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[Home Depot] Ryobi 18v Glue Gun $19.99 YMMV

Ryobi 18v Glue Gun

This is on sale for $19.99, which is 50% off its original price of $39.99. Use it with your Ryobi battery which powers more than 100 other Ryobi tools.

As most Ryobi 18v tools, it’s convenient to have a glue gun that does not require a 110v AC source. Online price comes up as 39.99, but in store the shelf tag actually shows the correct price of $19.99.
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HarelD475 wrote: Ryobi 18v Glue Gun

This is on sale for $19.99, which is 50% off its original price of $39.99. Use it with your Ryobi battery which powers more than 100 other Ryobi tools.

As most Ryobi 18v tools, it’s convenient to have a glue gun that does not require a 110v AC source. Online price comes up as 39.99, but in store the shelf tag actually shows the correct price of $19.99.
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Which online store you see this price? Mine is Richmond Hill and showing 40.
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I know, as I indicated in the posting, the price still shows $39.99, but it’s not. It’s $19.99!
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WTH, I bought it last week at the original price, and I haven't even opened the package.....
I guess the store tag maybe reflects the sale price as my local store now shows OOS, ( it was a lot when I bought it last week)
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Are the glue refill sticks universal?
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lmx116 wrote: Which online store you see this price? Mine is Richmond Hill and showing 40.
Barrhaven in Ottawa, On. I edited the post and posted an image of the receipt showing the price of $19.99.
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Is this the regular price for the caulk gun? I think it's been on sale under $60? Is there a price history site like camelx3 that works for homedepot.ca?

RYOBI 18V ONE+ Cordless Power Caulk and Adhesive Gun (Tool Only)
Model # P310G|Store SKU # 1000406503
$79.00 / each
https://www.homedepot.ca/product/ryobi- ... 1000406503
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guanghot wrote: How would you be able to order it at shelf price when you can only order online and have curbside pick up?
Stores are open in Ontario for shopping inside the store. You don’t have to do curb side pickup if you want to shop in store, as I like to do.
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Thanks OP!
Was looking to add one of these to my Ryobi collection (of tools that I don't actual use Face With Stuck-out Tongue And Winking Eye) but thought $40 was way too much. Will check next time I'm heading to HD... $20 is more reasonable.
I can't afford to save that much!
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waven101 wrote: still showing 40
From OP:

Online price comes up as 39.99, but in store the shelf tag actually shows the correct price of $19.99.
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What’s the legality in ON for having two prices for the same item? I can’t see it being acceptable to have a different in-store price versus a higher Curbside pickup price. I often see this pricing BS happening at HD.
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ODoyleRulz wrote: What’s the legality in ON for having two prices for the same item? I can’t see it being acceptable to have a different in-store price versus a higher Curbside pickup price. I often see this pricing BS happening at HD.
Walmart and Canadian tire are even worse.

Canadian tire is the worst. Every store has different prices lol

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