Frequently Asked Questions

Since Lowe’s was founded back in 1946, the company has grown from a small North Carolina home improvement store to one of the largest home improvement retailers in the world. Then, as of now, we are committed to helping homeowners, renters and professionals improve their homes and businesses.


With the My Lowe Credit Card account, you can track your online and in-store purchases; Get free shipping on orders of $45 or more before adding taxes, fees, or shipping. Return items without receipt and access registered products online.

Frequently Asked Questions

What are my options for remembering to pay my bill?

We will send you timely email notifications that an electronic statement has been published and that your invoice is due.

Can I access my old Lowe’s e-invoices?

Yes, when viewing your most recent e-Invoice, select Statement History at the top of the page, then select the date of the statement you wish to view.

How many months of my bank statement history can I see?

Once you have registered with eBill, you will be able to see the last 12 months’ worth of eBills.

Can I pay by mail if I receive my invoice from Lowe’s online?

Our electronic payment option is available to our customers. If you prefer, you can send your payment by post. Include the payment coupon at the top of your statement to ensure your account is properly debited.

Which bank issues the Lowe’s card?

Synchrony Bank issues all types of Lowe’s cards: Lowe’s Advantage credit card, Lowe’s Visa Rewards card, or Lowe’s SetPay account.

Can I pay Lowe’s bill online?

Yes, you don’t need to register to pay. Synchrony Bank’s QuickPay feature allows you to pay online by going to Lowe’s QuickPay page. Use your card number, the last four digits of your CPF, and your zip code to complete the payment.