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Lowe's Advantage Consumer Card
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The Lowe's Advantage card formerly known as the Lowe's Personal card is the credit option for the everyday shopper that wants a discount on their purchases. This credit card offer is not available to Canadian credit accounts.

Annual Percentage Rate (APR)

For new accounts:
Purchases: 26.99%
Minimum Interest Charge: $2.00
0% interest rate for 6 months on purchases over $299
7.99% fixed interest rate for 84 months on promotional purchases of at least $2,000

Credit Card Fees

Annual Fee: None
Late Payment: Up to $39.00

Sign-up Bonus and Benefits

20% off initial purchase save up to $100

Basic Features

  • 5% discount on eligible items bought at Lowes
  • 5% discount will not be applied if you take a financing offer


Apply Online
Credit Issuer: SYNCB
Where Can I Use This Credit Card? At all Lowe's Home Improvement locations
Pay Your Lowes Bill Online
Customer Service Phone number: 1-888-840-7651

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Steven Merkel Reviewed by Steven Merkel May 23, 2019
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Do You Recommend This Credit Card?

The Lowes Advantage card is an above average store credit card with a high interest rate that gives consumers a good discount on most items.
The Lowes consumer that does most of their gardening, home improvement, and lawn care shopping there. The wise customer that takes advantage of a finance offer for their larger purchases and pays off their bill on the smaller ones.

Is The Interest Rate Competitive

At 26.99% the interest rate is high, but is actually 1 or 2 percentage points lower than most other store cards. The fixed rate financing offers might be more affordable for larger projects.

How Do You Like the Rewards

The flat rate of 5% off on all non-special financing purchases is a very solid reward for a store credit card.
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