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posted: Aug. 4, 2009 @ 7:10p
Neither Lowes or Home Depot has an official corporate competitor's coupon acceptance policy. It has always been a YMMV at the discretion of the acting store manager. Both Lowes and Home Depot have an official corporate and advertised competior price price match policy. However it is near impossible to get a PM on major purchases since both seem to have manufacturer model specific items exclusively sold at one store and not the other. Lately it is becoming more and more difficult to get Lowes or Home Depot to even accept their own company issued coupons. For example, in my area, both Lowes and Home Depot refuse to accept any Internet printed coupons even if the coupon was sent by their own company!(;
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posted: Aug. 4, 2009 @ 8:50p
as cnlsfg said, most no longer accept printed coupons. And lately some HDs have stopped accepting the Lowes Movers coupon which are very easy to get at the local post office.
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posted: Aug. 6, 2009 @ 8:53p
Most HD's will only take those credit-card looking Lowes coupons since they appear "official". There's just too much eb*y fraud going on with coupons that has destroyed it for the rest of us. You'll have much better luck with pricematchng, but the caveat is that they need to be the same product with the same bar code. There's a lot of uniquely sold items even with the brand names in the stores.
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posted: Aug. 7, 2009 @ 7:51a
YMMV! Every manager at every HD and lowes is going to have different a opinion depending on the stores sales plan. Go in and try if you get rejected go to a different store or try a different manager on a different day. Good luck!
OMG this has to be the most reposted questions on FW DD.
posted: Oct. 2, 2009 @ 1:44p
I have had no problem getting my local HDs to accept the Lowes movers coupon. They haven't even blinked and when asked they simply state they do indeed accept competitors coupons.
I am looking for another fairly reliable source of coupons, besides the movers coupon -- surely there must be one or two that regularly have them. Local post offices have been moving those coupon packets to behind the counter and seem like they may stop having them altogether.
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