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[Home Depot] Home Depot Black Friday Ad (Nov.26-Dec. 2)

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[Home Depot] Home Depot Black Friday Ad (Nov.26-Dec. 2)

Black Friday Ad (Nov.26-Dec. 2)
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Sep 11, 2011
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Milwaukee 18V set or the Dewalt 20V set? Same price at $168.

Or even the Ridgid Gen5X 18V for $188!
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The Ryobi Brad Nailer @ $119.... havent kept track of prices, but seems like a good deal?
Newbie
Dec 3, 2009
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Ottawa
last week I just bought the Rigid R4518 wonder if the one in the flyer is the exact same for a price match....still have it in the box if needed to return.
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Oct 18, 2019
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KennyX wrote: The Ryobi Brad Nailer @ $119.... havent kept track of prices, but seems like a good deal?
I been eying this for a while now.

From research, it was reported at 88$ and 98$ in 2019. That said the regular price of the tool has gone up from 149 to 169, to 194 to the now 184$.

Best deal from what I recall this year would have been at 149$ with a free starter kit. That would had made de tool at around 93$ if you consider the return value. Still kicking myself that I missed that.

EDIT : That said the 10$ coupon should work in store, bringing the price to 109$.
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Jun 20, 2017
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What is the difference between the Milwaukee combo kit for $168 and the one for $198. They look exactly the same?
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Aug 21, 2011
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Unless I'm missing something, the 3 Ryobi items have gone from $88 last year to $119...
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wippingboy wrote: What is the difference between the Milwaukee combo kit for $168 and the one for $198. They look exactly the same?
It is the same one, it goes on sale for $168 for the black friday flyer only (Nov 26-Dec 2), then goes back to $198 until the end of the year. Same goes for the dewalt. The Christmas guide (the one with the $198 price) was part of last week's flyer too. It's confusing , I know....
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Jun 20, 2017
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aretogj wrote: It is the same one, it goes on sale for $168 for the black friday flyer only (Nov 26-Dec 2), then goes back to $198 until the end of the year. Same goes for the dewalt. The Christmas guide (the one with the $198 price) was part of last week's flyer too. It's confusing , I know....
Thank you for that explanation.
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May 13, 2013
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Montréal
ApocDeals wrote: Milwaukee 18V set or the Dewalt 20V set? Same price at $168.

Or even the Ridgid Gen5X 18V for $188!
Or even the Makita at $199. Any recommendations?
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Dec 3, 2008
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Does anyone know if there will be more deals day/weekend of? Or is this it?

I'm in the market for a shop vac and contemplating the little one here for $99.
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Dec 22, 2010
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Ottawa
Simagu2 wrote: Or even the Makita at $199. Any recommendations?
Only recommendation I would suggest is that stick with one brand. I was juggling between Milwaukee and DeWalt a few years ago and I personally went for for Milwaukee as most of my contracting friends use them. X years later, I still have a nice collection of Milwaukee tools which I usually get a new tool or 2 every year and they haven't changes the battery style in ages. At Work, we used DeWalt and have no complaints either.

IMHO you cannot go wrong with either one. I had some Ryobi a way back and wasn't satisfied. They may have improved since though. Can't comment on Makita.

good luck! :)
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nico29 wrote: Unless I'm missing something, the 3 Ryobi items have gone from $88 last year to $119...
This is quite sad, i bought the nailer @ $88 last year, hoping the 4AH batteries will be $88 again this year.

Glacier Bay Premier Toilet is now $98, BF deal is $112?!?!

the Ryobi drill press was always $148.......

i guess HD has lost a lot of profit from the Ryobi 20% off error during the summer....

however, they still made very good money over the entire pandemic.....and is still trying to rip us off now?

these are all rubbish deals....
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Nov 24, 2018
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yellowmp5 wrote: This is quite sad, i bought the nailer @ $88 last year, hoping the 4AH batteries will be $88 again this year.

Glacier Bay Premier Toilet is now $98, BF deal is $112?!?!

the Ryobi drill press was always $148.......

i guess HD has lost a lot of profit from the Ryobi 20% off error during the summer....

however, they still made very good money over the entire pandemic.....and is still trying to rip us off now?

these are all rubbish deals....
Agree, some item are indeed more expensive than non-BF price, or a week before that. Kind of dissapointed here as well.
I am aiming at that husky 26" tool box 298. Not going down...
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ApocDeals wrote: Milwaukee 18V set or the Dewalt 20V set? Same price at $168.

Or even the Ridgid Gen5X 18V for $188!
Ridgid lifetime warranty on battery and tool makes it very attractive.
Newbie
Dec 22, 2010
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Ottawa
X24Secret wrote: Ridgid lifetime warranty on battery and tool makes it very attractive.
Good point...but IIRC, unless you register your tool from the getgo, it's a hassle to get compensated afterwards if it breaks.

In addition, you are basically limited to continue your tool purchase only at home depot whereas Milwaukee and DeWalt is a more "universal" brand, therefore you don't rely only on HD when they go on sale (i.e. TSC/Peavey Mart, JC Cayer, Elite Tools, etc.).

I have some Ridgid stuff, but not for power tools... :)

My $0.05...
Newbie
Nov 21, 2018
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Strange, can't load the flipp flyer at all in Firefox (with/without adblock). In Chrome, only appears as 2 pages (so like 20 items total, 1/3 of which aren't even on sale?!?!). Yikes.
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Sep 30, 2004
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Makita is definitely premium tier. The price is typically more, and I find they have less specialized tools which average joe home owner would find useful. That said, with battery adapters, you could have makita tools + bats, and then buy the rinky dink other tools.

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