Thanksgiving is almost here and we’re about to have more details about Home Depot’s big 2017 Black Friday sale! Of course as soon as we are allowed to upload the ad scan, we will post them here in full at BlackerFriday.com. Until then, be sure to check out Home Depot’s current deals and closeout sale items at homedepot.com and start planning your shopping spree.
In terms of expectations, looking back at the past few years gives us a pretty good idea on what will be on sale. You can expect to see lots of tool deals, including Ryobi and Milwaukee 2-piece combo kits starting at $99.00. Makita, Dewalt, and Ridgid drills, drivers and saws are also expected to go on sale with certain kits expected to be priced as low as $199.00. It will also be a great time to pick up a washer-dryer set, a new fridge, and other appliances. You are also likely to select left-over garden furniture sets, grills, and other summer related items, like a lawn mower or BBQ, that’s clearance priced as they clear out the remaining items in their store inventory (selection will vary by store). Be sure to scroll down the page to see last year’s ad to get an idea of the deals to come.
What tools, supplies, or equipment are you planning on picking up this year at Home Depot? Let us know in the comments below!
Updated November 14, 2016: Home Depot’s Black Friday flyer was just leaked and we have if for you hot off the presses. Check out the first few pages below and then follow the page links at the bottom of the page to see it all!
As is every year, Home Depot will be closed on Thanksgiving Day but will open bright and early at 6:00AM on Friday morning, November 25, 2016. However many of the deal will be available online as well starting at 3:00AM PST on Thanksgiving Day at homedepot.com so that might be your best bet to get what you want this year.
Of course Home Depot’s very polar $0.99 cent live poinsettia deal is back again (limit 12 per customer), but you’ll also be able to pick up some pretty good deals on everything ranging from Christmas decor to power tools. It’s also a good time to think about replacing that old kitchen stove, oven or fridge as you’ll find some of the lowest prices of the year through Thanksgiving weekend. We just recommend that you do a price check with Amazon before you head out the door as they often try to undercut Home Depot on price.