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Home Depot Garden Club Coupons for Sept 2010

I received the September 2010 The Home Depot Garden Club booklet of coupons and information (mostly how to prepare your lawn for winter) yesterday.

The coupons, which are all store type, are valid through October 3, 2010.

The coupons are:
B2G1 Mums of equal or lesser value.
$2.00 OFF Glad ForceFlex Outdoor Trash Bags, 42ct
$2.00 OFF Kingsford Competition Briquettes OR Kingsford Mesquite Briquettes
$10.00 OFF Fiskars 57 Gal Tuscany Rainwater Collection System

If you want more info please go HERE.

Enjoy your savings.

Sign Up for FREE Do-It-Herself Workshops at Home Depot

Click on either of the two images above to find out all
you need to know about this program from The Home Depot.

Home Depot Wants to Help You Save Money.

Home Depot Improver

Join Home Depot’s Home Improver’s Club and
get money-saving offer and time-saving tips now!

Join Home Depot’s Garden Club & SAVE MONEY.

Join Home Depot’s Garden Club and get
money-saving offers and tip saving tips now!

Just to give you an idea of the coupons that we
received in the mail for May, go here.

Each month has different coupons.

If you want more info, (including a direct link to the sign up page), click here.

Are You About to Move? Home Depot Wants to Help.


Click HERE or on the image above to get 10% OFF your first in-store purchase when you sign up for the Home Depot Moving Club. The maximum discount that you can receive is $200.00.

BTW, here is a past post about a Lowe’s coupon in the FREE Moving Kit from the US Post Office.

Are You About to Move? Home Depot Wants to Help.


Click HERE or on the image above to get 10% OFF your first in-store purchase when you sign up for the Home Depot Moving Club. The maximum discount that you can receive is $200.00.

Join Home Depot’s Garden Club & SAVE MONEY.


Join Home Depot’s Garden Club and get
money-saving offers and tip saving tips now!

Just to give you an idea of the coupons that we
received in the mail for May, go here.

Each month has different coupons.

If you want more info, (including a direct link to the sign up page), click here.

Home Depot Garden Club Coupons for May



We received this booklet from The Home Depot Garden Club in the mail today (5/4/10).
The coupons are valid May 4-30.

The coupons are:
B1G1 Spectracide Weed Stop for Lawns or Weed Stop For Lawns Plus Crabgrass Control
$2.00 OFF Ortho Max Insect Killer for Lawns, 10lb bag granules
$4.00 OFF Ortho Max Insect Killer for Lawns, 20lb bag granules
$2.00 OFF Clorox ProResults Outdoor Bleach, 32oz or larger.
$2.00 OFF Kingsford Competition Briquettes OR Kingsford Mesquite Briquettes

If you want more info (including a direct link to the sign up page) please go here.

Enjoy your savings.

Join Home Depot’s Garden Club & SAVE MONEY.


Join Home Depot’s Garden Club and get
money-saving offers and tip saving tips now!

Just to give you an idea of the coupons that we
received in the mail for April, go here.

Each month has different coupons.

If you want more info, (including a direct link to the sign up page), click here.

Home Depot Garden Club Coupons for April



We received this booklet from The Home Depot Garden Club on Saturday.
The coupons are valid April 6-May 2. Yes, we just received this booklet a couple of weeks into the savings period.

The coupons are:
$3.00 OFF Scotts Turf Builder, 5M bag
$6.00 OFF Scotts Turf Builder, 10M bag
$9.00 OFF Scotts Turf Builder, 15M bag

B1G1 Spectracide Bug Stop Home Insect Killer, 128oz

$2.00 OFF Clorox Pro Results Outdoor Bleach, 32oz or larger, any
$2.00 OFF Kingsford Competition Briquettes OR Kingsford Mesquite Briquettes

If you want more info (including a direct link to the sign up page) please go here.

Enjoy your savings.

FREE Do-It-Herself Workshop at Home Depot.


Sign up for the Home Depot – Home Improver Club.
Plus, get free information about the Do-It-Herself workshops.

Next FREE Workshop is Marta Stewart Living Paint on April 15, 7-8:30pm

The Home Depot Wants to Help You SAVE Money.


The Home Depot has a great webpage to where you If you go here you can sign up to receive various email newsletter promos. The emails are loaded with very useful information. Go here to see what I mean.

You can sign up for:
PRO:
Exclusive offers and content just for Pros. (You have to select your type of trade, but they are using the info to tailor the info you receive).

Promotions
:
Unadvertised and online only specials, innovative product updates and store promotions.

Home Improver Club:
Monthly newsletter with New Lower Price product alerts, exclusive savings, and projects and workshops for your local area.

Local Ad
:
Emails when my local store ad is available online.

Join the Garden Club:
Newsletter emails featuring exclusive offers and timely gardening advice.

Do-It-Herself Workshops:
Where women learn hands-on home improvement skills in a comfortable group environment.

The Home Depot Racing Newsletter:
Stay up to date with the latest The Home Depot Racing news, events and activities.

I have signed up for all of them because you never know when you can learn something new. Do you have any fond memories to share about either The Home Depot, (do you own a Homer Bucket by any chance) or Lowes?

So, if any of the above categories are of interest to you, go here to sign up.

How to SAVE MONEY The Home Depot way.


The Home Depot, BTW, how many people actually say the word “The” in The Home Depot?

I recall when The Home Depot started to grow back in the late 70’s/early 80’s, and they were starting to open stores in Central Florida. It was a handyman heaven of sorts. One of the first “big box” or “segment killer” types of stores I can remember.

Though my Dad preferred to shop at Scotty’s or Snodgrass Hardware, he would also take me to Home Depot (Central Florida didn’t have Lowe’s yet). I was always amazed by the size of the place, the smell of freshly cut wood, and other scents attacking my nostrils as soon as the door opened.

Fast forward a few years, ok, decades, and I barely make it to Home Depot anymore, more or less because there isn’t one as close by as the Lowe’s is from our home. But, I do like to save money at both stores, so I sign up for all the programs I can.

If you go here you can sign up to receive various email newsletter promos.
You can sign up for:
PRO:
Exclusive offers and content just for Pros. (You have to select your type of trade, but they are using the info to tailor the info you receive).

Promotions
:
Unadvertised and online only specials, innovative product updates and store promotions.

Home Improver Club:
Monthly newsletter with New Lower Price product alerts, exclusive savings, and projects and workshops for your local area.

Local Ad
:
Emails when my local store ad is available online.

Join the Garden Club:
Newsletter emails featuring exclusive offers and timely gardening advice.

Do-It-Herself Workshops:
Where women learn hands-on home improvement skills in a comfortable group environment.

The Home Depot Racing Newsletter:
Stay up to date with the latest The Home Depot Racing news, events and activities.

I have signed up for all of them because you never know when you can learn something new. Do you have any fond memories to share about either The Home Depot, (do you own a Homer Bucket by any chance) or Lowes?

How to SAVE Money at The Home Depot


UPDATE: 7:33AM EDT, 3/26/10. I found out a few minutes ago that the direct link to the Home Depot page has changed. I have updated it.

The Home Depot, BTW, how many people actually say the word “The” in The Home Depot?

I recall when The Home Depot started to grow back in the late 70’s/early 80’s, and they were starting to open stores in Central Florida. It was a handyman heaven of sorts. One of the first “big box” or “segment killer” types of stores I can remember.

Though my Dad preferred to shop at Scotty’s or Snodgrass Hardware, he would also take me to Home Depot (Central Florida didn’t have Lowe’s yet). I was always amazed by the size of the place, the smell of freshly cut wood, and other scents attacking my nostrils as soon as the door opened.

Fast forward a few years, ok, decades, and I barely make it to Home Depot anymore, more or less because there isn’t one as close by as the Lowe’s is from our home. But, I do like to save money at both stores, so I sign up for all the programs I can.

If you go here you can sign up to receive various email newsletter promos.
You can sign up for:
PRO:
Exclusive offers and content just for Pros. (You have to select your type of trade, but they are using the info to tailor the info you receive).

Promotions
:
Unadvertised and online only specials, innovative product updates and store promotions.

Home Improver Club:
Monthly newsletter with New Lower Price product alerts, exclusive savings, and projects and workshops for your local area.

Local Ad
:
Emails when my local store ad is available online.

Join the Garden Club:
Newsletter emails featuring exclusive offers and timely gardening advice.

Do-It-Herself Workshops:
Where women learn hands-on home improvement skills in a comfortable group environment.

The Home Depot Racing Newsletter:
Stay up to date with the latest The Home Depot Racing news, events and activities.

I have signed up for all of them because you never know when you can learn something new. Do you have any fond memories to share about either The Home Depot, (do you own a Homer Bucket by any chance) or Lowes?

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