Thanksgiving is just around the corner and Canadian families are already gearing up for Black Friday sales. Before we predict what Home Depot will be dishing out at the most anticipated shopping event this year, let’s see what they had customers breaking the doors down for in 2011.
Many Canadian citizens flocked to Home Depot clutching their Black Friday flyers last year and for good reason. Appliances were being snatched from the get go since the outlets offered shiny household appliances that had as much as $200 cut from their original price tags. (more…)
Black Friday sales aren’t reserved for the biggest toy and electronics brands alone. Die hard tool enthusiasts also flock to Home Depot take advantage of the most awaited discounted sale season after Thanksgiving.
It’s time to upgrade your hardware with the best that money can buy. How about if the equipment was available at half the price? Customers were not disappointed in power tools sales last year. The home improvement product supplier kicked off the shopping season by slashing its prices to affordable rates. Handymen and women jumped for joy when they saw the Dewalt Sliding compound Meter Saw price slashed down to $399 from its original price of $599. Handymen also saved a few dollars for other household appliances as they purchased the Dewalt 18 volt 4 piece Combo kit that had its price tag slashed from $299 to $249.
Black Friday is a simple time that comes every year where you will find more savings in one day than in the entire year put together. One great place with great Black Friday deals is Home Depot. Ever since it was founded in 1978, Home Depot has been providing high quality home construction and renovation products and even services.
In 2011, Home Depot Black Friday hours started from Friday (25th of November) at 5am. The Home Depot Black Friday deals that were available during that time were truly amazing. As expected, Home Depot Black Friday sales attracted scores of people; people who bought more goods in one day than they may have throughout the rest of the year.