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Lowe's Advantage Card vs. Home Depot Consumer Credit Card
No-annual-fee store cards with deferred financing options.
These two are store cards with a $0 annual fee and deferred interest on purchases over $299. The main difference is the Lowe's Advantage Card offers a 5% discount, while the Home Depot Consumer Credit Card doesn’t offer any discounts except the welcome offer . But you can potentially get slightly lower interest rates with the Home Depot card.
Compare other perks and features in the table below.
Summary of card features
Lowe's Advantage Card
- With the Lowe's Advantage Credit Card, enjoy everyday savings of 5% off your eligible purchase or order when charged to your Lowe's account.
Home Depot Consumer Credit Card
- Pay your bills.
- Track account activity.
- Get exclusive offers.
- Activate account alerts.
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