Is there a list of metal credit cards?
Metal credit cards have proven to be quite popular, so new options are regularly being introduced. You can find the latest list below, based on our analysis of WalletHub’s database of 1,000+ credit card offers.
Here’s the metal credit cards list:
Which is the heaviest metal credit card?
The Ritz-Carlton Credit Card and the J.P. Morgan Reserve Card reportedly tie for the distinction of heaviest credit card, weighing in at 1 ounce each. By comparison, most other metal credit cards weigh 0.5-0.7 ounces each. And plastic credit cards generally weigh about 0.17 ounces, or 5 grams.
But it’s not the size of the credit card in the fight that matters; it’s the size of the fight in the credit card. In other words, instead of getting bogged down by your credit card’s counter appeal, focus on earning more rewards and paying less in fees. WalletHub’s free CardAdvisor tool
can help you find the right card for your needs.
How to destroy metal credit cards
You don’t want to take a knife to a metal credit card or try to put such a card through a shredder. That’s a recipe for a broken tool and perhaps a trip to the hospital. Rather, if you request a replacement card or decide to close your account, the issuer will likely send you a slip in which to return your old metal card when it mails you a new one. And the issuer will dispose of the card safely.
Procedures vary by credit card company, though. So you should call your card’s customer service department to see how it recommends dealing with an unused metal credit card.