ACE Hardware Black Friday 2019 Ad, Sale & Deals

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We’re still waiting for the ACE Hardware’s Black Friday ad to be leaked. However, if it’s anything like what we saw last year then you can expect to see some of the following deals return again here in 2019:

  • A coupon valid on Black Friday for 50% off any one regularly-priced item of your choice, that’s priced at $30 or less. For any item over $30 you can use the same coupon to get $15 off.
  • Another coupon for 15% off your entire purchase that you can use from Saturday through Cyber Monday, in stores only.
  • A number of tool deals from Craftsman, DeWalt, Milwaukee, and Stanley with savings of up to 50% off select combo kits.
  • It’s usually too cold for BBQing over Thanksgiving weekend but it’s usually a great time to pick up a new grill in the off season. Last year ACE Hardware had the Weber Genesis II on sale for $849 with free assembly and delivery included for ACE Rewards Members.
  • Holiday decor is always on sale at ACE over Black Friday (just like at Home Depot and Lowe’s). Last year you could get 20% off select regular-priced LED light sets, buy-one get-one free on select LED mini light sets, and special deals on those blow-up lawn snowmen that the kids love.

As we always do, we’ll be the first to post ACE’s ad scan the moment it’s leaked (if you signup to our newsletter then we will let you know once it’s out). In the meantime you can take a look at all of ACE’s current offers listed below. You can also scroll down the page to see the ad from last year and the year before to get an idea of what’s likely to come. Happy bargain hunting!

What do you plan on getting at ACE this Thanksgiving weekend? Let us know in the comments section (located at the bottom of this page).


Updated on Friday November 9, 2018: We’ve just received a copy of ACE Hardware’s Black Friday ad for 2018 — Check out all 12 pages below.

The deals are now live and will run through Cyber Monday (November 26, 2018), or while supplies last, whichever comes first. Just keep in mind that a few offers are valid on specific days only — You’ll see that indicated in the ad. Stores appear to be closed on Thanksgiving day itself. Happy bargain hunting!


Updated on Tuesday November 7, 2017: Not as long of an ad as you’ll typically see from the big box hardware stores like Home Depot or Lowe’s, ACE’s 4 pages still has some pretty good deals. There’s also a few coupons in there to help you save on anything that’s not on sale. We’ve posted the flyer further down the page so you can check out the details.

In terms of the deals, you’ll be able to shop most sale items from November 15, 2017 through November 27, 2017 (ends on Cyber Monday). Just keep in mind that the coupons are valid on specific days only and can’t be applied to any of the sale items. For more info and for official terms and conditions, visit starting Nov. 15th.

Here’s the full ad scan:


ACE Hardware just released their Black Friday mailer for 2016! We’ve posted all 8 pages down below.

This year the sale begins on the Wednesday before Thanksgiving (that’s November 23, 2016) and runs through weekend up through Cyber Monday (November 28, 2016). There are a few coupons worth clipping – One is for 50% off any full-priced item under $30.00 or $15.00 off any full priced item $30.00 or more that’s valid on Friday only. The second coupon is for 10% off your entire purchase of $50.00 or more that’s valid on Saturday and Sunday only. Web-exclusive Black Friday deals will also be available on their site.

Besides the coupons on page 1 that we just mentioned, ACE is featuring a 20-volt DeWalt drill and impact drive kit with bonus bit set for $149.99 after savings. You’ll also find select Craftsman tools and accessories on sale for just $4.99/each. And lastly, don’t forget to stock up on Christmas lighting, including 300 count mini light sets in clear or multi-color varieties on sale for $4.99/each with your ACE Rewards card.


Next here we have some featured holiday decor (it’s hard to believe that Christmas is just around the corner!). Save $100.00 on a 7-1/2 foot pre-lit Fresh Cut Frasier Fir Tree that’s on sale for $199.99. It also comes with a free Scentsicles. You’ll also be able to pick up a beautiful cordless LED wreath or garland on sale for $39.99/each.


The holiday decor deals continue on here on on page 3 of ACE Hardware’s Black Friday ad. Pick up an LED Kaleidoscope Spotlight Projector on sale for $19.99, a 60-inch lighted buck or snowman for $79.99/each, or an air blown 3-tree musical light show for $59.99.


Page 4 jumps back to the tool bargains. That includes a Craftsman 193-piece mechanics tool set on sale for $89.99 with your ACE Rewards card (normally $199.99) and a Craftsman 6-drawer ball-bearing tool check with cabinet also on sale for $89.99 with your ACE Rewards card (normally $159.99).


Page 5 features your choice of a Craftsman 2800 PSI Gas pressure washer with Honda 160cc OHV engine or a PowerBoss Portable 2500 running watt gas generator, each on sale for $249.99/each. Plus, if you live out in the part of the country that sees snow, then maybe it’s finally to stop shoveling your walkway by hand and upgrade to a Craftsman 21-inch electric-start single-stage gas powered snow thrower that’s on sale for $379.99 (normally priced at $499.99).


Here on page 6 you’ll find a really cool portable wood pellet fire pit by Flame Genie on sale for $69.99 (normally $119.00). It also comes with a free cover.


On page 7 you’ll find a digital electric smoker for the meat lover in your family. It’s on sale for $129.00 with your Ace Rewards card, saving you $70.00 (limit two). And for all guys that have now clue on what to get for your lady for Christmas, check out the Miracle-Gro Aero Garden Sprout Plus with LED Growing Kit on sale for $59.99. We’re sure your special girl will love it!


Finally on page 8, you’ll find the Nest Wi-Fi Programmable Learning Thermostat featured that’s on sale for $199.99 (the regular price is $249.99). Not only does it look cool, it’ll help you save some big bucks on your heating bill by learning your schedule and programing itself for maximum energy savings.


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