Lowe’s: Money saving tips when shopping at Lowe’s
Do-it-yourself projects have been the way to go in the past few years and stores have made it easy for every Tom, Dick, and Harry to find all the supplies they need to work on their own home improvement projects. One such store is Lowe’s. If you are a newbie or a professional, you will find everything that you need at Lowe’s. And of course, who does not want to save some more money when buying your materials at Lowe’s? Here is how.
Did you know that if a competitor offers you a very low price on an item, Lowe’s will match it? It just does not include or cover labor cost, used or damaged items, discontinued items, clearance and closeout items. Just ask them to match the price of a competitor.
Search for coupons
Surf the web for “Lowe’s coupons” and see what you can find. If that does not yield any result, don’t despair. Score Home Depot coupons because Lowe’s accepts them also.
Check for rebates
Not many people are aware but some manufacturers offer rebates. On top of that some even offer tax credits or utility rebates. To find out more, go to Lowe’s rebate center.
Join Lowe’s Garden Club
If you have a green thumb or need to work on your garden, sign up with their Garden Club to get discounts on gardening materials and/or plants. When you sign up, you also sign up for their weekly newsletter that is teeming with coupons.
Buy discounted gift cards
You can actually knock off a few bucks by buying discounted gift cards. Grab them from Gift Card Granny and enjoy at least 7% in discount.
Buy online through MyPoints
Whenever you buy through MyPoints, you earn 2 points for every dollar you spend. Not only that, you can pick up your purchase in under 30 minutes. Just choose the store pick up option when you get to shipping. Nifty, eh?
Avail your military discount
Did you know that military men, active or retired, reservist or disabled, can avail 10% off of everything that you buy? Just register online to avail. Plus, all veterans get to enjoy discounts on the 4th of July, on Memorial Day, and Veteran’s Day. A simple gesture to honor those who serve and who served the country.