The author collected 26 samples from six loess profiles located in Poland and Ukraine and 16 samples from three galcigenic profiles in Lithuania. TL and OSL dates were obtained for the samples. The TL dates were calculated in the Gdańsk University laboratory and the OSL dates were obtained by the Institute of Physics Laboratory at the Silesian Technical University. The dating results were referred to the OSL = f(TL) chart. In respect of luminescent dating results, the Upper Vistulian loess shows a high similarity of TL and OSL dates. It means that loess formation took place in conditions conductive to ensure that solar radiation the grains were exposed to reduce the energy accumulated in them. The TL dates of Middle and Upper Vistulian loess are slightly older than the OSL dates. The largest discrepancies were found in soil sample dates. The analysis of glacigenic profile dates is not unambiguous. The fact that the TL dates are older than the OSL dates may mean that during deposition the conditions were not sufficiently conductive to reduce the energy stored earlier in the grains examined with the TL method. This time could have been sufficient to reduce the energy examined with the OSL method.