We all already know what the most exclusive credit cards are: the Amex Centurion and Chase Palladium. Have we ever stopped and wondered who did the best in designing the aesthetic looks of their cards?
We’ve examined hundreds of credit cards and compiled a list of the sexiest looking cards. We’re not judging these cards by how exclusive they are, but rather how much effort and time was put into the design.
So without further adieu, here are our top picks of the world’s sexiest credit cards.
The Ritz-Carlton Rewards Visa
It’s clean. It’s simple. And brings sexy back. The lion and crown logo represents the British royal seal (the crown) and the logo of a financial backer (the lion). This card gives you access to airport lounges and some nice upgrades if you’re feeling fancy enough to stay at a Ritz Carlton property. Annual fee comes at a hefty price tag: $395/year.
If you had an Amex Platinum, you already know that they recently restricted access to the AA Admirals Lounge. This card is a great substitute. It’s great for travelers and gives you access to private jets and concierge service. Annual fee on this bad boy is $450.
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Capital One Quicksilver
Finally, a good looking card that’s attainable for most of us. This card offers 1.5% cash back on every purchase. If you’re a jet-setter and don’t need a concierge to buy something on Amazon, this card will suffice. It might not look as fancy as the Centurion or Palladium, but it definitely comes close!
Chase Disney Rewards- Vintage Mickey Mouse
Nope, this isn’t a joke..and here’s why. Putting a cartoon character on a credit card isn’t an easy feat. It’ll look childish, outlandish, and will most likely lack class. By using the vintage look with a gradient background, you’ll make every store clerk who swipes this card jealous. You’ll get a 15% discount on guided tours and 10% off dining at select restaurants.
Shinhan Korean Air Skypass
Shinhan bank was the first established bank in Seoul, Korea. What’s interesting about this card is that it’s designed to mimic the outline of an airplane with 3 windows. While most airline credit cards simply slap their logo on the card or have a picture of an airline where a five year old kid could draw, Shinhan uses their creativity to deliver an elegant design.