(EXPIRED) Buy $100 Lowe’s gift card, receive $15 eGift Card (online only)

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In yet another gift card bonus offer, Lowe’s is offering a $15 eGift card when buying a $100 Lowe’s gift card. This is a very good deal if you can use the Lowe’s credit.

The Deal

Terms and Conditions

  • Valid May 6-8, 2022.
  • Limit 1 per household.
  • Online only

Quick Thoughts

The purchase will be processed by Buyatab, so there are no bonus points for the purchase. Stephen notes that there has been some opportunity to scale the purchases above the one card limit. However, there have been scattered reports about some cards being deactivated when doing that, so walk into it with open eyes.

This will be a very popular deal and will most likely sell out relatively quickly, so if you want one, get it sooner than later.

(h/t: GC Galore)

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My wife Erin and my first big journey together went around the world in 100 days for our honeymoon, a trip in which I had one car accident and got one speeding ticket in every country that we visited (I think that I may still have an arrest warrant in New Zealand for an unpaid ticket, but we’ll keep that between us). We currently live in one of the few corners of Washington State where you can still MS Staples Gift Cards at Safeway; we own a winery, ski after work and hike as much as our elderly knees will let us.
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Thanks , got one , denied for the 2nd one.


I assume this stacks with earning Jetblue miles at Lowe’s since they are the vendor?