Online: You can pay your Lowe's Store Card online, either by signing into your account or paying as a guest. You can even set up AutoPay to have your bill paid automatically each month.
Over the phone: If you want to pay by phone, call (800) 444-1408 and follow the prompts.
In store: You can also make a Lowe's Store Card payment in any Lowe's store location, at the customer service desk.
Via mail: Lastly, you can also pay your bill by sending it via mail. The address is:
Lowe's P.O. Box 530914 Atlanta, GA 30353-0914
For the Lowe's Visa Rewards use: Lowe's P.O. Box 960010 Orlando, FL 32896-0010
You should note that paying your credit card bill by mail takes the longest. Make sure to send it at least 7 days before the due date, so that it won’t be late. Write your name and credit card number on the check, too.
The Lowe's Store Card minimum payment is either $29 or 1% of your revolving balance, plus interest and fees – whichever is greater.
As long as you make your minimum payment by the due date each month, your account will remain in good standing. But it is always better to pay your balance in full every month to avoid interest.… read full answer
Here’s how much the Lowe's Store Card minimum payment is:
Balance below $29: Minimum payment equals balance
Balance of $29 to $2,900: Minimum payment equals $29
Balance over $2,900+: Minimum payment equals 1% of the balance, plus interest and fees
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