With Home Depot Spring Black Friday, you don’t have to wait until November for some sweet deals. They’ve got everything you need to jump-start the spring/summer season with deals for the grill, garden, and beyond.
Last year, Home Depot canceled their 2020 Spring Black Friday due to the pandemic, but still had some spring items for sale. Sneaky, sneaky Home Depot. For 2021, they’re branding it the “Bring on Spring” sale, but it’s the same classic deals as Spring Black Friday. Make sure to keep an eye on the Top Home Depot Spring Black Friday Deals so you don’t miss any deals.
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1. Save 35% or more on patio furniture during Home Depot Spring Black Friday.
In previous years, Home Depot has had some seriously good deals on patio furniture during Spring Black Friday.
Last time, we saw the Hampton Bay Beacon Park 3 Piece Patio Set for $547 which was a 35% savings!
We hadn’t seen deals like that since the previous Spring Black Friday, so be on the lookout!
Here’s a few others I saw:
- Hampton Bay Statesville 5 Piece Patio Dining Set for $449 (reg. $589)
- Hampton Bay Redwood Valley 5 Piece Fire Pit Seating Set $599 (reg. $849)
2. Plan to save at least 28% on plank flooring.
Ready for a flooring makeover? Look for decent savings on Home Depot flooring. Last sale, we saw savings on vinyl, tile, and laminate flooring from 28-44%.
3. Save up to 41% on tools like a miter saw.
In 2019, I saw the Ryobi 15 amp 10″ Sliding Miter Saw for just $129, regularly $219.
4. Stock up on mulch during Home Depot spring Black Friday if they run their 5-for-$10 sale.
Home Depot rarely has 2 cubic feet of mulch priced less than $2.50 a bag, but they tend to drop it during Spring Black Friday. For 2021, they’re offering Earthgro by Scotts for $2 each, keeping the “5 for $10” tradition alive.
5. Look to save around 25% on vegetable plants and 50% on annual flowers.
Fo 2021, they’re offering Bonnie vegetable starters for just $2.50 each during Spring Black Friday — regularly $2.98.
We’re also seeing annuals priced $2.50 a quart, usually $3.98.
Note: This was for non-organic only.
6. Watch for ladders to be on sale for as much as 52% off.
Ladders are one of those things you don’t think about buying until you need one. Do yourself a favor and grab one if they go on sale again this year.
During 2019 Spring Black Friday, I saw the Gorilla 22′ Multi-Position Ladder (reg. $229) for just $109. That’s 52% savings!
7. Stay on top of your lawn care and expect to save up to 50%.
You can expect at least a few good deals on lawn mowers. Last sale, we saw the Briggs and Stratton Self Propelled Mower for $239, regularly $299.
Plus, they had a special bundle of a trimmer, blower, battery, and charger for $69.88 instead of the regular $129.
8. Get 1-day savings on everyday items like laundry detergent and lightbulbs.
Last sale, we saw Arm & Hammer 255-oz. HE Clean Burst Liquid Laundry Detergent drop from $12.97 to $7.
Be ready, though, because the one-day savings deals are only available in the store, and when they’re gone, they’re gone. I’ve also seen one-day deals on items like batteries and paper towels.
9. Save up to 50% on seed packets.
In previous years, Home Depot has marked seed packets to just $0.50. This includes veggies, herbs and flowers.
10. Get a $5 off coupon just for joining the Home Depot email list.
You gotta join the Home Depot email list. Once you submit your email address, a “$5 off your next $50 purchase” coupon will land in your inbox.
Stack it with some of the great Spring Black Friday sales to get an even better deal.
11. Use Home Depot’s price match policy if you’re worried about getting the best deal.
Home Depot will price match any of their major competitors, like Ace Hardware, Lowe’s, and even mom and pop stores. Just bring in proof of the lower price, like a local ad or pull up on your smartphone. They unofficially price match Amazon, too, but not if the item is being sold by a third party and it’s up to the manager.
Note: The item must be exactly the same to get the price match.
12. Return perennials, shrubs, or trees alive up to a year later.
I’m not saying I can’t keep green things alive, I’m just saying that I appreciate that Home Depot doesn’t judge. If they don’t survive the whole year, bring your trees, shrubs, perennials, and houseplants in for a return.
You’ll need your original receipt to take advantage of this return policy.
13. If you can’t make it into the store right away, shop online and pick it up in store.
As long as the deal isn’t in-store specific, you can shop Home Depot online and pick it up in as little as two hours for free.
Plus, Home Depot offers free online shipping and returns on orders over $45.
14. Take advantage of Home Depot’s tool repair policy.
Home Depot’s technicians will repair any tools still covered under the manufacturer’s warranty and file a claim on your behalf at zero cost to you.
Even better? They back their repairs with a 90-day warranty.