Nordstrom Visa Signature Card

The Nordstrom Visa Signature Card is a step up from the regular Nordstrom Card. It is offered to customers who spend frequently at Nordstrom.

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  • Rewards
    • Earn 2 points for every $1 spent on purchases made at Nordstrom, Nordstrom Rack and
    • Earn 1 point for every $1 spent on all purchases
  • Signup Bonus None
  • Chip Technology Chip-and-Signature
  • Foreign Transaction Fee 0%
  • Intro Balance Transfer APR -
  • Regular Balance Transfer APR -
  • Cash Advance APR 26.90% (Variable)
  • Penalty APR 29.90% (Variable)
  • Late Fee Up to $38
  • Returned Payment Fee $25

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.


  • Benefits change depending on how much you spend. Spending levels are displayed below.

Up to $1,999

  • Nordstrom Notes: Get a $20 note every time you earn 2,000 points.
  • Alteration Services: Up to $100 in Nordstrom Notes.
  • Triple Points Days – 1 day
  • Holiday Savings
  • Anniversary Sale Early Access


  • Same benefits as previous spending levels, plus…
  • Alteration Services: Up to $200 in Nordstrom Notes.
  • Triple Points Days – 2 days


  • Same benefits as previous spending levels, plus…
  • Alteration Services: Up to $300 in Nordstrom Notes.
  • Triple Points Days – 3 days
  • Exclusive Experiences: Examples include, far-off destinations and behind-the-scenes adventures to exclusive access to top designers.


  • Same benefits as previous spending levels, plus…
  • Alteration Services: Unlimited alterations in the form of credits on your Nordstrom card statement.
  • Triple Points Days – 4 days
  • VIP Access to In-store Events

Visa Signature Benefits

  • This card comes with Visa Signature benefits. You will be provided with a list of benefits available to you once you get approved for your card.

Visitor Reviews

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 6 reviews
by Christina
bad Business practices

I love Nordstrom. Or should I say, loved. I have been using the debit rewards program for a few years. A month ago I was checking out and offered a credit card and so I applied. I was offered a 5K limit. This was verbally stated. I then received the card in the mail with a paper that verified this credit limit. After using the card for a few weeks earning points to shop in their stores, i.e. using it at the market and for gas, I created an online account. The account status also verified the credit limit.In six weeks I used almost all of the available credit. And they did not like that. They decided to rescind their agreement and without communicating any change occurred they simply cut the credit limit in half which immediately put my account in an over limit status. They said the limit I was given was a clerical error. Which is a flat out lie.In my experience businesses who respect their customer or need their customer to return will put their foot where their mouth is. If they say the fare is $100 and it was a clerical error, they honor it. But not Nordstrom. When I make an agreement with someone or something, it means I will keep my word. And quite frankly, if I do not, the bank would hold me to it until I do. There is no path for me to force them to keep their word. Therefore this is not a mutual business relationship but a one sided taker relationship. As far as I understand economics, the 18-22% interest is the risk payoff that they earn to keep their part in this relationship.Presently, there is a manufacturer who is producing a sofa because they thought I had money to order it. So did I. Nordstrom decided not to honor their word and they have rescinded the charge a month after it was previously approved. Since I am a woman of my word, I'm going to have to scramble to pay this manufacturer.I will pay the Nordstrom card off in one lump sum and cut it up never to use their banking or reward system again. I won't give takers who do not respect their customer my business. They need to understand that if not for the consumer, they would not exist. Respect your customer.

by RoseyK
As Good As It Gets

One of my go to cards, I have the Nordstrom Signature card and it works perfectly for ANY purchases I make...extremely reliable. I have the lowest interest rate offered which is better than any other store, period. 11.65. I shop at Bloomies, I use my Nordstrom card. Most store cards APR is 25 to 26 percent APR. I do shop there quite a bit so it is a win win for me. EXcellent service best return policy on the market! A great place to Shop and exceptional quality merchandise!

by Annette Wilkinson
Not reliable for non-Nordstrom purchases

They will decline a non-Nordstrom purchase at the drop of a hat, always mouthing the "it's for your protection" line. It doesn't matter if it's for $7 or $700, they will declare it suspicious. It's like they are dictating what I can buy, when, and how much I pay for it. As a result I use other credit cards more, limiting this one to Nordstrom purchases only.

by BDL
great service

We have always had a very good experience with customer service for Nordstrom Visa Signature. No foreign transaction fee a bonus. We easily obtained cards for all family members. The bonus rewards are nice. I think it is a good card.

by A.C.
No Foreign Transaction Fee

The quick facts about this card states that there is a 1% Foreign Transaction Fee, but in fact, Nordstrom covers that fee for the cardholder, FYI!

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