Elder-Beerman Credit Card Payment

Elder-Beerman Credit Card Payment and Login

Elder-Beerman Credit Card Payment

Elder-Beerman

Looking to make your Elder-Beerman credit card payment or login to view your statement or manage your account online? This guide will help you decide, with a credit card overview and information on terms and conditions. To make a payment online or manage your account, follow the link provided below on this page to the Elder-Beerman credit card login. You will also find useful “pay my bill” information such as the credit card customer service number, payment mailing address, and billing phone number below.

Elder-Beerman Credit Card Payment

The Elder-Beerman credit card is issued by Comenity Bank.

You can pay your Elder-Beerman credit card bill in a number of ways. There are plenty of Bon-Ton stores across the US, and you can pay for your bill at any one of them including Elder-Beerman (you can find your nearest store here). You can instead go to your bank and arrange a transfer from your savings or checking account, or you can arrange a payment with your bank’s online service.

Pay Online: Perhaps the easiest way to make your payment is to make it online. To make your Elder-Beerman credit card payment click the “Pay Online” button below to login, register, view your statement or manage your account online. If you have your card but have not yet signed up for the service, please follow this link to the Elder-Beerman login page.

Pay by Phone: The Elder-Beerman credit card payment phone number is 1-855-567-7742.

Pay in Store: Yes. You can pay your Elder-Beerman credit card in stores.

Elder-Beerman Credit Card Customer Service: The Elder-Beerman credit card customer service number is 1-800-942-0739. You can find a full page of questions and answers for common help questions here.

Owned and operated by Comenity, this credit card has an online account service which you can use to manage your account, check your transactions and pay your bills. There are also options to pay your bill by mail or over the phone, but these details can only be found through your online account, meaning that you have to sign-up for online services first.

Elder-Beerman Your Rewards Credit Card

The Elder-Beerman Your Rewards Credit Card is a rewards-based store card which provides you with opportunities to make savings depending on how much you spend with the card. For every dollar you spend at Elder-Beerman or other Bon-Ton stores you get one Your Rewards point. Once you reach 500 points you will receive a shopping pass, valid for a day of your choosing from when you receive it up to 60 days, which you can use to get 20% off of clothing, accessories and jewelry, and 15% off fragrances and cosmetics. This pass can be used on both sale items and top-brands that rarely go on sale.

There is an Elite membership level which activates once you earn over 1500 points, which takes you from 2 free shipments to 3 per year. You also get card-anniversary offers, birthday offers, advance notice of special events and further exclusive cardholder savings as an Elite member. On the standard Signature membership level, you still get birthday offers, advance sale notice and exclusive savings.

All in all, this rewards scheme is great for big spenders, as there are few limitations on how much you can save when you receive the shopping pass – as long as you don’t mind waiting to spend $500 before you receive it. The fact that you can use it across Bon-Ton also widens your spending options in comparison to competitor stores.

Elder-Beerman credit cards can only be applied for in store, and you can find information about card terms and conditions when you apply.

Comments

  1. Dear Suzanne, Simply click the blue "Pay Online" button above. This takes you directly to the Elder-Beerman credit card payment page. Kindest regards, Support, CreditCardPayment.net

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  2. My bill was due today and I could not get into the store. I have been trying for hours to get online to pay it and I can't get online. This is ridiculous. What exactly is the problem with this?

    Suzanne Hurst

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