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*Expired* Save $3 LED Lights at The Home Depot

by Freebies4Mom on November 5, 2009 6:42 am

Starting today you can get some sweet deals on lights at The Home Depot when you trade-in your old or broken Christmas Lights for a $3 off any Energy Efficient LED lights coupon (up to 5 coupons per customer). Use your $3 coupon at The Home Depotto get this50-light LED Dome Set for $2.97 (it’s currently marked down from $6.97 to $5.97). I don’t know how long this sale price wil last, and I’m guessing they’ll sell-out of these lights. Remember you can trade-in up to 5 strands of old or broken lights for up to 5 coupons.

Remember that The Home Depot also accepts competitor’s coupons! I’ve been saving my $5 off $25 True Value coupons I find in my free magazines to use at The Home Depot. Each store handles the coupons a bit differently so I recommend you talk to the Customer Service desk. My store will accept most competitor’s coupons and even some printable coupons (manager reviews them on a case-by-case basis).

Plan-Ahead Tip: Don’t throw away any light strands that stop working during this holiday season. Even if there aren’t any current “trade-in” deals for your lights right now, save them for next season when we’ll likely see similar offers! This is the second year The Home Depot has done a lights trade-in program so I expect they’ll do it next year too.

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Zachary November 5, 2009 at 9:37 am

Just FYI, Lowes will match the Home Depot offer (I called three stores around where I live and all of them said they would match or beat it.) They also said they will be running an ad on Friday to compete with the HD offer. My advice, take your strings in, get the coupon, then wait for Lowes. They have better quality products and much more selection, especially when it comes to LEDs.

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Anonymous November 5, 2009 at 12:26 pm

I realized that home depot took competitors a few weeks ago. I went to use 3 of those $2 discover coupons there. 2 of the cashiers put it in a a manufacturer coupon but the last one must have thought it was a competitior coupon and key it in as a competitor coupon. That is when I relized they took them. So they must take them at my home depot.

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