Intermediate crack-induced debonding is one of the most dominant failure modes in FRP-strengthened RC beams. Different code models and provisions have been proposed to predict intermediate crack-induced debonding failure. Out of all the existing code provisions and models, four typical ones are investigated in the current study. A comprehensive comparison among these code provisions and models is carried out in order to evaluate their performance and accuracy. Test results of ﬂexural specimens with intermediate crack-induced debonding failure collected from the existing literature are used in the current comparison. The effectiveness and accuracy of each model have been evaluated based on these experimental results. It is shown that the current recommendations are inadequite to effectively mitigate intermediate crack-induced debonding in flexurally strengthened members.