Home Depot The Home Depot: Get a FREE Battery and Charger with RYOBI + RIDGID Tools The Home Depot's Charged Up! Event is On Now!

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Never run out of juice with new tools from The Home Depot, where the Charged Up! Event is on now and you'll get a free battery and charger with select RYOBI and RIDGID power tools – a value of up to $149.00.

There are over 50 tools available and we've listed a few of the best-selling options below – simply add any eligible tool to your cart and the free battery and charger will be included automatically.

RYOBI

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The Charged Up! Event is effective online and The Home Depot stores until October 2. The Home Depot offers free shipping with most orders over $49.00 and free in-store/curbside pickup with no minimum.


Posted April 22: Get a Praying Mantis Egg Case for $15.98

Unleash one of nature's most effective predators in your backyard from The Home Depot, where Praying Mantis Egg Cases are now in stock for $15.98.

Praying mantises are harmless to humans and act as a natural form of pest control, warding off unwanted insects like fruit flies while serving as a neat educational tool for kids. For comparison, this deal from The Home Depot is cheaper than the RFD fan-favourite deal from Costco, where the same item is priced at $21.99. Other nifty details include:

  • Each egg case contains 40-400 eggs that will hatch in June and disperse in your garden
  • Mantises feed on fruit flies, gnats, aphids, flies, mosquitoes, beetles, moths, caterpillars and even grasshoppers
  • Hatching occurs in June when the weather is warm, immediately dispersing and setting up their own territory
  • Very territorial and will create a home where hatched
  • One egg case covers approximately 90 square-metres (1000 square-feet)

This offer is available online only until mid-June, as most egg cases will hatch around that time. The Home Depot offers free shipping with most orders over $49.00 and free in-store/curbside store pickup with no minimum.

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    • Just bought the saw and battery kit; dropped the saw in the car… walked by in and returned the battery kit with just my credit card. Thanks OP
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    • Added a vacuum that qualifies for free battery but the battery does not get added automatically. When I manually add the battery, it shows reg price for both ! What gives ??
      The handheld Ryobi? Worked for me.
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    • Added a vacuum that qualifies for free battery but the battery does not get added automatically. When I manually add the battery, it shows reg price for both ! What gives ??
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    • I would definitely fall in the home owner category. But I guess my question is more in terms of which would be better value. The Ryobi brushless would end up being cheaper than brushed Milwaukee. But what would be the better value between the two?
      Depends how you define value. If you need to ask the question in the first place, brushed Ryobi will do the job for pretty much anything. Brushless Ryobi - sure, if you really need the better tool (you probably don't). So you won't get much "value" with Milwaukee except better form factor. Everything I have is Ryobi 18V except my Milwaukee M12 Fuel hammer drill/impact driver set. I use those all the time and while the Ryobi is "fine", they're very large, clunky and heavy, while the M12 Fuel stuff is so nice, sturdy, and compact. Even little things like the one-handed quick-load collet and ring lights on the impact driver are big reason to go with Milwaukee even though functionally, it doesn't really add value since I could do the same jobs with a Ryobi.
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    • Depends on your use. If you are a home owner that uses the tools once to 3 times a year, brushed is fine. If you use them regularly or 10+ times a year I would go brushless.
      I would definitely fall in the home owner category. But I guess my question is more in terms of which would be better value. The Ryobi brushless would end up being cheaper than brushed Milwaukee. But what would be the better value between the two?
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    • Word of advice, dont get a battery powered orbital sander. In my experience they eat through batteries and it being cordless offers no real benefit. 99% of the time when people use an orbital sander they can easily just plug it in
      I can’t speak for ryobi or ridgid but my Milwaukee M18 oribital sander works amazing and does not eat through batteries. It being cordless is the only reason I bought it. The reality is, 99% of the time you can easily plug anything in or use extension cords… but why? That would defeat the purpose of creating a cordless ecosystem. I don’t have any corded tools now except for larger items like my table saw and mitre saw.
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    • For this to show up on the receipt, does it need to be purchased in store?

      Also, what is the better deal: Brushless Ryobi at 100$ ot brushed Milwaukee at 120$?
      Depends on your use. If you are a home owner that uses the tools once to 3 times a year, brushed is fine. If you use them regularly or 10+ times a year I would go brushless.
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    • For this to show up on the receipt, does it need to be purchased in store?
      Yes
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    • FWII, on the Ryobi site, the brushless drill/impact kit still shows for $198 + a free tool.

      I was able to show this to HD to get a PM for the brushless combo. $249-52 PM= 197$ + I took the leaf blower for free. Refund amount for the blower shows 100$ on the bill if I decide to return it.
      For this to show up on the receipt, does it need to be purchased in store?

      Also, what is the better deal: Brushless Ryobi at 100$ ot brushed Milwaukee at 120$?
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    • Is PBLCS300B (brushless circular saw) also in this promo? Anyone bought it?
      I have one from a couple years ago. Doesn't look like it's part of the promo. Has worked well for me but it's pretty heavy, especially with the 9Ah battery I use with it. Power is a bit lacking with my other batteries.
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    • I've been having issues adding ANY items to cart on the HD website - anyone experience the same? tried different browsers and devices
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    • did you just show them and they honored it? the link goes to hd's website for 249
      Yep just show the website and the redirection to HD site. They honored it no question asked.
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    • Found an open box 2x 4ah battery and charger kit at the HD at warden and hwy 7. Marked down to $90. Things look good and work well. Still under warranty so why not?
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    • Want to get a ryobi one + and use it as a duster. Doesn't look like it is part of this?
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    • Thanks for this. I got HD to PM + 10% so price is $178.2. Also took the blower, on the receipt it shows max refund value for the kit is $91.73. Good deal.
      did you just show them and they honored it? the link goes to hd's website for 249
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    • Also took the blower, on the receipt it shows max refund value for the kit is $91.73. Good deal.
      Use the blower sparingly...it guzzles the battery juice, but it's decent nonetheless.
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    • FWII, on the Ryobi site, the brushless drill/impact kit still shows for $198 + a free tool.

      I was able to show this to HD to get a PM for the brushless combo. $249-52 PM= 197$ + I took the leaf blower for free. Refund amount for the blower shows 100$ on the bill if I decide to return it.
      Thanks for this. I got HD to PM + 10% so price is $178.2. Also took the blower, on the receipt it shows max refund value for the kit is $91.73. Good deal.
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    • FWII, on the Ryobi site, the brushless drill/impact kit still shows for $198 + a free tool.

      I was able to show this to HD to get a PM for the brushless combo. $249-52 PM= 197$ + I took the leaf blower for free. Refund amount for the blower shows 100$ on the bill if I decide to return it.
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    • Which corded circular saw would you guys recommend? I need one to cut some stair stringers
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    • Thank you!

      i was looking at the Ryobi Orbital Jig Saw and now it costs $99! compared to the $85 in your list!

      and i'd also like to get a Ryobi orbital sander (not an expensive tool though), anyone knows whether it even comes in these similar campaigns?
      Word of advice, dont get a battery powered orbital sander. In my experience they eat through batteries and it being cordless offers no real benefit. 99% of the time when people use an orbital sander they can easily just plug it in
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    • Is PBLCS300B (brushless circular saw) also in this promo? Anyone bought it?
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    • I made a chart for refund value of tools and battery for Ryobi.
      It is interesting to note that if you want to keep just the battery, the cheapest option is to buy the cheapest tools, not the most expensive one.

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      Thank you!

      i was looking at the Ryobi Orbital Jig Saw and now it costs $99! compared to the $85 in your list!

      and i'd also like to get a Ryobi orbital sander (not an expensive tool though), anyone knows whether it even comes in these similar campaigns?
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    • Did you have to take it to an authorized repair shop? I have yet to need to use the LSA myself but there used to be an authorized shop near me but now the nearest one is several hours away.
      Yes, I took it an authorized repair shop. Ridgid does have an express battery replacement service, but I haven't used it.

      As others have said, I believe you can ship your tools to an authorized shop. That could potentially get pricey depending on what you are shipping.

      My 18V finish nailer went in for service, and it's fairly heavy. I'm not sure what that would cost to ship via Canada Post. My tile wet saw is also covered by the LSA; hate to think how I'd ever ship that to a service depot.
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    • I'd like to get a sander to refurnish my kitchen cabinets. i'll likely go for Ryobi as i have their drivers. looking through the list looks like orbit sander isnt on the promotion list. can anyone please advise if other tools can work the same / be even more suitable to do the job? TIA!
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    • I was referring to the general process of getting a replacement tool or battery (current or discontinued).
      I did a battery replacement last year (15 year old battery). It was all done over the phone, they shipped out my 2 new batteries in under a week. Just told me to thorw away the old ones.
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    • Did you have to take it to an authorized repair shop? I have yet to need to use the LSA myself but there used to be an authorized shop near me but now the nearest one is several hours away.
      I'm in the process of doing my first LSA repair and was told by Ridgid that I can either drop off at a location nearby or ship to any other location. They said they would cover return shipping (I didn't ask about shipping TO the repair centre, but if they cover return shipping I would assume they will cover both)
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    • The 14.4v batteries are discontinued. If you call ridgid regarding a dead 14.4v battery, they will automatically replace everything with a 18v equivalent. No need to go to any service centre.
      I was referring to the general process of getting a replacement tool or battery (current or discontinued).
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    • Did you have to take it to an authorized repair shop? I have yet to need to use the LSA myself but there used to be an authorized shop near me but now the nearest one is several hours away.
      The 14.4v batteries are discontinued. If you call ridgid regarding a dead 14.4v battery, they will automatically replace everything with a 18v equivalent. No need to go to any service centre.
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    • I had a similar experience with a 2003 14.4V drill. It died suddenly and Ridgid replaced it with an 18V drill kit, with two batteries and a charger. No company I know of will replace power tools after 15 years.
      Did you have to take it to an authorized repair shop? I have yet to need to use the LSA myself but there used to be an authorized shop near me but now the nearest one is several hours away.
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    • Not sure if asked, but can you do this for Ridgid :)
      I made this Google sheets. You may try input the tool price to calculate tool and battery's amount.
      Price calculator
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    • This is NOT the way to do it. You show up with no receipt, give them your credit card/ debit card, and tell them to look it up.
      Ended up selling on kijiji for $70 so worked out better
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    • Not that they are bad, but most of these Canadian Ryobi deals are for brushed versions of the products, now that they are introducing whisper series and Hp+ etc models, seems Canadian consumers getting the last dump of the brushed products in the form of a deal.
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    • Where is the orbital jigsaw $84.99? I only see $99
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    • I made a chart for refund value of tools and battery for Ryobi.
      It is interesting to note that if you want to keep just the battery, the cheapest option is to buy the cheapest tools, not the most expensive one.

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      Not sure if asked, but can you do this for Ridgid :)
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    • Guy at Kitchener location wouldn’t let me return battery, he said not allowed to do the return for 1 item, have to return both.

      Told him, receipt for in store purchase clearly shows return value and it’s for this exact reason. He called himself a “returns specialist” and kept saying this is policy. Straight 🤡 gonna try again at another GTA store when I get time.
      This is NOT the way to do it. You show up with no receipt, give them your credit card/ debit card, and tell them to look it up.
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    • Refund value:
      RYOBI 18V ONE+ HP Compact Brushless Hammer Drill and Impact Kit with (2) 1.5 Ah Batteries and Charger $152.34
      Brushless Cordless Multi Tool $96.66
      So 100$ for brushless vs 50$ for brushed. Not sure which I should go for. Will have to research a little.

      Thanks
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    • I appreciate the response but this does not include what I asked for. This is the non brushless multitool with the battery free. I am looking at the drill impact combo with the free tool.

      Maybe I am better off going non brushless though.
      Refund value:
      RYOBI 18V ONE+ HP Compact Brushless Hammer Drill and Impact Kit with (2) 1.5 Ah Batteries and Charger $152.34
      Brushless Cordless Multi Tool $96.66
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    • I appreciate the response but this does not include what I asked for. This is the non brushless multitool with the battery free. I am looking at the drill impact combo with the free tool.

      Maybe I am better off going non brushless though.
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