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Re: Your best (and worst) looking cards?


Kwyjibo wrote:

My debit card is about as ugly a card as anybody could ask for. It's the color of a pale green mold, with darker green stripes running horizontally. UGLY.



Which bank is that from? Sounds pretty bad!

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Re: Your best (and worst) looking cards?


recordaras wrote:

Kwyjibo wrote:

My debit card is about as ugly a card as anybody could ask for. It's the color of a pale green mold, with darker green stripes running horizontally. UGLY.



Which bank is that from? Sounds pretty bad!


Crockett National Bank. I tried to find an image, but there wasn't one. That probably attests to how ugly it is!


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Re: Your best (and worst) looking cards?

I hate the look of my Citigold debit card. Translucent orange just doesn't do it for me.

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Re: Your best (and worst) looking cards?

I like my amex prg ,hilton surpass and citi hilton reserve.my  ink cash has a

nice design too!

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For the most part, I like the design of nearly all my cards as pictured below.  Missing from the line up are my Wells Fargo Platinum Visa, my 1st Command Platinum Visa, and my credit union debit card.  All of them are very nondescript.  The WF card is a custom design of black and grey and has a sort of simple elegance about it, but it's pretty boring. 

 

If I had to choose favourites, it would be the JP Morgan Select Visa (the brown is a nice touch, like that Harrods card) , and the Merrill Lynch Plus Platinum Visa (LOVE the silver bull on the black background) as 2 that are right up there, neck and neck.  But....for pure beauty and elegance (and now rarity), nothing surpasses that white AMEX Zync/Unicorn! ! !

 

 

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Re: Your best (and worst) looking cards?

My sister saw this card in person and made it her next card to apply for just because of the look

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Re: Your best (and worst) looking cards?


BearsAndTurtlesRtheBest wrote:

My sister saw this card in person and made it her next card to apply for just because of the look


That is a nice looking card. What are the benefits of it?

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^^Benefits are 

  • Earn 1.25 points per $1 on purchases
  • Receive a $50 statement credit if you make at least $500 in purchases in the first 90 days
  • Start redeeming points at just 2,500 points
  • Redeem points for gift cards, travel or cash
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Re: Your best (and worst) looking cards?

Not that great but just recently my sister saw one in person and it only took one look to make it her #1 card to apply for as soon as she can. 

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Re: Your best (and worst) looking cards?

My best looking card is my Chase Amazon Visa in black and my worst card is the Orchard Bank card with the American flag (so embarrassing to pull out) but I just canceled it.




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