I've gotten Travelex Cash Passport Card in the past: Buying a Chip and Pin Card in the US for England.
More on the Travelex card:
Your Cash Passport Card is a prepaid card which is loaded with money prior to your trip, locking in the exchange rate of the funds you load each time you load, reload or transfer currencies on the card.
Oops: Fees & Limits for Your Multi-currency Cash Passport™ Prepaid Mastercard®:
Foreign Exchange Fee 5.50%
FlyerTalk Forums Thread Wiki: USA EMV cards available today (Chip & PIN -or- Chip & Signature):
What is the difference between Chip-and-Signature and Chip-and-PIN?
You insert the chipped card into the slot. The physical contact terminal will read the EMV chip and the terminal will automatically read the preferred cardholder verification methods (called CVM) for that card.
Chip-and-Signature means that the terminal will printout a receipt for you to sign. This is the most prevalent authentication for most US issued EMV cards. Chip-and-Signature helps in a way that it will get through to face-to-face merchant transactions where you and the merchant do not speak the same language.
Chip-and-PIN means that the terminal will prompt you to input a PIN for authentication. Some credit union issued credit cards will have this CVM as secondary if Chip-and-Signature cannot be done. Chip-and-PIN is the more prevalent method of authentication used outside the US, especially in transaction environments where no human interaction is needed (i.e. automated gas pumps, toll roads, train kiosks, etc.).
Using twitter to help:
AMEX - No. Chip and Signature only.
@AskAmex Do you have a card that supports Chip and Pin technology, with no foreign transaction fees?— Steve Garfield (@stevegarfield) January 31, 2014
@stevegarfield chip and signature, it needs to be requested on the card. ^R— Ask Amex (@AskAmex) January 31, 2014
@AskAmex How about Chip and Pin? When will you have that?— Steve Garfield (@stevegarfield) January 31, 2014
@stevegarfield Chip and Pin we do not offer, we offer something similar, chip and signature. ^R— Ask Amex (@AskAmex) January 31, 2014
Discover - Not yet.
@Discover Do you have a card that supports Chip and Pin technology?— Steve Garfield (@stevegarfield) January 31, 2014
@stevegarfield Hi there. We don't have one available right now, but are working to add one in the future. Please continue checking! *Miranda— Discover (@Discover) January 31, 2014
Visa - Ask a Visa Card Issuer.
@askvisa Do you have a card that supports Chip and Pin technology, with no foreign transaction fees?— Steve Garfield (@stevegarfield) January 31, 2014
@stevegarfield Hi Steve. Please address your inquiry to the financial institutions as they issue & manage all Visa cards. You’ll find (1/2)— Ask Visa (@askvisa) January 31, 2014
Chase Sapphire Preferred® Card - Chip and Signature
@ChaseSupport Does Chase Sapphire Preferred® Card have Chip and Pin technology?— Steve Garfield (@stevegarfield) January 31, 2014
@stevegarfield 1/2 We offer Chip & Signature tech on Sapphire Preferred, British Airways, Ritz-Carlton, Marriott Premier & Hyatt cards.— Chase Support (@ChaseSupport) January 31, 2014
@stevegarfield This is something we're considering, but don't have any definitive info currently. I'll ensure your feedback is reviewed. ^DS— Chase Support (@ChaseSupport) January 31, 2014
This is a handy Google Doc:
EMV cards available in the US
Bank of America Merrill Lynch adds Chip and Pin Technology to it's Travelcards:
Bank of America Merrill Lynch, a leader in card services for middle-market, large corporate and public sector clients, today announced that it is expanding chip and PIN technology to all purchasing and travel credit card products available to clients in the United States. This is the latest development in the company’s ongoing effort to rollout EMV® (EuroPay Mastercard Visa) technology to its global client base.
“We’re committed to providing the most technologically advanced solutions, which our clients increasingly need to improve efficiencies while adding another layer of security,” said Kevin Phalen, head of Global Card and Comprehensive Payables in Global Transaction Services (GTS). “More of our clients are asking for chip and PIN capability – not just for their key executives but for their entire employee base – and we have directed significant investments into our card platform to meet that demand.”
BankAmericard Travel Rewards® Credit Card.