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[Home Depot] Milwaukee M12 Stubby 1/2" drive $134.10

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[Home Depot] Milwaukee M12 Stubby 1/2" drive $134.10

I was able to price match the M12 stubby 1/2" at Home Depot with TEGS who has the tool on for $149, then Home Depot beat that by 10% to bring it down to $134.10 for the bare tool.

https://www.tegstools.com/Milwaukee-255 ... _8495.html
Last edited by jwhiteney on Dec 1st, 2019 6:38 pm, edited 1 time in total.
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Price match with who?
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vkizzle wrote: Price match with who?
TEGS. Sorry, URL is in original post now. This is my first deal post so of course I had to screw it up by misclicking and posting before I had the information typed in. Hope its good now.
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FYI, Tegs is only in Hamilton. So unless you live in Hamilton, you're paying 149. It's still a great price at $149.
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bluetroll wrote: FYI, Tegs is only in Hamilton. So unless you live in Hamilton, you're paying 149. It's still a great price at $149.
Maybe I just got lucky but I ordered this to be shipped to me in Toronto. Had a friend order one too with a different CSR.
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jwhiteney wrote: Maybe I just got lucky but I ordered this to be shipped to me in Toronto. Had a friend order one too with a different CSR.
Been waiting in chat for a while for an agent. How long did it take for you?
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Pretty cool idea. I could see the 1/2 inch dropping in price for though in the next few months.
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Superjester wrote: Pretty cool idea. I could see the 1/2 inch dropping in price for though in the next few months.
The regular price for the bare tool was $149 for a while. They just recently bumped it up to $199, so I'm sure most people stopped buying them.

Prolly go back down the regular price again soon.

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