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About Elder Beerman
Elder Beerman traces its roots back to 1883 when it was known as the Boston Dry Goods Store and then Elder & Johnston Company. In the 30s Arthur Beerman left Elder & Johnston, to start Beerman Stores. In the 60s the two entities merged together under the current name.
The online store went live in 1997 and Elder-Beerman was bought out by The Bon-Ton in 2003.
Elder Beerman Sells
As a traditional department store Elder Beerman stocks a wide variety of every day items for men, women and children, including apparel, footwear, clothing accessories, jewelry and watches, furniture, housewares, bed and bathroom furnishings, beauty products, and much more.
You can browse via the listed categories, use the search bar with a keyword or catalog number, or check out the sales page for a bargain.
Popular brands available include Anne & Calvin Klein, Estee Lauder, Clarks, Ralph Lauren, Levi's, DKNY, Frye, Kenneth Cole, Lancome, Guess, Ruff Hewn, and hundreds of others. The brands page lists each one from A to Z.
Elder-Beerman accept payment in the form of most major credit cards, such as Discover, Mastercard, Visa, and American Express, including The Bon-Ton range of store/credit cards: Bergner's, Bon-Ton, Boston Store, Carson Pirie Scott, Elder-Beerman, Herberger's or Younkers.
You can also use their own branded gift cards for all or part of your order.
Currently the website will only ship to the 50 US states, excluding all other territories and addresses. This is charged at a flat regardless of the size of the order, starting at $9.95 for standard delivery, $19.95 for 2 day, and $29.95 for next day. They often run a special offer where you can get free standard delivery on orders over a certain value.
Returns are accepted no questions asked within a year of purchase, so long as the items are in their original brand new and unused condition. You can initiate a return online and print out a prepaid shipping label, which will be deducted from your refund or store credit unless you received the items in a damaged or defective condition.