Come Spring, everyone gets involved in cleaning, renovations and sprucing up their yards. The Home Depot can be a huge help in these areas and what’s even a bigger help? Coupons to save you money on these tasks. If you sign up for Home Depot’s moving newsletter, you’ll be rewarded with an individual printable coupon for $10 off $50 to use in store.
So the particular newsletter that sends you the coupon is the one called “Moving Emails”. You’ll have to put in your move date and what sort of dwelling you are moving to to sign up for the emails and get your coupon. While you are there, you might as well sign up for the other two newsletters to see what kind of goodies you can get over time. I know that the garden one often will have weekly coupons for the garden centre, as I have already been signed up for that one for a few years now.
When I signed up for mine, the newsletters came within minutes. At the bottom of the email entitled “Let’s Get Moving!” is where you can find the link to click to get your coupon. You’ll get a coupon that you will print and take in to Home Depot the next time you go.
There is a limit of one coupon per person, but that doesn’t stop your spouse from signing up as well and using the coupon on a different trip.
The coupon is valid until the end of this year, but I can’t be sure as to when they’ll stop sending the coupon upon your newsletter sign-up, so you might not want to wait to sign up and print your coupon.
I’m looking to get a comfortable swing or swinging chair for my back deck, so I have somewhere nice to read in the evenings and on weekends (when the kids aren’t asking me to get up 1000 times). I’m hoping the Home Depot has something like this on sale that I can stack this coupon with. Something like this Dream chair for $399 would be wonderful.
For more Home Depot coupons to use online or printable coupons for in-store use, check out the forum. You can sign up to receive notifications every time a new Home Depot coupon is added, so you are always up to date on the latest.
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