Lowes, Appliance Dealers to Sell Appliance Repairs for $4.99 per Unit

The Lowes Appliance Dealer Group will be selling appliances for $5.99 a unit from March 15 to May 19.

The price will be $4 per unit in addition to a monthly fee.

Lowes said the deal will allow customers to “get the most value for their money.”

“This is a great opportunity to save on the cost of repair and maintain your appliance,” said Bob Coughlin, president and chief operating officer of Lowes.

“It will also help you save money by saving on the monthly cost of labor.

The savings will also allow you to get more bang for your buck.”

The sale is part of a $100 million deal announced in August to streamline the retailer’s supply chain and increase efficiency.

Lowes’ appliance suppliers, including Home Depot, Sears, Kmart, Walmart, and Kohl’s, will continue to receive government contracts for the appliance repairs and maintenance, the company said.

The Lowe’s Appliance Repair Program will continue and grow, the retailer said in a statement.

The new program will provide more efficient supply chain, better customer service and greater innovation to the industry.

“With our ongoing focus on improving the supply chain to deliver more efficient, cost-effective appliance repair and maintenance services, our goal is to provide our customers with a better, more efficient appliance experience,” Lowes said.

“We are proud to be a part of the new Lowe’s appliance repair program and look forward to continuing our relationship with these partners.”

Lowes and the Lowe’s supply partners, including Kmart and Home Depot are partnering on the deal.