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[Home Depot] Free Ryobi 7-1/4" Compound Miter Saw with purchase of a Ryobi 6-tool kit

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[Home Depot] Free Ryobi 7-1/4" Compound Miter Saw with purchase of a Ryobi 6-tool kit

This one took some digging as it doesn't pop up automatically on the product pages, but in the Promotions page there is a coupon for a free RYOBI 18V ONE+ Cordless 7-1/4 -inch Compound Miter Saw (Tool Only) with Blade and Blade Wrench ($159 value) with the purchase of a RYOBI 18V ONE+ Lithium-Ion Cordless 6-Tool Combo Kit with (2) Batteries, Charger, and Bag for $398

It says to provide customer service with coupon code: PE918851, or use the chat if you're ordering online.

The base kit includes:
  • P215 18V ONE+ Drill/Driver with bit
  • P235A 18V ONE+ Impact Driver with bit
  • P519 18V ONE+ Reciprocating Saw with blade
  • P505 18V ONE+ Circular Saw with blade and blade wrench
  • P343 18V ONE+ Multi-Tool
  • P705 18V ONE+ Work Light
  • P189 18V ONE+ 1.5 Ah Battery
  • P197 18V ONE+ 4.0 Ah High Capacity Battery
  • P118B 18V ONE+ Charger
  • Bag, and operator's manuals
And then you get the free:
  • P553 18-Volt ONE+ 7-1/4 in. miter saw, (1) blade, (1) blade wrench, and operator's manual
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I recently spent nearly this much on a Milwaukee 2 tool kit with just a 7-1/4" circular saw, drill, and batteries - I think this might have swayed me if I'd come across it first. Both Ryobi and Milwaukee are owned by TTIgroup.com, while Ryobi is more homeowner/DIY grade, they get the job done and have great warranties. I have a growing collection of both.
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Max refund value of 6 tools: $284.39

Max refund for saw: $113.61

Thanks to antithesis99
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I'm a Ridgid fanboy due to their LSA, but this is a solid deal, especially for those looking to get into the Ryobi ecosystem or who are starting out. Good find OP.
Please don't ask or beg for "thanks". Don't act like this is Facebook. If someone found your post helpful, let them decide if they want to make that click. The more you beg, the less you'll get. Cheers
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The Ridgid warranty is great for sure. Did you see the free 2.0Ah battery & charger coupon with a Ridgid bare tool purchase? PE918837

It's crazy how far $400 will go on the Ryobi system though. I'd recommend picking up a couple of extra batteries; maybe a Jigsaw with a free 2.0Ah battery & charger using code PE918833.
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Man I got into bosch after that Lowes clear out sale with cheap batteries a few months ago.. Now I'm finding everything is expensive as I try and build out a full set of tools.
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shylok wrote: Man I got into bosch after that Lowes clear out sale with cheap batteries a few months ago.. Now I'm finding everything is expensive as I try and build out a full set of tools.
Bosch are good tools. You chose well. I am in the Makita battery ecosystem, do you want to talk expensive?
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philharmonic wrote: Is anyone else thinking, what’s the return value of the tool kit, to get the mitre saw on the cheap?
I bought this last week, coupon showed up automatically at register, no hassles.

As per receipt, max refund value of 6 tools: $284.39
Max refund for saw: $113.61
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CaptSmethwick wrote: Bosch are good tools. You chose well. I am in the Makita battery ecosystem, do you want to talk expensive?
Lol. I do see Makita alot on my jobsites. Lots of our trades use them. Milwaukee as well I think.
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If I didn't get my Milwaukee set I probably would have gotten this and saved a bit of money:(. Thanks anyways op
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antithesis99 wrote: I bought this last week, coupon showed up automatically at register, no hassles.

As per receipt, max refund value of 6 tools: $284.39
Max refund for saw: $113.61
Thanks! Makes the tool kit pretty dang hot if you don’t need the mitre saw.
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Imo for small jobs around the house Ryobi is fine.
If I were to do construction work for a living I most definitely get Milwaukee or Dewalt.
I have Ryobi cordless stuff and will be fine for intermittent use but I would highly doubt it can take the abuse on a construction site. For example on my cordless drill the trigger as well as the direction button seem flimsy.
I'm looking at the cordless miter saw for a while, never seen a decent deal on the tool so far. Don't need the other stuff. Crossing fingers for BF or BD.
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it's a good set and you get lots of things just with $398

but just to let you guys know, before the promotion with free mitre saw, they were selling it for $348

and then it came with free mitre saw and they bumped up the price tp $398

but there was one day tho, on thursday july 30, that they already applied the free mitre saw with the price still at $348

it also happened the same with 4-tool with free multi tool, they bumped from $199 to $248

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how can i avail this via ordering online? I have nowhere to input the code...?
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OP mentioned you need to do the online chat and have them apply it to your cart. Yeah homedepot online shopping is lame.
DimsumDeals wrote: how can i avail this via ordering online? I have nowhere to input the code...?
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