Buy Oxford Heavy Weight Index Cards

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Oxford Heavy Weight Ruled Index Cards are ruled on one side for easy note taking. The design offers top-quality heavy commercial stock for superior durability and performance. The 3" x 5" size is versatile enough for studying, presenting, and list-making. Paper made from 10% recycled fiber with 10% post-consumer fiber. There are 100 white cards per pack.

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The ultimate study buddy

The ultimate study buddy, Oxford index cards can help you prep for tests, presentations and more. Whether you need blank, ruled or colorful options, we've got you covered.

Organize your thoughts

Organize your thoughts through a visual brainstorm, conduct a strategy planning session or plan a DIY home project—all with index cards.

Take the stress out of moving

Take the stress out of moving with colorful index cards. Color code boxes for specific rooms and label the contents on each card.

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Key Features

Perfect for flash cards, lists, presentations and more

Elevate your study and presentation prep with color coding

Spiral binding keeps index cards organized. Perforated edge for easy removal

Find and sort index cards quickly with tabbed index card guides

Organize, protect and store index cards and other small items


Blank on both sides or, ruled on front, blank on back

Blank on both sides or, ruled on front, blank on back

Ruled on front, blank on back


3"x5"; 3"x2.5"; 4"x6"; 5"x8"

3"x5"; 3"x2.5"; 4"x6"; 5"x8"

3"x5"; 4"x6"; 5"x8"

3"x5"; 4"x6"; 5"x8"

3"x5"; 4"x6"; 5"x8"; 6"x9"



Assorted Colors

White and Assorted Colors

Assorted Color Tabs and Dividers

Fiberboard Box Available in Gray or Green


Available in blank and pre-printed tabs (A-Z, 1-31, Jan.-Dec.)

Recycled Content

10% Post Consumer Fiber

10% Post Consumer Fiber

10% Post Consumer Fiber


Available in Durable Cardstock or Heavyweight Cardstock

Durable Cardstock

Durable Cardstock

Available with Durable Poly Tabs or Laminated Cardstock Tabs

Durable Fiberboard

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About this item


  • 3″ x 5″ size
  • Ruled
  • White
  • Heavy weight
  • Acid-free

Product Information


Brand Name Oxford
Item Weight 6.9 ounces
Product Dimensions 5 x 3 x 1.1 inches
Item model number 63500
Color White
Number of Items 1
Manufacturer Part Number 63500

Not as good as I had hoped

By R. B. Basham

Like many others who can remember when index cards were built to last, I was dismayed at how flimsy the usual 3×5 index cards are these days. After searching about without success for something more substantial, I was delighted to find these heavy weight cards. I am a French student, and use these for flashcards. After working with these cards for a while, and comparing them to several versions of flimsy cards, I have decided the flimsy cards are better. These Oxford Heavy Weight cards are substantially stronger, similar in durability to to playing cards, but have a major disadvantage: they do not absorb ink very well. That means that it takes about 10 seconds for the ink to dry, if using markers (such as Crayola fine line markers, which are just right for this use). If you don’t wait that long before turning the card over to write on the back, the ink smears. Having to wait quickly gets annoying. The colors of both markers and regular pens look much better on the flimsy cards, which are also whiter than the sturdy cards. I have not had any problems with curl or bleed-through from the back with the flimsy cards, and you can fit about 33% more of them in your card file. The sturdy cards tend to stick together, because they hold their shape so well, making it harder to flip though them one at a time. There may be situations where you need to have more a durable card, but I have changed my mind and concluded that the flimsy cards are better for making flashcards. The Oxford #40136 is the best of all those I have tried, and I am going to stay with them.

At Last, Index Cards Made from Cardstock!

By keithsharris

At last, index cards that are made from card stock! Our local office-supply and school-supply stores no longer carry these. Instead, all the index cards I’ve found locally and online are just 3×5 slips of stiff-ish paper. But these index cards seem to be almost double the thickness of the flimsy ones. These are the cards that old-timers used in high school and college to make flashcards, jot down references in the library, scribble to-do lists and so on. Measured thickness: The 100-card pack that arrived today is exactly 1" thick, whereas the 100-packs of flimsy cards are less than 3/4" in thickness. I’m hoping now to find these same thicker cards without lines.

Finally, Amazon sells my favorite heavy weight index cards!

By Douglas Howey

The Old Fashioned Index Cards are back! I have been buying these from Staples because no other other supplier locally sold them. Amazon now sells these great index cards! Yeah!
The cards are stiffer than the the paper, cheaply made index cards of 2014.
The Oxford 63500 Heavy Weight Lined Ruled White Index Cards are the only ones for me. 🙂

Must buy if you want premium index cards – a lot of other companies have thin see through ones

By SiscoKid

These are the actual card stock ones I was looking for. I think every company that makes index cards has started to make them out of thin see through paper to save money. If you were like me and brought other index cards thinking they were like the ones from back in the day that were able to be written on with marker and not be seen through then look no further and buy these. These are acutally thick or card stock. I even went to office max and was unable to find thick cards. Amazon wins again

Finally found the heavy weight cards

By C. Fisher

Finally, normal weight index cards! I foolishly bought the 1000 pack last year thinking they would be acceptable without heeding the warnings on the reviews. Those index cards were barely better than 3×5 sheets of paper! These are proper, thick, heavy weight cards that do not bend easily. If you prefer your cards to be thick, spend a little more and buy these.

Coating jams up some pens

By Chris Andino

i live that these are 30% the cost of fancy Levenger paper. It’s hard to find heavy-duty index cards for pocket briefcases, and I wish I could love these. There’s some kind of powder or coating on them, unevenly and unable to be removed, that makes my Montblanc freeze up. Cheap gel pens work fine, as do felt tips.

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