Lowes is a home-improvement and appliance store with nearly 1,900 locations worldwide. Much like Home Depot, Lowe's offers supplies and help for everything from painting your kitchen to full-scale remodeling. But, like everything else, a savvy consumer can save a bundle at Lowes. Read on to learn 11 ways to save at this all-in-one home store.
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Always compare prices before you make a big purchase. If you're able to find a better deal on the same product somewhere else, Lowes will match the price. Lowes notes that its price match policy doesn’t apply to installation labor, clearance, closeouts, discontinued products, and refurbished, used or damaged items, but for everything else, you'll always pay the lowest price—even if it's a competitor's price. All you have to do is ask.Continue to 5 of 11 below.
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Many big-ticket items qualify for manufacturer rebates, but they may also qualify for utility rebates or tax credits. Get every cent you're entitled to by checking Lowe's rebate center.
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If you're on active military duty, you get 10 percent off your entire purchase. This offer is good for all active duty military, reservists, National Guard members, military retirees, and disabled veterans. All other veterans can receive the discount on Memorial Day, the Fourth of July, and Veteran's Day. You do need to register and create an account to get your military discount, but, hey, for 10 percent off your purchase, it's worth spending a couple of minutes online.
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Lowes is a Mypoints merchant. Click on the MyPoints portal to place your order, and you'll earn two points per dollar. Need your stuff today? Just select "Pick Up In Store" as your shipping option, and your order will be ready for pickup in 20 minutes
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Every Lowes has at least one clearance section. Find out where it is; then, make it your home away from home. Or, visit Lowes' online clearance center, enter your zip code, and you can shop at your local store's clearance section(s) from home.Continue to 9 of 11 below.
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Look for Damaged Goods
Lots of things get scratched, dented, or otherwise damaged before they're sold. Figure out where your store puts those items, and you could score some pretty sweet discounts.
- Mistinted paint
- Broken bags of mulch, gravel, sand, soil, or concrete
- Scratched or dented appliances
- Wood scraps from things that they've cut for other customers
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Lowes often donates last year's floor models and unsold closeout items to Habitat ReStores. Locate one near you, and you could get a great deal on brand new merchandise.