Home Depot discounts are essential whether you’re looking to do a full remodel or a simple DIY project. But you’ll need to know what discounts you can qualify for before you start counting all the cash you’ll save.
Let’s take a look at all the Home Depot discounts you can take advantage of.
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1. Active service members get 10% off with The Home Depot military discount.
As long as you’re an active member of the military or a veteran and have your military ID handy, you can get 10% off your Home Depot purchases. The only catch is you can’t stack this discount with any other savings.
PRO TIP: If you’re shopping at Home Depot in Maine, your discount is capped after $50.
2. You can’t currently use The Home Depot military discount online.
Unlike with Lowe’s, you can’t currently use your Home Depot military discount online. However, they are working on rolling out a verification system to use the discount online soon.
3. Get a bulk discount on certain items if you spend over $1,500.
If you’re a Home Depot Pro Xtra member (it’s free) and spending at least $1,500, make sure to check out through the Pro Desk (aka Bid Desk).
Since certain Home Depot vendors give discounts on buying in bulk, you can score some extra savings talking to the Pro Desk. On average, you’ll save between 5 and 10%.
I’ve even heard of people saving 30% on things like light fixtures, vanities, and cabinets.
4. Or look for Home Depot bulk pricing on other stuff for up to 30% off.
Even if you’re not spending $1,500, you can take advantage of Home Depot bulk pricing on things like concrete, drywall, and roofing. There’s a minimum you have to buy, like Owens Corning Fiberglass Insulation (reg. $34.98) for $24.49 when you order 20 rolls or more. That’s saving over 10 bucks per roll!
5. Teachers and government employees can shop at Home Depot tax free.
If you’re a teacher or government employee and want to shop tax free, register online for the The Home Depot Tax Exempt Purchases program. After you’re approved, you’ll get a Home Depot tax exempt ID to use for both online and in-store shopping. Nonprofit business owners and those with a reseller’s permit also qualify for the program.
Anyone using a Federal Government Purchase Card doesn’t need to apply, as the taxes will be automatically removed.
Home Depot doesn’t currently offer any other discounts.
Unfortunately, Home Depot doesn’t offer senior, AAA, or student discounts at this time. There’s also no first responder or employee discount available.