How To Make a TJ Maxx Credit Card Payment
The first TJ Maxx store opened in 1977 as an off-price clothing and home fashion chain. Today, its parent company operates more than 4,500 stores across North America, Europe and Australia. Savvy shoppers who frequent TJ Maxx for great deals can save even more with a TJX Rewards card issued by Synchrony Bank.
Types of TJ Maxx Credit Cards
Synchrony Bank issues two branded TJ Maxx credit cards: TJX Rewards card and TJX Rewards Platinum Mastercard. The TJX Rewards card can be used at TJ Maxx, HomeGoods, Marshalls, Sierra and Homesense stores and websites. The TJX Rewards Platinum Mastercard is accepted at any business that accepts Mastercard payments.
With a TJX Rewards credit card, you can receive discounts on purchases and earn points for each purchase you make. You’ll have to keep your account in good standing to continue enjoying these perks, however. Synchrony Bank gives you three options for making a TJ Maxx credit card payment: online, by phone or by mail. Here’s everything you need to know.
How To Make Your TJ Maxx Credit Card Payment Online
Perhaps the most convenient way to pay your TJX Rewards credit card or TJX Rewards Platinum Mastercard bill is to use the online portal provided by Synchrony Bank. If you haven’t already, you’ll need to complete the online registration process for your account.
How To Register Your Credit Card Account Online
Registering your account is easy. Here’s how:
- Visit the Synchrony Bank account online registration login page.
- Enter your credit card account number and billing ZIP code.
- Click “Continue.”
- Follow the on-screen prompts to complete your card’s registration.
How To Make a Regular Online Payment
After you register and set up your online account, you can make a payment by following these steps:
- Gather your credit card account number, bank account number and bank routing number.
- Go to the Synchrony Bank login page.
- Enter the user ID and password you selected when you registered.
- Click “Secure Login.”
- Follow the on-screen prompts to complete your payment.
How To Make an Online Payment Without Logging In
If you want to make a payment without registering or logging in to an online account, you can still pay your bill online. Here’s how:
- Have your credit card and banking information ready, and click “Pay As Guest” on the Synchrony Bank login page.
- Enter your card number, the last four digits of your Social Security number and your billing ZIP code.
- Click “Continue.”
- Follow the on-screen prompts to complete the payment.
How To Make Your TJ Maxx Credit Card Payment by Phone
To make a TJ Maxx credit card payment by phone, follow these steps:
- Gather your credit card and banking account information, including your bank routing number.
- Call the customer service number for your card type.
- TJX Rewards credit card: 800-952-6133
- TJX Rewards Platinum Mastercard: 877-890-3150
- Enter your account number.
- Say, “Make a payment.”
- Follow the automated prompts to complete your payment.
Note that there is no charge to make a payment through the automated system, but you may be charged if a customer service representative processes the payment for you.
How To Make Your TJ Maxx Credit Card Payment by Mail
You can also make a TJ Maxx credit card payment by mail. Here’s how:
- Write a check or purchase a money order for at least the minimum payment due.
- Include the payment coupon from your monthly account statement.
- Mail your payment and coupon to the correct address for your card type:
TJX Rewards Platinum Mastercard
P.O. Box 530949
Atlanta, GA 30353-0949
TJX Rewards Credit Card
P.O. Box 530948
Atlanta, GA 30353-0948
What Happens If Your TJ Maxx Credit Card Payment Is Late?
If you miss your payment due date, you can still pay your payment by one of the available methods. Your payment is due by 5 p.m. EST on the due date printed on your account statement, or a late fee of $25 will apply. The fee increases to $35 if you’re late more than once in a six-month period.
This article has been updated with additional reporting since its original publication.
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