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The L.L.Bean Mastercard offers rewards and perks geared towards those who frequently shop with L.L. Bean. These include 4% cash back in store with perks ranging from free shipping to occasional special offers and discounts.
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Update: The L.L. Bean Mastercard is currently not available for new applicants.
If you like to shop for outdoor clothing and equipment, the L.L.Bean Mastercard offers some solid rewards: 4% cash back at L.L.Bean, with 2% back at gas stations and restaurants.
The rewards you earn will be in the form of Bean Bucks. Bean Bucks won’t expire as long as you use your card at least once every 24 months.
Just for having the card, you get exclusive sales and special offers at L.L.Bean, as well as free shipping on returns. You’ll also get free monogramming for any L.L.Bean clothing you buy with the card.
As of July 2018, the L.L.Bean Mastercard is issued by Citi. It was previously issued by Barclays as part of the Visa network, as the L.L.Bean Visa Card.
Since the switch to Citi, we’ve been seeing a lot of reports of problems using the card or dealing with customer service. You may want to review those comments before applying for this card.