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The Heaviest Credit Cards List (2022.11 Update: US Bank Shopper: 14g)

physixfan      2022-11-02     2022-11-02

Credit Cards Comparison

Metal Card

2022.11 Update: The new card US Bank Shopper is 14g in weight.

2022.7 Update: The new card Wells Fargo Autograph is 11g in weight.

2022.4 Update: The new card Bilt Mastercard (0 annual fee) is also a metal card! Its weight is 16g.

Most credit cards are made of plastic of approximately 5 grams (g) of plastic, but some are made of metal. Not all metal cards have the same weight, which begs the question… which card is heaviest?

Annual fee: $450. You need to be a client of JP Morgan Private Bank in order to be eligible for this card (requires $10M investable assets).

Annual fee: $995

Annual fee: $495. HT: reader Ray.

Annual fee: $450

Annual fee: $5,000. You have to be invited to apply for this card, there is no public application link. HT: reader erikfeifei.

Annual fee: $550

Annual fee: $395. You need to have a HSBC Premier account in order to be eligible for this card. HT: reader Michael.

Annual fee: $395

Annual fee: $95

Annual fee: $0

Annual fee: $400

Annual fee: $0.

Annual fee: $400

Annuel fee: $95

Annual fee: $0

Annual fee: $250

Annual fee: $450

Annual fee: $250

Annual fee: $95

Annual fee: $0

Annual fee: $450

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Annual fee: $95

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Annual fee: $0

Annual fee: $550

Annual fee: $450

Annual fee: $0

Annual fee: $95. HT: Erik.

Annual fee: $0

Usual Plastic cards: 5g

Appendix: Discontinued Cards

Chase Ritz-Carlton: 28g! Annual fee: $450

Note: After Chase Ritz-Carlton stopped taking new applications in 2018.7 (you can still product change to this card), the material seems to have been replaced with less heavy metal.

New card (12g):

Old card (28g):

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