Lowes Triple Dip – 10x UR Points, 10% off and Discounted Gas


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This triple dip is great for summer projects and summer road trips. With a few easy steps you can get 10x Chase Ultimate Rewards points at Lowes, a 10% off discount, and up to $2 off every gallon of gas for summer road trips.

Triple Dip

1.) Get 10% off coupons for Lowes – Go to post office and pick up a change of address form

2.) Get $2 off every gallon of gas – Go to Kroger get gift cards 2x fuel points for Lowe’s gift cards then use fuel points for up to $2 off every gallon for summer travel (use Chase Ink 5% trick for more points)

3.) Get 10x points per dollar through Chase Ultimate Rewards portal – use coupons and gift cards online to make summer project purchases. You can request in store pick up so you can get your Lowes order fast

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Comments

  1. Or buy discounted lowes gift cards and use those instead. At current gas prices, buying gift cards from krogers equates to about a 7% discount.

  2. A very interesting article. If there is no Kroger nearby, can we go to Ralphs instead? Thanks!

  3. FYI, Lowes is having problems right now with accepting multiple gift cards on 1 order. They are aware and trying to solve.

  4. @MSPDeltaDude

    That’s no good. I’m sitting on a decent stash of $50 cards from the sale at Michael’s when they were 20% off.

  5. Ya, in the same boat. Tired to do two orders over 2k and both times had problems. This has been a big waste of time of data entry and to get corp to restore the balances at it puts holds on the cards when I submit them. Ugh. I think I’m going to to do a big in-store purchase then return it and get them all combined onto one card. Then pay a small difference with my Chase SP. Hopefully this will work. I will report back.

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