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[Home Depot] Christmas tree and decoration clearance - YMMV

Looks like Home Depot has started their Christmas decoration clearance.

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Interesting, Lowes also had 50% off Christmas clearance the other day, two weeks before Christmas.
The world is certainly moving faster these days Smiling Face With Open Mouth
In fact in Rand McNally they wear hats on their feet and hamburgers eat people
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matthuynh wrote: Which Home Depot are the pictures from?
The Home Depots here in Brampton are doing the same clearance. I went in yesterday to PM the Dewalt 20V Chainsaw...ended up spending an extra $120 on Christmas stuff lol

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Christmas greenery as well. Live Christmas trees too, though they hadn't updated the signage yet.

(Edit) Pet peeve: why don't most stands have a screw or support at the bottom of the trunk too? Having it 6" from the very bottom creates a pivot point, allowing it to tip easier. I always have to shove some small pieces of wood cut offs at the bottom. I'm on my 3rd tree stand after trying out different ones over the years. And two years ago I had a tree fall in the middle of the night. 🫣

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Skilas wrote: And two years ago I had a tree fall in the middle of the night. 🫣
How do you know it fell? Was anyone around to hear it?
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redfd123 wrote: How do you know it fell? Was anyone around to hear it?
Luckily it was back when I was still awake late at night.

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Skilas wrote: Luckily it was back when I was still awake late at night.


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Never had this problem…. You sure it isn’t your cat or something?

With those eye bolts I really torque them down and even use a screwdriver or anything as leverage through the eye to pierce right into the tree.
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Skilas wrote: Christmas greenery as well. Live Christmas trees too, though they hadn't updated the signage yet.

(Edit) Pet peeve: why don't most stands have a screw or support at the bottom of the trunk too? Having it 6" from the very bottom creates a pivot point, allowing it to tip easier. I always have to shove some small pieces of wood cut offs at the bottom. I'm on my 3rd tree stand after trying out different ones over the years. And two years ago I had a tree fall in the middle of the night. PXL_20221215_233141976.jpg
I got Santa’s last stand for $2 last year clearance after Boxing Day ( haven’t used it yet)
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Also see this clearance pricing starting couple weeks ago in several HD’s.
The markdowns are still too low to bother thought
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networksend wrote: I got Santa’s last stand for $2 last year clearance after Boxing Day ( haven’t used it yet)
I am currently using the Omega Stand last year and this year.
networksend wrote: Also see this clearance pricing starting couple weeks ago in several HD’s.
The markdowns are still too low to bother thought
I'm sure it's YMMV on clearance times. Mine in Ontario just started Thursday. I was there on Wed, no clearance. On Friday, I went again, and they said they just started the day before.
StudYork wrote: Never had this problem…. You sure it isn’t your cat or something?

With those eye bolts I really torque them down and even use a screwdriver or anything as leverage through the eye to pierce right into the tree.
No cat. No dog. Tree was just not balanced well. I do tighten them well. Problem is when you tighten too tight, and the opposing sides don't match exactly right, it creates a twisting force on the base of the trunk. Had I also weighted the base, I could have had it tip a bit and not fall over. As a kid, we used to put bricks on the base to hold any minor tipping.
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Ooh wonder if that $1200 tree is on for half price.
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Skilas wrote: (Edit) Pet peeve: why don't most stands have a screw or support at the bottom of the trunk too? Having it 6" from the very bottom creates a pivot point, allowing it to tip easier. I always have to shove some small pieces of wood cut offs at the bottom. I'm on my 3rd tree stand after trying out different ones over the years. And two years ago I had a tree fall in the middle of the night. 🫣
With this type the tree is secured on the bottom as well; Two screws from the round base into the bottom of the tree, so the bottom can't move. Then the 4 screws hold it in place.
Yeah, It's the US website, but you can also find them there. Grab a two stainless steel screws from hardware and you won't have to worry about rusted screws for the bottom. We got ours over 15 years ago.
https://www.homedepot.com/p/Santa-s-Sol ... /311799738

at CT: https://www.canadiantire.ca/en/pdp/sant ... 3729p.html
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karlb wrote: With this type the tree is secured on the bottom as well; Two screws from the round base into the bottom of the tree, so the bottom can't move. Then the 4 screws hold it in place.
Yeah, It's the US website, but you can also find them there. Grab a two stainless steel screws from hardware and you won't have to worry about rusted screws for the bottom. We got ours over 15 years ago.
https://www.homedepot.com/p/Santa-s-Sol ... /311799738

at CT: https://www.canadiantire.ca/en/pdp/sant ... 3729p.html
Ya, that's something that would be useful. Wish they showed photos though in both the product descriptions for that part.
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Skilas wrote: Ya, that's something that would be useful. Wish they showed photos though in both the product descriptions for that part.
You took a picture of it. $44. Last photo in the 2nd photo post.
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karlb wrote: You took a picture of it. $44. Last photo in the 2nd photo post.
Oh, I get it now. The red grill thing gets screwed into the base. Keeping it from sliding around since it will fill the whole bottom of the stand. Ok, that makes sense now.

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