An Updated List Of Gift Cards Sold At Lowe’s

Related: A List Of Gift Cards Sold By Office Supply Stores

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Here is a new list (updated as of 04/03/14) of all gift cards sold by Lowe’s.  They have added several new cards since last year.  When buying anything at Lowe’s this quarter you’ll earn 5 or 5.5 points per dollar on your Chase Freedom card on up to $1,500 in spending per Freedom card.

Of course you can always buy Lowe’s (or Home Depot) gift cards with your Ink Bold or Ink Plus card at an office supply store to earn 5 points per dollar year-round on up to $50K in spending. However you can’t buy gift cards at Lowe’s when using a Lowe’s gift card.

For the sake of being comprehensive I have included all of the gift cards I saw, including to non-kosher restaurants.  For what it’s worth, the kosher Subway in Cleveland for example does accept Subway gift cards even though they don’t participate in any other national Subway coupons or promotions.

-AMC Theaters
-AT&T GoPhone
-Aeropostale
-Amazon
-American Eagle
-Ann Taylor
-Applebees
-BP
-Babies R Us
-Barnes & Noble
-Bass Pro Shop
-Bath & Body Works
-Bed Bath & Beyond/Buy Buy Baby
-Bob Evans
-Boost Mobile
-Buffalo Wild Wings
-Build-A-Bear
-Burger King
-Cabela’s
-Catherine’s
-Cheesecake Factory
-Children’s Place
-Chili’s
-Claire’s
-Coldstone Creamery
-Cracker Barrel
-DSW
-Darden Restaurants
-Disney
-Domino’s Pizza
-Facebook
-Fandango
-Fashion Bug
-Finish Line
-Foot Locker
-GNC
-Game Stop
-Gap Inc (Gap, Banana, Old Navy, Athleta, Piperlime)
-Golfsmith
-Google Play
-Groupon
-Hulu
-Ihop
-iTunes
-JCPenney
-Jiffy Lube
-Jo-Ann Fabric
-Justice
-Kohl’s
-Lane Bryant
-Little Ceasers
-Loft
-Longhorn Steakhouse
-Lowe’s
-MLB.com
-Macy’s
-Marriott
-Marshalls
-Michael’s
-MovieTickets.com
-Nascar Superstore
-Nike
-Nintendo
-Nook
-Nordstrom
-OfficeMax
-Olive Garden
-Outback Steakhouse
-Panda Express
-PFChang’s
-Panera
-Petco
-Petsmart
-Pizza Hut
-Papa John’s Pizza
-Playstation Plus
-Red Lobster
-Red Robin
-Regal Cinemas
-Ruby Tuesday
-Rue21
-Sephora
-Shell
-Southwest
-SpaFinder
-Sports Authority
-Staples
-Starbucks
-Steak ‘n Shake
-Stubhub
-Subway
-Sunglass Hut
-TGIFriday
-TJMaxx
-Toys R Us
-T-Mobile Prepaid
-Tracfone
-Uno Pizzeria & Grill
-Verizon Prepaid
-Virgin Mobile
-Xbox
-Zappos

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55 Responses to “An Updated List Of Gift Cards Sold At Lowe’s”

  1. Tuck Says:
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    Thanks Dan.

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  2. Moe Says:
    2

    thanks! how about apple gc, any chance I can find the at Lowes?

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  3. Miles Says:
    3

    Thank you for posting, Dan. This information will come in handy starting in April, when Lowes purchases begin receiving 5% cash back on the Freedom card.

    Unfortunately, I don’t see any retailers listed (except office supply stores) that sell large-denomination Visa, MC or Amex GCs.

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  4. IsaacBP Says:
    4

    Are any of these gift card usable on Amazon Payments?

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  5. Steve Says:
    5

    Any way to make them like vanilla reload? Where you put money on them to just cash out?
    Thanks in advance Dan

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  6. Asher Says:
    6

    This may sound like a dumb question but the link says 5% cash back but doesn’t mention anything about points. Am i missing something? thanks

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  7. Yehuda Says:
    7

    Where does it say that lowes is 5x in q2 2013?

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  8. glasses dude Says:
    8

    @Asher, read a liitle more of dans posts’ Although they are called “5% categories” you really get 5 Ultimate Rewards points per dollar spent which can be cashed out for 5% cash. For $1,500 in spending you will earn at least 7,500 Ultimate Rewards points.

    If you or your spouse has a Sapphire Preferred, Ink Bold, or Ink Plus card you can transfer Freedom points over to one of those cards and then transfer them at a 1:1 ratio into much more valuable airline miles (United, British Airways, Southwest, Korean, etc) or hotel points (Hyatt, etc)
    @Dan, Thanx

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  9. yada Says:
    9

    Is the maximum rebate I can get on the first $1500 of spend thru all categories or is it per category.

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  10. Chris D. Says:
    10

    Thank you very much. Very helpful

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  11. zvi Says:
    11

    how can we CASH-OUT the GC purchased from Lowes ?

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  12. Mandel Says:
    12

    Does anyone know where/if I can buy Walmart gift cards and get 5%?

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  13. CG Says:
    13

    Can you use Amazon GC’s to send Amazon payment to another person?

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  14. nanistor Says:
    14

    ??? Chase freedom Q2 is only Restaurants and Movie Theaters!

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  15. Buenos Naches Says:
    15

    @nanistor – Lowe’s was a late addition to the list of eligible categories – I believe it was announced a couple weeks ago

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  16. Michelle Says:
    16

    Can you buy GC with Lowe’s gift card?

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  17. Matt Says:
    17

    Is Lowes considered a Department store for AMEX for the Cashback? Can anyone confirm?

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  18. sky121 Says:
    18

    My local Lowe’s has BP gift cards as well! Maybe some others not listed here also, have to pay attention next time I’m there.

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  19. brainstorm Says:
    19

    My email from chase said that gc are not available for five % cash back am obtuse only one? Does it still work?

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  20. kicker Says:
    20

    can i send money from an amazon gift card via amazon payments

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  21. Anonymous Says:
    21

    1500 on all categories combined.

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  22. Abe Says:
    22

    is there way to check during the Querter how much of the 1500 was used, so i can know how much more to charge?

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  23. Albert Says:
    23

    @Abe:

    Abe – I usuall click through to Ultimate Rewards, then on the Rewards Activity tab, click on Statement Summaries. Here you’ll see month by month breakdown of “Bonus points from 5% categories: Apr-Jun” – the max you can receive is 6,000 pts per quarter (4pts x $1,500 cap) so you can work backwards to find out how much headroom you have.

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  24. Jay Says:
    24

    The lowes I went to didn’t allow me to purchase any
    Gift cards with a lowes gift card

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  25. CURIOUS Says:
    25

    is there a gift card that works @ BP GAS i dont see it on the list is it under any other name or lowes dosent sell them.TIA

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  26. John Says:
    26

    Anyone know if any Lowes in Texas has any non-Lowes gift cards? I have asked a couple of stores in Austin and they never do, so I wonder if it’s a regional thing.

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  27. Kathy Says:
    27

    @John:
    John… I know the one in Bastrop does. I just purchased some there yesterday. I would assume the ones in Austin would have them as well.

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  28. John Says:
    28

    I checked again, and I guess they pretty much all have them now!

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  29. J.floyd Says:
    29

    anyone know if home depot also sells other retailers gift cards?

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  30. Joe Says:
    30

    Went into today to purchase marriot, didn’t work….. Charged me but cards didn’t work, check card prior to leaving pleqae

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  31. tony Says:
    31

    Can we purchase office max GC and then go to office max and purchase a VGC?

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  32. Abe Says:
    32

    @dan -Where can I buy apple gift cards?

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  33. Dan Says:
    33

    @Abe:
    http://www.dansdeals.com/go/CardCash/

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  34. Home Depot Says:
    34

    Can I use lowes GC at Home Depot?

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  35. jack Says:
    35

    Dan is there anyway to cash out on any of these gift cards?

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  36. ShlockDoc Says:
    36

    Note that this quarter is also 5% cashback at Lowes and Home Depot with Discover. Same maximum of $1,500 spend.

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  37. Curtis Says:
    37

    Dan, some (lots) of your readers/commenters need to learn to do their homework before posting some of the questions they do…….. While I enjoy many of the deals you post, the comments are just horrendous even for noobs. Come on people, use Google…

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  38. Whatever Says:
    38

    @Curtis:
    So dont read the comments. Pple can ask what the want

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  39. J Says:
    39

    Is there a really compelling reason to get these from Lowes instead of Staples/Officemax using an Ink? I guess the difference would be 5.5% back on the Freedom vs. 5% back on Ink back but it seems like this quarter isn’t a very useful one.

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  40. Thenewguy Says:
    40

    @CURIOUS: @sky121: why waste your lowes cashback on BP if you can get a better deal at BP with the 5$ off 25$ ??

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  41. J Says:
    41

    Discover is also giving 5% back on Lowe’s purchases this quarter.

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  42. Anon Says:
    42

    1. no gc on line
    2. no location near by.

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  43. Dan's the Man Says:
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    @Home Depot: No, Home Depot and Lowes are different companies. If you want to buy something at Home Depot buy a home Depot GC at staples or office max using your Ink card.
    @J: Besides the extra 10% Freedom bonus (if you have a Chase checking account) you’re also not using up your limited office supply 5% bonus if you by cards at Lowes to use up your Freedom 1500 amount. The premium Ink cards allow $50,000 spend at office supply and the no fee Ink Cash allows $25,000
    @Thenewguy: The current Amex promotion is $5 off of $30 and it is only 1 time per registered card unlike last year when it was $5 off of $25 unlimited times per card.
    @J: Dan and most people that use points value Chase points more than 1 cent so using your Freedom is better value than Discover.

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  44. milechazzer Says:
    44

    @J:

    May be a reason to take advantage if you might max out on your Office Supply bonus ($50k/yr)

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  45. Thenewguy Says:
    45

    @Dan’s the Man: I’ve heard that the Amex 5 off 25 is STILL working

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  46. Avrum Yosef Says:
    46

    mmmm red lobster….

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  47. yis1 Says:
    47

    FYI – Citi Dividend MasterCard has 5x pts this qtr on “Home Depot” and “home furnishing stores”. (The pts are only redeemable for cash @.01 pt) The advantage is, they only limit annual cash back to a $300 ANNUAL amt – So theoretically, you can use the 5% on up to $6,000 this qtr @ home depot, if you don’t use it for other stuff.(I don’t). Need to register for the 5% on the website.
    Hope this helps.

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  48. yis1 Says:
    48

    Pls clarify:
    Do Office Depot and Staples charge a fee for purchasing retailer gift cards (aside fr Amex/Visa/MCard) ? Thanks.

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  49. Dan Says:
    49

    @J:
    There are different cards at Lowe’s like BP, StubHub, etc.

    @yis1:
    No.

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  50. Anon Says:
    50

    Any advice if no lOWES Store near us?

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  51. Chad Says:
    51

    Got denied at Office Depot yesterday when I tried to buy a $500 Amazon Kindle Fire giftcard with my Ink. I have been doing this for over a year but was told a new company policy prohibits sale of ANY kind of variable amount gift card by credit card. The clerk offered me ten $50 Amazon gift cards instead. What a pain entering ten codes! Have you heard of anyone else encountering this?

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  52. DanR NYC Says:
    52

    @Dan

    I was browsing (very quickly) through DD responses and did not see Amex / Twitter synced deals mentioned for Lowes GCs. Sync you Amex cards on Twitter (#Amexlowes) and get $50 GCs, less $10 (1 per card synced Amex CC, and synced account).

    Also, #AmexBP and others !!!

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  53. yankel Says:
    53

    ALSO on facebook you can 10 off 50 when you use your amex at lowes

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  54. Margo Says:
    54

    Staples stopped carrying Marriott gift cards, it would be great to be able to get them at Lowe’s!

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  55. Jessica Says:
    55

    @John: I’m in El Paso, TX and our Lowes sells “non” Lowes gift cards. They have most of the ones listed above.

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