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The Home Depot: Get a $25 off $100 Coupon When You Purchase a Christmas Tree by Dec 5

The Home Depot Christmas Tree Coupon
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This holiday season, get your Christmas tree at Home Depot and they'll treat you to a $25 coupon.

You'll have until December 5 to make your eligible purchase and coupons are valid on purchases of $100 or more made between January 3-30. This coupon-offer is available on the purchase of any fresh-cut or artificial tree at The Home Depot.

You'll have to shop in-store to claim your coupon, but if you're in the market for an artificial tree, you can preview some of the available styles at HomeDepot.ca EARN CASH BACK.

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  • AVATAR
    • The Shirker
    • Thanks! I looked at the flyer and it says it's for any fresh-cut or artificial tree. They have 5'-6' firs for $19.99 so it's like getting the tree for free, and getting 5% off a $100 purchase in January.
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    • def47
    • Try to combine this with a PM from rona to get 15% off,
      but you might have to buy for up to 50$ worth of stuff.
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    • wiresncode
    • It's tough to keep a cut tree looking good for that long, me thinks they're counting on you purchasing a second one the week before Christmas.....
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    • cup4leafs
    • add sugar to your water and the tree will last longer than a month
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    • wiebecj
    • not at all, we've had real trees for the last 10 years and always get em dec 1st and they look great until new years
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    • HaZaRd
    • It's tough to keep a cut tree looking good for that long, me thinks they're counting on you purchasing a second one the week before Christmas.....
      It's only three weeks, four at the most. Granted they will absolutely inhale water for the first few days but after that it's easy enough.
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    • MarvinMartian
    • For any DIY'ers out there that are buying their Christmas tree this week:

      If you buy your Christmas tree from Home Depot this Thursday November 29th to Wednesday December 5th receive a $25.00 coupon valid towards your next purchase of $100.00 or more between January 3rd and January 30th 2013.

      I could not find a specific link to it on the HD website but it is in the flyer this week. Not a bad deal considering a half decent size tree will cost you about $35 bucks so in the end it would be like spending $10 bucks on a Christmas tree. Any RFDer can appreciate that
      My hopes and dreams of BOGI (Buy One Get Infinity) Christmas trees has been shattered.
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    • blainehamilton
    • Better to buy early if you are in a warmer climate. At home inside with a base full of sugar water is better than sitting outside in the dry air for 2 weeks before you take it home.


      Thankfully (and unfortunetely) I don't have to worry about the warmer climate issue...
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    • mvranas
    • Tempting, but I'm not a fan of these buy now/buy later type of deals. I don't want to be forced to spend $100 at HD in January just to get the $25 they're promising me now. Ikea did something similar, last year.
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    • SizzleChest
    • It's tough to keep a cut tree looking good for that long, me thinks they're counting on you purchasing a second one the week before Christmas.....
      Depends on what kind of tree you're buying - Douglas firs which are the most common cut Christmas tree (at least in western Canada) might not last that long. Noble firs on the other hand should easily last that long. A Noble fir will weigh considerably more than a Douglas fir of the same size due to its water retention. They are definitely more expensive though as well. Grand firs are somewhere in between as far as longevity, but will have the most potent smell.

      ...and that concludes Christmas trees 101.
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    • Anatomy
    • my wife loves a specific artificial tree that HD is selling. I don't get a vote so this is probably the best deal I'm going to get. Thanks OP
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    • rougeflagdeal
    • Buy from ikea for only $20.00 any size. PLUS receive a $20.00 coupon (redeem jan2 to feb28, 2013, for 20 off an ikea purchase of 75 or more).
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    • mvranas
    • Buy from ikea for only $20.00 any size. PLUS receive a $20.00 coupon (redeem jan2 to feb28, 2013, for 20 off an ikea purchase of 75 or more).
      Yeah, this is the one they had last year. Great deal for a real tree, but they only had big ones left. We had to cut quite a bit from the bottom, as well as trimming the top, just to get it into the space! :P
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    • rocking23nf
    • we did this deal last year at this point of the season, it lasted till the new year. Tree selection was really good also.
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    • Hugh Jass
    • Tempting, but I'm not a fan of these buy now/buy later type of deals. I don't want to be forced to spend $100 at HD in January just to get the $25 they're promising me now. Ikea did something similar, last year.
      +1

      OP, you should change thread title from 'gift card' to 'coupon'.
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    • ram77
    • +1

      OP, you should change thread title from 'gift card' to 'coupon'.
      Was about to say the same thing. I really hate to nitpick, but there's a big difference between this coupon and the $25 gift card the way this post is currently titled.
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    • cheapbastage
    • Buy a tree from Scouts Canada, the money you give will go back into the community. Maybe it will stop some kid from breaking into your car or spray painting your house. Think of the money saved there. I know this is RFD...mAybe my post will be deleted.
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    • MarvinMartian
    • Buy a tree from Scouts Canada, the money you give will go back into the community. Maybe it will stop some kid from breaking into your car or spray painting your house. Think of the money saved there. I know this is RFD...mAybe my post will be deleted.
      Good idea. There's also many other charities/NPO's out there selling Christmas trees. We've bought from the Optimist Club in the past, and they picked it up afterwards.
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    • Mayosandwich
    • Fake trees > Real trees

      Used to buy a real tree every year for 31 years until last year. You save money, the environment and no clean up after vacuuming all the pines, when you bring in a 10 foot tree, it was tedious cleaning up. Only thing i miss is the tree smell.

      If you want a hotter deal, go buy your tree on xmas eve after 4pm and you get it free. My uncle does this every year, has never paid for a tree.
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    • SizzleChest
    • Used to buy a real tree every year for 31 years until last year. You save money, the environment and no clean up after vacuuming all the pines
      Actually, I recall hearing on the David Suzuki report, cut trees are more environmentally friendly compared to artificial trees. They definitely save money, but then you also have to "fluff" them every year when you set them up which can be annoying. I grew up with an artificial tree and now that I call the shots, it's a real tree every Christmas.

      EDIT: found the link
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    • torspiker
    • $25 off with $100+ purchase when you buy a Christmas tree. Will need the original receipt showing that you bought a tree when you use the coupon. Thanks for the clarification, guys ! Thanks !

      Fine print:
      - This offer is not valid on Special Orders, labour, installation, maintenance, gift cards or certificates, with any other discounts or prior purchases.
      - This offer cannot be combined with any other offer, promotion or special incentive program.
      - Not valid for use on homedepot.ca
      - No substitutions or rain checks.
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    • jbline00
    • Was at my local Home Depot last weekend and saw a lot of these $25 off coupons at the Customer Service desk. Drop by at your HD store to grab one. Hope this helps. Thanks !

      Fine print:
      - This offer is not valid on Special Orders, labour, installation, maintenance, gift cards or certificates, with any other discounts or prior purchases.
      - This offer cannot be combined with any other offer, promotion or special incentive program.
      - Not valid for use on homedepot.ca
      - No substitutions or rain checks.
      This promotion is if you purchase a Christmas tree from Home Depot this week you get a $25 off coupon for January after spending $100.00 or more. I don believe the pile of coupons by the cashier was ment for "help yourselfers".
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    • ranjeet2000
    • This promotion is if you purchase a Christmas tree from Home Depot this week you get a $25 off coupon for January after spending $100.00 or more. I don believe the pile of coupons by the cashier was ment for "help yourselfers".
      Thanks for clarification! lol "help yourselfers" love that one. will add it to the list.
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    • torspiker
    • This promotion is if you purchase a Christmas tree from Home Depot this week you get a $25 off coupon for January after spending $100.00 or more. I don believe the pile of coupons by the cashier was ment for "help yourselfers".
      Thanks for the clarification. It was just there on the table and like any other stores, it looks like its for everyone to take (eg: Ontario Energy saving program coupons, etc). My mistake ... Just wondering if you request for it, would they give it to you?

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