You can make a Big Lots Credit Card payment online, by phone, or through the mail. The easiest way to pay your Big Lots Credit Card bill, however, is online. You’ll need to sign up for an online account on the Big Lots Credit Card account management page, then log in. To add a bank account and routing number, go to the “Checking Accounts” section of your profile and select “Add an Account.” Be aware that you can’t use a debit card to make a payment. After that, you can navigate to the Payments section. To make a payment, choose an amount to pay and a payment date. You can also set up recurring or automatic payments.
To pay your Big Lots bill over the phone, call 888-566-4353. Note that there may be a $15 fee for paying over the phone. If a fee will be charged, you will be notified, and you’ll have the option to withdraw your payment request if you would rather not pay the fee.
If you would rather mail a check, money order, or cashier’s check to pay your Big Lots card, mail your payment (along with the payment coupon on your monthly statement) to the mailing address printed on your statement. Currently, you cannot pay your credit card bill in person at a Big Lots store.
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