Lord & Taylor Card

The Lord & Taylor Card is a store charge card for Lord and Taylor that offers exclusive savings, free shipping, and some other benefits.

Where can I use my Lord & Taylor Card?

This card can only be used at Lord & Taylor stores and on the Lord & Taylor website.

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  • Rewards

    None

  • Signup Bonus Get 15% off on your first purchases at Lord & Taylor, then up to $100
  • Chip Technology Chip-and-Signature
  • Foreign Transaction Fee -
  • Intro Balance Transfer APR -
  • Regular Balance Transfer APR -
  • Cash Advance APR -
  • Penalty APR -
  • Late Fee Up to $35
  • Returned Payment Fee -

Card Benefits

Check your card's Guide to Benefits to learn the specific benefits your card offers and how to access them. Learn more about credit card benefits here.

Perks

  • Exclusive Savings
  • Online Account Management
  • Make Returns Without a Receipt
  • Free Shipping on Every Order

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