Logan71 said: Does this stack? I'm looking at buying some flooring to have installed, and it's likely I'd use their 6/12 month financing to avoid tying up any cash. Any experience with this avenue?
I bought flooring last year on Black Friday using a 10% off + double Cash Back from ebates + ongoing sales + no sales tax and saved around $70. If you use these at the right time, you will definitely end up saving a lot of money.
wvtalbot said: Easy way to get 10% off without the coupon. Have a Lowe's CC and bitch to the manager how they give 10% off at the post office and here they are only giving you 5% off with the CC. I have gotten 10% off many times and 15% a few times.
For the sake of your health, make sure I'm not behind you in line when you start your bitch-fest.
NoMoneyInMyWallet said: Kinda OT, but ... can you use the 10% Lowe's hard copy coupons from the post office at Lowes.com? I've never gotten them from the post office, I've always used the printable ones from the Lowes moving link, but I presume they are the same. If so, yes, they can be used online.
I wouldn't consider this a hot deal really since it's been available for years now but I guess it's good to let people that don't know about it see.
I used one of these on Black Friday a few years ago no problem but they're BF sales don't seem that great.... at least for what I was looking at. They aren't terrible but for BF I'd expect better.
This year I think I saw a Dewalt cordless drill for $99 and unless it's a different model I've seen it in weekly ads a few times now.
Myself with these I try to balance out using addresses. I'll use mine.... my moms.... dads... grandma's..... and not any one to many times in a short time frame and I try to use different e-mail addresses too. They had a $5 off $25 before and I had to use different e-mails but eventually it said my IP has maxed out the number of coupons. Then I just had to go and use another IP.
I just used it to buy a Weber grill. That's a difficult item to get any sort of discount off of list price on. Between the 10% coupon, the 5% home improvement store Cash Back, and the 5% Shop Discover, I'll have done alright. I'm not so sure I'll get the Shop Discover back, as they specify that it can't be used in conjunction with any other discount (the 10%). Either way, it's a great deal--especially as Lowes is tossing in free assembly and delivery.
i bought a house recently... Lowes mailers inside of USPS letter were sent to me...$10 off $50 but not 10%. the coupons are one time use only and can be used online. So im able to take this to Home Depot and they'll price match the coupon?
slickdeal45 said: I just used it to buy a Weber grill. That's a difficult item to get any sort of discount off of list price on. Between the 10% coupon, the 5% home improvement store Cash Back, and the 5% Shop Discover, I'll have done alright. I'm not so sure I'll get the Shop Discover back, as they specify that it can't be used in conjunction with any other discount (the 10%). Either way, it's a great deal--especially as Lowes is tossing in free assembly and delivery.
Off topic, but unless you totally un-handy or actually don't have hands, I would not allow Lowes (or Home Depot or any other store) assemble anything. I am always amazed at how poorly assembled store display items are assembled, and their bosses see those. Also, I always appreciate knowing how stuff is put together so I can fix it if there is a problem.
I'm sure they'll do a fine job, and if not, that'll be easily taken care of. Time is valuable to me. I've put a Genesis together, and there's not much to be learned that can't be discerned by the diagrams. I'm just happy that I've found a sizable discount on a product that rarely goes on sale.
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