If the past is any indication of the future, then Home Depot is just about to have a huge Labor Day sale.
For the last number of year (more than we can remember), Home Depot’s Labor Day weekend is when they clear out all of their remaining summertime items. That includes outdoor grills, patio sets, garden tools – including most lawnmowers, large umbrellas, and alike. They also typically have paint, wood stains, and painting supplies on sale. While we can’t officially say what will be on sale yet, it’ll likely mirror the offers from last year. You can scroll down the page to see some of last year’s sale highlights. As soon as we have more sale details and their Labor Day flyer for 2017 we will update this page with all the details, right here on Blacker Friday!
In the mean time, be sure to check out Home Depot’s sale page where you can already pick up select home improvement and building supplies on sale. Each day they also have a “special buy” of the day, aka like a deal of the day, where one item is up to 50% off, with something new offered each day. If you end up buying anything online then remember that most orders over $45.00 will ship to your home for free. Happy bargain hunting!
What are you looking to buy at Home Depot’s Labor Day sale this holiday weekend? Let us know in the comments below!
So here we go! We still have 11 days to go to Labor Day, but starting today (Thursday, August 25th) Home Depot has just gone live with their “Labor Day” savings (just like Lowe’s did moments ago). We’re putting it in quotes because although they are advertising the deals with Labor Day messaging, the weekly ad is only valid through August 31st… so it’s likely you’ll see a new set of deals coming on September 1st. We are also posting the ad scan below for your record. Many of the items on sale can be purchased online and either shipped to your home or picked up in-store for free. Only a select few items, including some of their seasonal live flowers, are only available in-store.
Oh and keep in mind that you can save $5.00 on your next online purchase at homedepot.com if you signup to their email newsletter. The signup link is at the bottom-right hand side of their homepage (only new signups will qualify).
Home Depot’s Labor Day sale is here starting today, Thursday September 3rd, and running all the way through September 7th, 2015 (some items on sale until September 13th). You’l be able to pick up most of these deals both online at homedepot.com and at your local store.
Here’s a look at some of our favorite buys this year:
– BBQ Grills: Weber 22.5” One-Touch Charcoal Grill for $99.00, the Brinkmann 5-Burner gas grill for $169.00, or the Weber Sprit E-210 2-Burner gas grill featuring gourmet BBQ system for $399.
– Kingsford Charcoal Briquets – 2 packs, 18.6 pounds each for $9.88.
– Patio-ready annual flowers in decorative containers for $6.88/each.
– 60-quart wheeled plastic cooler for $34.97.
– Makita 18-volt Lithium-Ion 3-piece combo set with two batteries, a charger and bag for $279.00.
– Quikrete 90-pound concrete mix for $2.88/each.
– 20% off any Scotts Turf Builder Fertilizer.
– $40.00 off 5-gallon buckets of select Behr interior and exterior paints and stains.
– Clearance pricing on select power equipment including lawn mowers, chain saws, and leaf blowers.
Here’s the full ad scan with all of this year’s Labor Day deals included:
Labor Day is a few days away and, just like every year, Home Depot has already launched their sale both online and in-store. You’ll have from Friday through Monday to pick up their sale items although we recommend shopping earlier than later as often their best sellers sell out early.
You’ll notice that you’ll find different stores will have different things on clearance including many of the summertime stuff that was on display through the season (like BBQ’s, swings, and patio furniture). If you’re lucky, you’ll be able to pick up a new lawn mower for a few hundred off the original list price.
We also recommend that you check out homedepot.com for their online exclusives. Many of the items sold either ship for free or can paid for online and picked up at your nearest store.
Here are the highlights of this year’s sale: