L.L.Bean Visa Card
As you may have heard, L.L.Bean has decided to discontinue its relationship with Bank of America,* the issuer of the L.L.Bean Visa Card, effective June 30, 2008.
Some of our customers have called with questions about materials sent by Bank of America describing an "upgrade" to their account. These materials refer to the credit card Bank of America intends to issue as a replacement for your L.L.Bean Visa Card. We’d like to clarify that this card is not an L.L.Bean Visa Card and will not offer L.L.Bean benefits.
We have partnered with a new issuer to provide the NEW L.L.Bean Visa Card. All the benefits our Cardmembers enjoy today will continue with the new L.L.Bean Visa Card, plus a valuable new benefit: Free Return Shipping.
As of July 1, 2008, the only way to continue to receive L.L.Bean benefits will be with the NEW L.L.Bean Visa Card. You will need to apply for your new card on or around July 1, 2008.** As that date approaches, we will be providing more information concerning this new card, along with details on how to apply.
At L.L.Bean, there is no relationship more valuable than the one we have with you, our customer. Thank you for your patience during this transition.
Why is July 1, 2008, an important date to remember?
Why is L.L.Bean making this change?
How can I get the new L.L.Bean Visa Card?
Will the new L.L.Bean Visa Card offer the same benefits?
Can I continue to use my current L.L.Bean Visa Card?
You will also continue to earn Coupon Dollars on eligible transactions during this time. For every 10 L.L.Bean Coupon Dollars your account earns through June 30, 2008, Bank of America will send you a $10 L.L.Bean Coupon.
Effective July 1, 2008, your L.L.Bean benefits with this card will end. No credit card, other than the new L.L.Bean Visa Card, will provide you with these L.L.Bean benefits after June 30, 2008.
If I still have L.L.Bean Coupons after July 1, 2008, may I redeem them?
What if I've earned Coupon Dollars but not enough for a $10 Coupon?
*FIA Card Services, N.A., a Bank of America company, is the current issuer