3. American Express Centurion
This credit card is believed to be made of titanium, a very strong material but it is lightweight. While American Express doesn’t publicly reveal more about the Centurion card, it has been said that holders of this card should pay an initiation fee of $7,500 and an annual fee of $2,500 in each succeeding year.
4. Chase Slate
This is famous for being the only credit card without balance transfer charges for its zero percent APR introductory financing offers. However, compared to other competitive cards in the market, chase Slate offers a very unique style. The card’s face is vertically laid out, with the name of the cardholder on it, while at back is the credit card number. Chase does not charge an annual fee for Slate.
This is made of stainless steel with a back carbon that offers a unique look regardless of which side of the card you look at. It has an annual fee of $495 but it gives its customers with a complimentary luxury gift.