Thanksgiving is almost here and we’re about to have more details about Home Depot’s big 2016 Black Friday sale! But don’t expect to see anything sooner than Thanksgiving Day posted here or anywhere else because Home Depot is known for having their lawyers send out cease-and-desist notices to all Black Friday related websites threatening legal action if any ads are leaked and posted. 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).
What tools, supplies, or equipment are you planning on picking up this year at Home Depot? Let us know in the comments below!
It’s early Thanksgiving morning and but now we finally have more details on what we can except to see a Home Depot’s Black Friday sale this year (which are now live at homedepot.com or you can wait until stores open on Friday morning at 6:00AM).
This year you can save across the store – from up to $150.00 off select power equipment like Makita and Dewalt to 40% off major appliances like Samsung and Maytag. You’ll also get 24 months of special financing if you decide to pay with a Home Depot credit card. Be sure to also check out all of the deals on christmas tress (up to 43% off) and other select holiday decor at up to 20% off. Just one bit of bad news… anyone looking for a new Honda lawnmower, like me – my dream machine is the Honda GCV190 HRX217HYA Self-Propelled Walk-Behind Gas Mower – is out of luck because they are excluded from these deals.
To shop and for more offer details, visit homedepot.com.
Pre-Black Friday 2015 Deals:
Black Friday is almost here and we’re about to have more details about Home Depot’s big 2015 sale. But don’t expect to see anything sooner than thanksgiving Day because Home Depot is known for having their lawyers send out cease and desist notices to all Black Friday related websites threatening legal action if any ads are leaked and posted.
But with that being said, we just got our hands on a copy of Home Depot’s pre-Black Friday deals where you’ll be able to
save up to 40% off this weekend save 50% today only (Sunday, November 22, 2015!) with coupon code BFSNEAK50. Check out Home Depot’s sale page at homedepot.com for full offer details. Here’s the copy of the ad scan along with the terms of the sale listed below:
Back to Black Friday, even though we don’t yet know exactly what’s to come, 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.
If it’s time to replace your existing batteries for all your cordless powertools, then for the past few year’s Home Depot has offered special buys on rechargeable batteries with two-pack deals priced at just $99.00 – A savings up up to 50% off compared to the regular every-day prices. Some of the deals were exclusive just to Home Depot including the 2-pack’s of Milwaukee M18 18-bolt Lithium-Ion XC batteries, Ridgid 18-volt Lithium-Ion batteries, Makita LXT 18-volt Lithium-Ion batteries, and Ryobi One+ Lithium-Ion which capacity batteries.
Home Depot’s Black Friday sale will also be a good time to stock up on christmas decorations. For as long as we can remember, Home Depot has been selling 99-cent live poinsettias during the opening of their doors on Friday (starting a 6:00am). They normally go for $4.98 each so if you need to buy a few, then the savings really start adding up. e also expect to see exclusive discounts of christmas decorations, christmas tree lights, wrapping paper, live and artificial trees, wreaths, as well as even some toys.
Finally, it’s a good time to start thinking about next summer as we expect to see all the left over stuff from this year on clearance. Last year you could pick up a new Brinkmann propane 3-burner bass grill for just $99.00. They also had a stainless steel gas patio heater and a 34” gas fire pit both at under $100.00/each.