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Frequent Contributor
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Registered: ‎06-01-2014

Most aesthetically pleasing cards?

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My vote goes to...

 

Chase Slate

Amex Blue

Discover IT

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Re: Most aesthetically pleasing cards?

Amex Blue

 

Discover IT + it doesn't scratch which makes it continue to look great

 

Barclay Arrival Plus WMCE

 

Those are probably my favorite.


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Re: Most aesthetically pleasing cards?

CSP of course Smiley Happy

 

+1 on the Barclar Arrival Plus WMCE.

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Re: Most aesthetically pleasing cards?

My vote goes to CSP and Amex PRG.


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Re: Most aesthetically pleasing cards?

my chase sapphire , Amex BCE/ Everyday , and Discover it card in Garnet red at my favorite Smiley Happy


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Re: Most aesthetically pleasing cards?

Ritz, CSP, Arrival+, Merrill+, AMEX Green Smiley Wink

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Re: Most aesthetically pleasing cards?

I have 8 different designs for my Discover More card, of which my favorite is the Ducks Unlimited, followed by NYC skyline.

Amex blue and PRG are also pretty good.

Chase United Explorer has a CSP kind of look which is awesome.

I still have the old version of the Barclay Arrival Plus. Does the new version look significantly better? I'll request the new version if it does. Smiley Happy
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Re: Most aesthetically pleasing cards?

Amex Centurion, Platinum, and Gold

Marriot Rewards Chase


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Re: Most aesthetically pleasing cards?


navajomyst2003 wrote:

My vote goes to CSP and Amex PRG.


+1

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Re: Most aesthetically pleasing cards?

I would say....Amex Blue. 


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