Like many travelers, I carry a travel wallet and have a plethora of cards, etc. to carry. I'm trying to cut that down and figure out which cards it's actually important to have in my possession. I'll list what I've got, but feel free to add things I don't have or have missed in the comments - I may have them some day, or someone else has them now, so it's valuable information. [Edit: I've simplified my list. Instead of listing EACH card, I've grouped them by TYPE. If there are exceptions, please let me know.] Things I know I should carry: Passport (US) Passport Card (US) Global Entry/SENTRI Card (US) Driver license (thanks lili!) Airline cards (airline status, alliance status, etc.) Priority Pass Card Airport FastPark Card (used for my local airport parking, but leave in car per Restless) Starbucks Gold card (used to pay for SBux) Travel credit card (I use a separate card for travel for expense purposes) Various "thank you" and "Applause" certs to reward good performance Admiral's Club Wifi Passes (two) Things I don't think I need to carry: Car rental program cards Hotel program cards Other thoughts? I should mention I've specifically not listed local cash, as that's in my "wallet wallet" not my travel pouch. What have I missed, or what am I carrying that I don't really need to? I carry the airline cards for lounge access, though my international travel has been infrequent I expect to see that pick up very, very soon (about to start working for a company that has an office in the Netherlands).