Posted by William Charles on October 10, 2019
Credit Cards

Published on October 10th, 2019 | by William Charles

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Lands’ End Launches New Credit Card In Partnership With Comenity Bank

Lands’ End has launched a new credit card in partnership with Comenity Bank. There is a store card that can only be used at Lands’ End and a co-branded card that can be used at Land’s End and anywhere a Visa credit card is accepted. The card offers the following benefits:

  • 50% discount off your first Lands’ End purchase (includes sale priced and clearance items)
  • Free standard shipping with any Lands’ End Credit Card purchase
  • $50 off a lands’ end credit card order of $100 or more during your birthday month
  • Card earns at the following rates:
    • Spend $1 at Landsend.com or Lands’ End Stores = Earn 5 points
    • Spend $1 at gas stations, travel or restaurants = Earn 2 points
    • Spend $1 on anything else = Earn 1 point
  • 500 points = $5 rewards certificate
  • No annual fee

I can actually see this being useful if you’re a massive Lands’ End fan and could take advantage of the 50% discount on your first purchase and the birthday reward. Personally I don’t think there are any super crazy fans of Lands’ End so probably a useless card for most if not all readers.



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motty
motty

I like Lands End, but do I like them that much to take up my 5/24 slot? Probably not.

Geo
Geo

Maybe you can trade a worthless Sears Card from Citi for it!

aubergine
aubergine

convert that Sears card into a TYP Sears card and you might find that it has its charms….

Matt

Sears card is one of the top 2 cards on the market. The targeted spend offers have made me thousands this year in cashback rewards. 10 or 15% back on online shopping? Uh yes please.

JV
JV

Q3 i had 4 targeted spends simultaneously on my sears TYP card. CS asserted that they would all award bonus points. We’ll see but 10x or 15x TYP is nice

Vy
Vy

Thanks for reminding us that Lands’ End is still in business. I stopped receiving their catalogs in the mail two years ago and assumed the worst.

Gerald
Gerald

Given that they’re no longer part of Sears, they’re likely to be around for a while. Possibly they’ve reduced their catalog mailings as their online business has grown. I still get their catalogs although all my orders have been online.

Nick
Nick

Should really include free return shipping since fewer and fewer Sears stores accept Lands End returns (if said stores exist at all). Unfortunately, Lands End’s store footprint is still extremely small.

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