Want to get Lowe’s appliances on the cheap? You’re gonna want to pinch every penny along the way. That’s why knowing all about price negotiation at Lowe’s is essential before you start shopping.
Negotiating at Lowe’s isn’t as simple as asking for a percent off an item, though – they do have some set rules, after all. Let’s take a look at how to save money, take advantage of discounts, and get extended warranty with Lowe’s.
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1. Negotiate for a better price on damaged Lowe’s appliances for 30% off.
If you’re walking by a display model that’s got a few scratches or dents, you’re looking at a big savings opportunity. Speak to a manager about buying the damaged floor model from Lowe’s and they’ll generally offer you around 10% to 30% off.
If you have kids, it’ll probably end up with scratches or dents soon anyways.
2. Pick up cheaper Lowe’s appliances with Appliance Special Values.
Or, if you’re looking for cheap new Lowe’s appliances, check out the Appliance Special Values section of Lowes.com. You’ll usually save between 10% and 15% on everything from fridges and dryers to dishwashers and microwaves.
3. Get 10% off appliances with the Lowe’s military discount.
Unfortunately, Lowe’s doesn’t offer AAA, senior, or student discounts. But they do offer a military discount.
Thanks to the Lowe’s Military Discount Program, if you’re an active military member you get 10% off your Lowe’s purchases. Just sign up or log into your Lowe’s account, confirm your address and credentials, and you’re good to go.
Keep in mind, you can’t stack the military discount with any other deals.
4. Take advantage of Lowe’s price matching.
If you find a better price on something Lowe’s carries at a competitor , alert the manager. Show them the price on your smartphone (or a local ad if you’re going old school) and they’ll adjust the price to match.
5. Try using a competitor coupon.
Here’s where your negotiation skills are really gonna come in. While Lowe’s doesn’t officially accept competitors coupons, managers can be lenient in certain situations. You’ll usually get capped off at $100 savings.
6. Ask a manager about an extended warranty on out-of-box appliances.
If you’re buying an in-store product that’s out of the box, speak with the manager about warranty options. They may give you extended warranty in that situation.