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Lowe's Is Offering You This for the First Time—But Only Tomorrow Night

The home improvement retailer is looking to give back during the holidays.

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Lowe's has plenty for shoppers to spend big on over the holidays—whether that's a Christmas tree or home upgrades for hosting family. But this year the retailer is looking to give certain customers something for free instead. For the first time ever, Lowe's is giving back to shoppers with an exciting new offering this season. The catch? It's available for one night only. Read on to find out what Lowe's is giving away tomorrow night.

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Lowe's has already partnered with several brands this year.

Everett, WA USA - circa July 2022: Angled view of a checkout counter inside a Lowes Home Improvement store.

Over the past year, Lowe's has been busy teaming up with other companies in order to expand its offerings. At the beginning of 2022, the home improvement retailer announced an exclusive partnership with Petco. This collaboration introduced a new store-in-store program that has brought some of the pet store's products and services into select Lowe's locations.

Then in February, Lowe's revealed that it had just partnered with Instacart to allow customers the option to shop for over 20,000 Lowe's products online and have them delivered the same day.

And just this month, the retailer unveiled a collaboration with the popular German manufacturer Miele. Through this partnership, Lowe's will roll out a new assortment of high-end dishwasher and laundry appliances to nearly 150 stores in the U.S.

Now, Lowe's has another major collaboration newly underway—and it could save you if you're in a tight spot.

The retailer is partnering with Wyndham.

Lowe's Holiday Home Layover

One of Lowe's newest collaborations is with a popular hotel chain. The company has partnered with Wyndham Hotels and Resorts just in time for the holiday season, Digiday reported on Nov. 10.

According to the news outlet, Lowe's is featuring its home décor in Wyndham's airport hotel rooms and creating out-of-home digital ads to attract shoppers to its holiday assortment.

"We see this campaign as part of our continued effort to introduce Lowe's as a holiday décor destination, especially for those millennial shoppers who are looking for variety, value and convenience all in one place," Jen Wilson, the senior vice president of Lowe's enterprise brand and marketing, told Digiday. "Our goal is really to show consumers that Lowe's is a top destination for holiday shopping and showcase our unexpected holiday décor and gifts that Lowe's actually has."

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The brands are jointly introducing a limited-time offer.

PARSIPPANY, NEW JERSEY - AUGUST 15, 2018: Wyndham Hotels and Resorts headquarters entrance sign. Wyndham Hotels and Resorts is an international hotel and resort chain based in the United States.

The partnership between Lowe's and Wyndham is about more than holiday décor, however. A Nov. 10 press release from the retailer revealed that the two brands are also "teaming to offer an unforgettable experience in an unlikely place: airport hotels."

According to the announcement, Lowe's is decorating select Wyndham Hotel rooms near some of the country's busiest airports in order to offer a free stay for holiday travelers impacted by flight cancellations or overnight delays.

"We know that there are few things more frustrating than being stuck in an unfamiliar city during the holidays, away from the creature comforts of home, family and friends," Wilson said in a statement. "While even our Holiday Home Layover experience cannot replace the feeling of being with loved ones during the holidays, it will surely bring some warmth. We're thrilled to have the chance to provide select travelers with a memorable holiday experience—not just through our surprisingly beautiful holiday décor offerings, but also our traditional home improvement offerings, electronics and more."

You can enter tomorrow to get a free airport hotel stay.

View of the control tower at the Dallas Fort Worth International Airport (DFW), the largest hub for American Airlines (AA).

Through the Holiday Home Layover experience, stranded travelers can enter online to win a free stay in one of five different Wyndham airport hotels in the U.S. The participating hotels include the Wyndham Garden La Guardia South in New York, the La Quinta by Wyndham LAX in Los Angeles, the Wyndham Chicago O'Hare in Chicago, the La Quinta by Wyndham DFW West Glades Park in Dallas, and the Wyndham Garden Miami Int'l Airport in Miami.

"Holiday plans gone awry? If you find yourself stranded at the airport on Wednesday, Nov. 23, come back for a chance to win an overnight stay at a participating Lowe's x Wyndham Holiday Home Layover hotel," the entry website reads. To enter, you must be a legal resident 21 years or older with no more than four people in your traveling group. You also must have booked your flight on or before Nov. 10 in order to participate.

Lowe's has created a total of 50 Holiday Home Layover Rooms across these five hotels, so not every stranded traveler that enters will get to experience a free stay.

"While only the first ten eligible travelers per participating Wyndham hotel will win a once-in-a-lifetime hotel stay, Lowe's offers all consumers the opportunity to shop the rooms through the website, in-store festive experiences and an unmatched one-stop holiday shopping experience with everything they want and need for the holidays, at the very best value," the press release explained.

Kali Coleman
Kali Coleman is a Senior Editor at Best Life. Her primary focus is covering news, where she often keeps readers informed on the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and up-to-date on the latest retail closures. Read more
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