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Re: Bit the bullet and applied for Discover It today....

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Re: Bit the bullet and applied for Discover It today....

Is the It card made out of the same material as the normal plastic cards? When I saw one in person it looked thicker and like it had a different texture, not the glossy thin looking plastic like the More card. I know it's not metal (how sweet would that be?!) but it looks different than the traditional plastic card. Can anyone explain? I should have it tomorrow!

1st Financial Bank USA Mastercard (2007) $1,900.00
Chase Sapphire Preferred (2008) $16,000
American Express Gold (April 2013) NPSL
Discover It (April 2013) $5,000
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