Yes, Home Depot does take American Express credit cards for both in-store and online purchases, including on its mobile app. Home Depot accepts credit cards and debit cards on the 4 major networks, along with other forms of payment such as cash and gift cards. Customers can use a personal check to pay for items at Home Depot stores, but not for online purchases, including pickup and delivery orders.
There are a number of other forms of payment that Home Depot does not take at its stores or online. Among them are money orders, travelers checks, cashier checks, and certified checks. Home Depot does not accept contactless payments from digital wallet services such as Apple Pay or Google Pay in-store or online, either. You may, however, use PayPal at a Home Depot store payment terminal or when you check out on the website or mobile app.
Credit cards: You can pay at Lowes with a credit card that is backed by any major payment network; American Express, Visa, Mastercard or Discover.… read full answer
Cash: Of course, you can pay for your Lowe’s purchases with cash.
Debit cards: Lowe’s accepts any debit card as a payment method.
Lowe’s gift cards: Paying with a Lowe’s gift card is also an acceptable payment method.
Checks: You can also use either personal or business checks, as long as the name on the check matches the name on your government-issued photo ID.
Not allowed: Lowe’s doesn’t accept contactless payments through Apple Pay, Google Pay or Samsung Pay.
It is also worth mentioning that Lowe’s offers its own credit cards, one of which is on the American Express network. You can use the Lowe's Business Credit Card anywhere American Express cards are accepted, while the Lowe's Store Card is limited to Lowe’s purchases. Both cards offer a good discount on all Lowe’s purchases and have a $0 annual fee.
The easiest way you can make a Home Depot® Credit Card payment is either online, or over the phone at (866) 875-5488. Alternatively, you can pay your Home Depot® Credit Card bill through the mobile app, by mail, or at a branch. The issuer does allow cardholders to set up automatic payments, too. Keep in mind that you cannot make a Home Depot® Credit Card payment in-store.… read full answer
Ways to Make a Home Depot® Credit Card Payment
Online:Sign in to your online account and click the “Make a Payment” button. From there, you’ll see your payment options and can enter the amount you want to pay, along with your bank account information if you haven’t previously stored it.
Phone: To make a Home Depot® Credit Card payment over the phone, call the number on the back of your card or the main customer service line, at (866) 875-5488. You should call between 6 a.m. and 1 a.m. EST from Monday to Saturday or between 7 a.m. and 12 a.m. EST on Sundays.
Mobile app: Use the issuer’s mobile app for iOS and Android and select your card, then tap “Make a Payment.”
At a branch: You can make a payment at any Citibank (the issuer) branch during normal business hours.
Mail: If you want to pay your Home Depot® Credit Card bill by mail, send a personal check with your account number on the memo line to the card's payment address:
The Home Depot® Consumer Credit Card Payments Home Depot Credit Services P.O. Box 9001010 Louisville, KY 40290-1010
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