How To Make a Lowe’s Credit Card Payment

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If you like to shop at Lowe’s, the Lowe’s Advantage Credit Card issued by Synchrony Bank can be a pretty essential tool. With daily savings of 5% on purchases and options for financing large projects, your Lowe’s credit card account can mean saving big on your home projects or improving margins for your contracting business.

However, any benefits you might gain are dependent on you paying your bill in a timely fashion to avoid paying finance charges.

That’s why it’s important to be familiar with the different methods you can use to pay the bill on your Lowe’s card.

Lowe’s Credit Card Options

In addition to the Lowe’s Advantage card, Lowe’s has several other credit cards designed to meet the needs of different customers. When making a payment on your Lowe’s credit card, it’s important to know which card you have, so your payment will be directed to the correct place.

The following cards are issued by Synchrony Bank:

  • Lowe’s Advantage Card
  • Lowe’s Visa Rewards
  • Lowe’s Business Account
  • Lowe’s Accounts Receivable

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Lowe’s also offers a Business Rewards card issued by American Express.

Ways To Pay Your Lowe’s Credit Card

When choosing a method of making a payment on your Lowe’s credit card, there are several options to choose from at your convenience. Here are the steps to complete payments with each method:

Making a Lowe’s Online Payment

To make a payment online, you need to register for an online account with the bank that issues your Lowe’s credit card. To make a payment on your American Express Lowe’s Business Rewards credit card, visit the American Express login page.

For Synchrony-issued cards:

  1. Go to Lowe’s online payment webpage.
  2. Provide your account number and ZIP code for Synchrony-issued cards and the card number and card ID number to start the registration process.
  3. Follow the prompts on the screen to complete the registration and log in to your online account.
  4. Set up and schedule payments. You’ll need your bank account and bank routing numbers to complete the payment.

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How To Use Lowe’s QuickPay To Make an Online Payment

Synchrony Bank’s QuickPay feature lets you pay your bill online without logging in. To use this option, go to Lowe’s QuickPay webpage. Enter your credit card number, the last four digits of your Social Security number and your billing ZIP code, and follow the prompts to complete your payment.

Making a Lowe’s Card Payment by Mail

Lowe’s payments by mail are also accepted. You can send a check or money order to the address listed on your billing statement, or just use the addresses listed below:

Card Type Address for Remitting Payment
Lowe’s Advantage Card or Lowe’s Project Card Lowe’s, P.O. Box 530914, Atlanta, GA 30353-0914
Lowe’s Visa Rewards Lowe’s, P.O. Box 960010, Orlando, FL 32896-0010
Lowe’s Business Account Lowe’s, P.O. Box 530970, Atlanta, GA 30353-0970
Lowe’s Accounts Receivable Lowe’s P.O. Box 530954, Atlanta, GA 30353-0954
Lowe’s American Express Business Rewards Call American Express at 866-537-1397 to get the payment address for your state.

Making a Lowe’s Credit Card Payment in Store

You can pay your Lowe’s credit card in any Lowe’s store. If you’re making an in-store payment for the first time, visit the customer service desk. A representative can explain the process for completing the payment.

Making a Lowe’s Credit Card Payment by Phone

You can pay your Lowe’s credit card by phone, but you may be charged for an expedited phone payment. Call the number that corresponds with your account type:

Account Type Phone Number
Lowe’s Consumer Credit Cards 888-840-7651
Lowe’s Business Account 888-840-7651
Lowe’s Accounts Receivable 866-232-7443
Lowe’s American Express Business Rewards 866-537-1397

This article has been updated with additional reporting since its original publication.

Information is accurate as of Sept. 28, 2021.

About the Author

Joel Anderson is a business and finance writer with over a decade of experience writing about the wide world of finance. Based in Los Angeles, he specializes in writing about the financial markets, stocks, macroeconomic concepts and focuses on helping make complex financial concepts digestible for the retail investor.

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