Yes! But also, no! Like everything, it depends on your financial situation. You may think about closing a credit card that you don’t use anymore, but that could hurt your credit score.
Closing your card gives you one less credit card to worry about. Whether you worry about missing a payment or having the card lost/stolen. If you have one card that you consistently miss payments on, it’s probably best to just lose the card.
Your credit score increases the older it is. If you close your oldest credit card, your credit score will likely drop.
Also, dropping the card will decrease your overall available credit. That means any credit you do use on other card will have a larger effect on your total credit usage; which is a number you ideally want to keep low.
Instead of dropping the card completely, you could make a single purchase once every few months. Don’t ignore the card completely, or the bank will close the card for you. If you have some other credit cards that are about the same age, then it shouldn’t affect you too much to drop one. I would just try to keep my oldest card, until my next oldest is at least a couple of years old.