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The L.L.Bean Visa Card is a rewards card from Barclaycard that offers generous returns for frequent shoppers at L.L.Bean stores (both online and in person).
- Earn a 3 percent reward for L.L.Bean purchases. Cardholders earn 3 percent on all purchases made at L.L.Bean stores. Rewards come in the form of coupons that can be redeemed toward L.L.Bean merchandise.
- Earn 1 percent for all other purchases. Cardholders earn 1 percent on all other purchases, all year long.
- Receive coupons as you earn them. Rewards come in the form of $10 coupons that are sent to cardholders as they earn them.
- Free returns and free monogramming. Cardholders enjoy the benefits of free returns and free monogramming at L.L.Bean stores.
- No annual fee. There is no annual fee to use the card.
- No introductory 0 percent APR offers. The card does not offer an introductory 0 percent APR period on purchases or balance transfers.
- Foreign transaction fee. The card charges a 3 percent fee for transactions made in foreign countries.
Get it if: You have good to excellent credit and are a frequent L.L.Bean shopper.
Forget it if: You have less than good credit, or want a card that offers a broader rewards program.
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