This Perma-Graphic credit card arrived in the mail recently (front and back shown). It was originally issued by Topps in 1981, but it's still good today.
The cards are printed on plastic of a similar thickness to any other valid credit card. Similar length and width, too.
And just as with many other brands, they're available in a variety of designs. I went with Keith Hernandez here, who'd soon win the first of his two World Series Championships. By this point he'd already won three Gold Glove awards and taken home a share of the 1979 MVP award. Pretty good player to represent your credit rating, don't you think?
As for the full list of designs on offer, there are 32 in all, with many of the big names you'd expect. The first five cards will give you an idea: Bench, Schmidt, Brett, Yastrzemski, Rose.
And if that's not enough, there's this (in fine print at the bottom of the card):
AS A COLLECTOR OF THE LIMITED EDITION SUPER STAR CREDIT CARD SERIES YOU ARE RECOGNIZED AS A LOYAL BASEBALL FAN AND A MEMBER IN GOOD STANDING OF THE ELITE SUPER STAR FAN CLUB.
Surely your local department store manager will recognize that you—in good standing of the elite super star fan club—can charge items throughout the store with no limit.
Why not pick one up for yourself today?
(Note: I am an unpaid spokesperson)