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.

This is a store-branded card. You may be able to get better rewards and terms with a general-use reward credit card instead.

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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.

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 4 reviews
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!

by Rogenie Cordero

Accidentally overpaid the card in July 1st. Here we are almost 20 days later, the excess fund that was sent to them is still frozen despite the fact that it has cleared through my bank 3 days after the payment. Do not get this card. The headache is not worth the penny rewards they boast. Horrible horrible horrible service too.

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