Home Depot HomeDepot.ca Ultimate Tool Event - Up to $300 In Instant Savings, Ends December 12 + 4% Cash Back HomeDepot.ca Ultimate Tool Event

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It's time to save on tools at HomeDepot.ca! You'll save up to $300 during their Ultimate Tool Event, on November 29 through December 12. And don't forget to shop through the RedFlagDeals.com cash-back links to earn 4% back on your purchases.

Purchase one or any combination of select portable power tools, bench and stationary tools, pneumatics, compressors, wet/dry vacs or generators and you'll save between $25-$300 on your purchase, here's how the discounts work:

  • Spend $149-$299, save $25
  • Spend $300-$599, save $50
  • Spend $600-$999, save $125
  • Spend $1000-$1499, save $200
  • Spend $1500+, save $300

You can view the qualifying tool selection here. The Ultimate Tool Event is available on in-stock products both online and in-store until December 12. Until December 5, most $299+ HomeDepot.ca purchases ship for free.

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    • I got this email this morning - was hoping to double-dip with the Black Friday deals but guess they thought of that :)

      bjl
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    • Drthorne wrote:
      Nov 27th, 2012 1:53 pm
      they have a 30 day price policy so you may also be able to get these discount on tools purchased after Oct 29th

      Thank you OP for pointin out this important point. i bought the ridgid table saw oct 31.
      $50 discount coming my way thanks to you!
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    • Buying myself a good compressor
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    • Sweet spot for maximum discount is $600.

      600 * 20.83% = $125

      $1000 and $1500 are obviously @ 20%.
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    • Krakenlayer wrote:
      Nov 27th, 2012 3:30 pm
      Buying myself a good compressor
      Unfortunately even with these deals compressors are still overpriced at home depot for the most part. A price match + this deal if you can pull it off would be sweet.

      The Makita MAC700 is a workhorse and it looks like HD pulled the solo unit off their site but they sell it in store. If you can PM with IHL and get $25 its probably the best bang for buck compressor out there
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    • Thanks been waiting to pull the trigger on a hammer drill/impact driver set. The extra 25 off might seal the deal for me.
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    • is there a cheap way to get $125 off a $599 tool with a filler item?
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    • sxtra wrote:
      Nov 27th, 2012 4:36 pm
      I'm looking for mitre saw too, it looks DeWalt DW718 12" sliding saw is on sale everywhere, having this $50 off, it comes $400. how does this compare to the ridgid?

      http://www.homedepot.ca/product/dewalt- ... saw/931443
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      I've read a few reviews on the Dewalt and it has quality issues. I would get the ridgid for the larger work surface compared to the Dewalt
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    • Drthorne wrote:
      Nov 27th, 2012 5:40 pm
      I've read a few reviews on the Dewalt and it has quality issues. I would get the ridgid for the larger work surface compared to the Dewalt
      I am a carpenter and I have had this Dewalt saw for over 4 years now and it is a great saw. I have recently used the Rigid saw and although it does have a bigger work surface it has a poor setup to change the angle of your cut. The Rigid saw I was using also cut 1 degree out of plumb even though it had been lightly used and was fairly new. The built in laser was also 1/8" off of the side of the blade (not sure if it was adjustable or not).
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    • Drthorne wrote:
      Nov 27th, 2012 5:40 pm
      I've read a few reviews on the Dewalt and it has quality issues. I would get the ridgid for the larger work surface compared to the Dewalt
      I'm not a carpenter but I love working with wood as a hobby and I use this saw all the time. Not one issue, I love this beast. It's a great saw.
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    • a while ago, the ridgid was on special buy with stand for $499
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    • sxtra wrote:
      Nov 27th, 2012 4:36 pm
      I'm looking for mitre saw too, it looks DeWalt DW718 12" sliding saw is on sale everywhere, having this $50 off, it comes $400. how does this compare to the ridgid?
      Picked one of these up a couple years ago with air miles at Rona. It's been perfect and i have used it on many projects and not a problem. It's heavy but other than that I agree with the reviews on the net. This saw is great.
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    • The other great thing about the Dewalt 12" is that there are special accessories one can order for it for doing crown, etc. Together with the stand, one can pretty much do almost anything with it. Really, the saw of choice for most trades if they can afford it.
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    • Woohoo, that is what I need to buy the Ridgid table saw!
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