Card games are absolutely fun, but also absolutely messy. Especially Cards Against Humanity, which we love so much that we can’t help but get every single pack and edition (e.g. Cards Against Muggles, Cards Against Disney).

It is that fun! But, again, it tends to get messy too.

Are there any solutions to that?

Of course, there are! Thankfully there are a lot of ways to organize your favorite and our favorite cards – Cards Against Humanity.

Speaking of favorite cards, check out our Cards Against Humanity Review.

Yes. Favorite cards…it can also get frustrating when they get damaged by accidentally spilling tea/coffee on them, or when it comes with damaged packaging.

In our case, we need a case! Yes. There are so many options, and of course, as usual, we did our research, checked out all of them, and selected the best. 

Whether you want a case to simply keep your cards organized, and stored, or you want a case that’s easy to carry when going at your cousin’s to play with, or simply a picnic or even when you drink with it you need one of the listed cases!

This list has it all! 

Editor’s Top Picks

The best storage case: Cards Against Humanity Bigger Blacker Box (fits 2,500 cards)
“You can fit a cat in it… Of course, if the cat agrees!”

Best aesthetics case: Bluetech Case (fits 1,400 cards)
“Comes in three colors: Pink, Green, Black. It fits the entire Cards Against Humanity main game, plus other expansion packs you might want to add to it. Fits up to 1400 cards.”

Best traveling case: I Have the Biggest Deck (fits 2,200+ cards)
“It is very suitable for traveling because of the handle which makes possible an easier carrying of the case.”

Best adjustable case: Quiver Time (fits 820 cards)
“Comes with a shoulder strap, 1 hand strap, 3 velvo dividers, 2 acrylic separators, 2 corner pads, and 100 premium clear sleeves. Which are super helpful and useful.”

Best small storage case: Caseling Case (fits 630 cards)
“Fits only 630 cards, which is perfect if you don’t have many cards, and don’t want a big case that’ll take way too much place.”

Best protective/resistant case: The Big Black Metal Box (fits 2,500 cards)
“SUPER STRONG 2021 DESIGN – Our super strong design means your cards won’t get spoiled, and this case won’t fall apart within days of purchase! Our cases are built to last you a lifetime!”

Best Carrying Case: Caseling Case (fits 1,650 cards)
It is the perfect medium case. With an easy-to-use handle, making it very easy to carry.”

Cards Against Humanity Bigger Blacker Box

Number of cards it can fit: 2,500

Amazon rating: 4.6 out of 5 stars (5,471 ratings)

Price: $15 

Specifics/design:

  • From the manufacturer: “Includes 50 blank cards, the 20-card Box Expansion, and some surprises. Who knows what’s in there?
  • This is the case designed officially by Cards Against Humanity, exactly for Cards Against Humanity games. It fits 2,500 cards.
  • It is perfect for storing your C.A.H main game and its expansions. Not very easy to carry it when going elsewhere though.
  • You can fit a cat in it… Of course if the cat agrees!
  • “No matter how big we make this box, it will never be big enough for you.”

What’s so special about this case?

It is a box, feels very firm and it is the perfect, the actual perfect thing in which you can store your C.A.H cards. 

Buut, it is also one of those perfect things that you can only keep in your house, because it is not a bag-like box, there is no handle, it is just a box.

However, it is very useful to keep your cards safe and organised.

Best Protective Case: The Big Black Metal Box

Number of cards it can fit: 2,500

Amazon rating: 4.7 out of 5 stars (157 ratings)

Price: $69.99 plus shipping

Specifics/design:

  • From the manufacturer: “SUPER STRONG 2021 DESIGN – Our super strong design means your cards won’t get spoiled, and this case won’t fall apart within days of purchase! Our cases are built to last you a lifetime!”
  • Has a metal frame construction, and a carrying handle.
  • Comes with plastic card dividers.

What’s so special about this case?

Despite the fact that this is a metal-framed case, this one in fact has a soft interior. Also comes with card dividers which are super-helpful for organizing everything inside the box.

It comes even more handy if you wanna go somewhere further from your home. Grab the handle and go anywhere with it!

Portable Case: I Have the Biggest Deck

Number of cards it can fit: 2,200+

Amazon rating: 4.8 out of 5 stars (1,059 ratings)

Price: $39.99 plus shipping

Specifics/design:

  • From the manufacturer: “Premium Case Features – Tough durable outside, super soft inside, strong zippers, comfortable handle for carrying, inner mesh pocket for storage, and 9 removable/customizable dividers to fit ANY size collection!”
  • It is very suitable for traveling because of the handle which makes possible an easier carrying of the case.
  • Can fit the main Cards Against Humanity game, and all of the expansions. Fits over 2,200 cards. 

What’s so special about this case?

We are not going to ignore the sense of humor used in this case. No, in fact, we love the fact that they took the chance and finally made the joke.

Besides that, this case is, in fact, very useful. Fits a lot of cards, the handle makes it easy to travel with, and comes with 9 card dividers!

Best Carrying Case: Caseling Case

Number of cards it can fit: 1,650 cards

Amazon rating: 4.6 out of 5 stars (2,143 ratings)

Price: $22.99-$24.99 plus shipping

Specifics/design:

  • From the manufacturer: “100% SAFE: Water Resistance, Shockproof & Dust-proof to protect your device safely and securely with an easy grip handle.”
  • Is perfect for both storage and traveling since it comes with a handle which is super useful when taking it somewhere.
  • Has a soft interior. And comes with 6 dividers, which you can move to your convenience or simply remove them completely – Your choice.

What’s so special about this case?

This one will be useful to those who don’t have so many cards, yet they have a few expansions besides the main game of Cards Against Humanity.

Since it fits 1,650 cards you will have plenty of space to organise your cards, yet not that much extra space you won’t need to use. 

It is the perfect medium case. With an easy-to-use handle, making it very easy to carry.

Best aesthetics case: Bluetech Case

Number of cards it can fit: 1,400 cards

Amazon rating: 4.8 out of 5 stars (402 ratings)

Price: 12.99 plus shipping

Specifics/design:

  • Comes in three colors: Pink, Green, Black.
  • Has a hard exterior and it is waterproof, or as the manufacturer described it “weather resistant”, and shockproof – making it also perfect to travel with.
  • It fits the entire Cards Against Humanity main game, plus other expansion packs you might want to add to it. Fits up to 1400 cards.
  • From the manufacturer: “Our considerate cache case comes with five removable dividers for better organization and visualization, and a mesh pocket in the lid for additional storage.”

What’s so special about this case?

Not only that it has so many functions and it is super useful, this case is also stylish for the people who care about the looks of a case too. 

Comes in Pink, Green, Black. The packaging gives a nice pleasing feeling just by looking at it. 

You can use it for storage, and for travel. And it fits 1,400 cards, which is awesome!

The Big Black Metal Box (long version)

Number of cards it can fit: 1,400

Amazon rating: 4.6 out of 5 stars (318 ratings)

Price: $39.99 plus shipping

Specifics/design:

  • From the manufacturer: “STRONG BLACK ALUMINIUM CASE – Especially Designed To Hold Your Card Collections”
  • Soft interior for keeping the cards in a better condition.
  • It can only fit 1,400 cards. Meaning it can fit the main Cards Against Humanity, and a few expansion packs.

What’s so special about this case?

Its material is not the usual type of material used in other cases. It makes a pretty big advantage to it since it makes it more durable, and your cards can be safe and locked nicely even if the box falls off the shelf (for any reason that might happen). Also, this case might be perfect for the Muggles Against Humanity version.

Also, it is handy and good looking. Looks a bit mysterious too, which is nice, because you can leave it in your living room, and it’ll look like a decoration you decided to pick just because.

Caseling Large Case

Number of cards it can fit: 1,400 cards

Amazon rating: 4.6 out of 5 stars (2,898 ratings)

Price: $19.99 plus shipping

Specifics/design:

  • “Uniquely designed to custom fit your C. A. H. card game and for Crabs Adjust Humidity”
  • It fits the main game, and the 1-6 expansions plus the holiday pack. Meaning, you can fit 1,400 cards inside this case (without card dividers).
  • Has a hard exterior case, and a soft interior. Which makes it more durable, long-lasting, and easier to use & keep.
  • Has a practical zipper, and a practical design. Perfect for storage and keeping it at home.
  • Not so good if you’re going to want to take it somewhere else other than your home.

What’s so special about this case?

It is a simple case, and it is perfect for just storing cards. Fits 1,400 cards, an average number. 

Useful, practical, and absolutely handy. It is one of those standard card cases almost everyone has, and will not get rid of even if it can’t fit your over 2,000 cards because you bought every expansion and edition.

You just want to keep this one!

Best adjustable case: Quiver Time Case

Number of cards it can fit: 820 cards

Amazon rating: 4.9 out of 5 stars (1,946 ratings)

Price: $34.90-$39.90 plus shipping

Specifics/design:

  • Comes in 4 colors: Teal, Violet, Black, Red.
  • Comes with a shoulder strap, 1 hand strap, 3 velvo dividers, 2 acrylic separators, 2 corner pads, and 100 premium clear sleeves. Which are super helpful and useful.
  • “Water-resistant hard exterior made of durable PU leather”
  • Because of the shoulder/hand straps this is also suitable for traveling, or simply taking it with you while going at your cousin’s.
  • You don’t have to worry about spilling tea on it!

What’s so special about this case?

A leather hard exterior. Super classy. 

Plus it comes in 4 colors, and it looks amazing in each of them. Besides the outsides, this baby has the function pretty nicely thought. 

Fits 820 cards, for the ones that want to keep things organized but don’t have an obsession with expansion packs and editions. 

Can be used as a storing case, but also you can take it with you wherever you want to because of the hand and shoulder straps it comes with.

Best Small Storage Case: Caseling Zippered Case

Number of cards it can fit: 630 cards

Amazon rating: 4.6 out of 5 stars (2,898 ratings)

Price: $13.88 plus shipping

Specifics/design:

  • Has movable dividers in order for you to adjust the space of the case depending on your needs.
  • Soft interior which is great for the cards to last longer.
  • Only for standard cards like Cards Against Humanity, and others with a similar size. 
  • Fits only 630 cards, which is perfect if you don’t have many cards, and don’t want a big case that’ll take way too much place.

What’s so special about this case?

It is that one classy case, in which when you open it, you see the main C.A.H game, and one of its expansion packs. 

For those of you who want to keep things simple, and just store and keep your cards safe without having too much room occupied, this is your case. This is, indeed, your case.

Carrying Case Compatible: SmaCase

A preview with Cards Against Humanity inside:

Number of cards it can fit: variable

Amazon rating: 4.6 out of 5 stars (404 ratings)

Price: $12.99 plus shipping

Specifics/design:

  • Can be used for multiple purposes, one of which can be card storing.
  • Has enough space for 1,000+ cards
  • Easy to carry, and easy to fit in backpacks since it is originally designed for gopros.

A lot of people have been trying this case, and it seems to have worked just fine for them. We tested it, and it is indeed just fine. 

All you have to do is remove the soft spongy part that’s meant for the gopro, and put your card dividers inside. And voila! You’ve got yourself, a cheap, practical, and useful case for you C.A.H cars!

You might also need…

Something writable which is very helpful to organize your cases full of cards. Especially if you’ve got a lot of expansion packs, or simply editions.

Cardking Pro Card dividers

Number of card dividers: 12

Amazon rating: 4.7 out of 5 stars (72 ratings)

Price: $16.99 plus shipping

Specifics/design:

  • From the manufacturer: “LABELS: Writable Labels for Easy Indexing (12pcs Included)”
  • Each of the dividers has a clear removable film. Which you can remove after you buy them.

DIY Cards Against Humanity Cases

Well, we know that some of you like to do the challenging part, so we got your back.

We made a section for those who are “Do It Yourself”, follow the guide below, I’m pretty sure you’ll make it out a good one, and we would love to see your DYI case, Hit us at our email by sending images for your work, and there’s a chance to be featured here.

What you’re going to need:

  1. A huge cardboard, thick enough to hold cards, and become a box. (common sense)
  2. Scissors/scalper
  3. Glue
  4. Pen (optional)
  5. Enthusiasm to start making the box! Yay!

What you’re going to do:

  1. Cut it carefully, as it is shown in the picture.
  2. Glue it together.
  3. With the pen write whatever you wish on it.
  4. If it doesn’t look like a box, you’ve done it wrong!
  5. You can also make/buy a few card dividers (4 recommended)

You just made yourself a box that fits 2,500 cards. Congrats!!

Final Word

These are cases for every type of C.A.H person out there.

Starting from the clumsy ones who spill tea and coffee in almost everything, to the ones who want things super organized and tacked in their places.

Card games are messy, and a case that keeps them organized, protected, and long-lasting is the answer to go with. 

Even though we’re horrible people, we like things organized…

…Well, sometimes.

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