Bath & Body Works Credit Card Availability

Front entrance of a Bath & Body Works store inside of a mall

Bath & Body Works does not offer its own credit card, but it does partner with Victoria’s Secret — which is owned by the same parent company — to accept the Victoria’s Secret Angel Credit Card at its stores.[1]

We called store locations in Georgia, Idaho, Maine, Oregon, and Virginia to confirm the accepted credit cards and payment methods.

The Angel Credit Card is issued by Comenity Bank and is a closed-loop card, which means you can only use it at Victoria’s Secret, PINK, and Bath & Body Works stores.

Our related research has more information about the Victoria’s Secret Angel Card and other Comenity store cards.

Other Payment Options

In addition to the Angel Card, Bath & Body Works accepts Visa, Mastercard, Discover, and American Express credit cards.[2] This means you can use another store’s credit card at Bath & Body Works if it has the Mastercard or Visa logo.

For example, the Sephora Visa Credit Card and Ultamate Rewards Mastercard are usable at stores other than Sephora and Ulta Beauty, including Bath & Body Works. (See also our list of store credit cards that can be used anywhere.)

Aside from credit cards, you can use gift cards, eGift cards, PayPal, Google Pay, Samsung Pay, and Apple Pay at Bath & Body Works, but the company does not offer any additional financing methods like Afterpay or Klarna.[2]


While Bath & Body Works doesn’t offer a credit card, it does have a rewards program with benefits similar to those you usually get with store credit cards.

Sign up for free by providing an email address on the company’s website; you’ll receive special offers and coupons based on your purchase history.

Select locations in nine states also offer a loyalty program, the My Bath & Body Works Rewards Program, which allows you to earn a full-size product after you accrue a certain purchase amount.

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