purpose credit card transactions for 2006 generated USD$1.9 trillion in value, an increase of USD$0.5 trillion transactions or 9.9% per year from 2003 to 2006, compares to USD$1.4 trillion in 2003. The average value per general purpose credit card transaction increase from USD$93 in 2003 to USD$$99 in 2006(2.1% increase per year from 2003 to 2006).

The 19.9 billion general purpose card transactions in 2009 can be further brokendown into card present and card not present transactions.
16.1 billion or 81% were card present transactions, while the rest 3.8 billion or 19% were equally shared by e-commerce and mail or telephone transactions. Card not present e-commerce (i.e. made via the Internet) made up 9.5% or 1.9 billion transactions and card not present mail or telephone made up another 9.5% or 1.9 billion transactions.
In-person credit card payments have lower average values than card not present transactions. This is reflected in low average value of USD$76 for card present transactions; in comparison to the high average value of USD$145 for mail or telephone transactions, and USD$119 for e-commerce transactions.

Contactless card payments accounted for 20 million of the general purpose credit card payments in 2009(0.1% of all general purpose card payments), with a total value of USD$1 billion. The contactless card readers are installed for fast and convenience payment, without having to swipe the credit card at the point of sale. It is generally used for low value transaction by cardholders. And this is evidence by the low average value of USD$43 for contactless card payments, which is is half that of the USD$86 average general purpose credit card transactions and $33 less than the USD$76 average card present transaction.
Notes: Figures may not add due to rounding.

Private label credit cards
In 2009, there are 1.7 billion private label credit card transactions, a significant decrease of 1.1 billion transactions or 15.3% per year from 2006 to 2009, compares to 2.8 billion transactions in 2006. The 1.7 billion private label credit card transactions accounted for 7.87% of the total 21.6 billion credit card transactions in the US in 2009, compares to 12.90% of the total 21.7 billion credit card transactions in 2006.
The total 1.7 billion private label credit card transactions for 2009 generated USD$200 billion in value, a decrease of USD$100 billion transactions or 7.2% per year from 2006 to 2009, compares to USD$300 billion in 2006. However, the average value per private label credit card transaction increase from USD$92 in 2006 to USD$121 in 2009(9.6% increase per year from 2006 to 2009).
Notes: Figures may not add due to rounding.

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