Good deals on electronics, tools, home goods, and leftover Halloween inventory about in November, but hold off on winter clothing and toys.
Leaf Blower Deals and Coupons
When looking for leaf blower deals, few manufacturers list discounts. Instead, check the offerings from major retailers.
Sears doesn't have a dedicated page for leaf blower deals, but its clearance section in the Lawn and Garden category may offer specials throughout the year. Home Depot has a Featured Promotions section for appliances and outdoor equipment and Lowe's has a section for outdoor power equipment promotions. The Ace Hardware site features a rebate section where you can see which products qualify for money back. VM Innovations posts low prices on new and refurbished units. You might find leaf blower coupons for this retailer on sites like RetailMeNot.
Some coupon sites regularly feature leaf blower coupons, although you may have to check several categories for the right discounts. BradsDeals, for example, lists leaf blowers in the Electronics, Home & Garden, and Garden & Outdoor categories. Sites such as Dealighted and Slickdeals present discounts for retailers like Amazon and Home Depot. Other sites may have leaf blower coupons, but it's more likely they'll contain deals on general outdoor equipment carried by certain vendors. RetailMeNot points shoppers seeking leaf blower deals to merchants offering specials, such as 10 percent off equipment at Home Depot. TechBargains occasionally presents leaf blower deals.
If you're determined to get the best leaf blower deals, says Lowe's spokeswoman Colleen Maiura, shop at the end of the fall season. And when might that be? "Typically, the majority of leaf blowers are purchased either the last week in October or the first week in November," she explains. "It's all dependent on when the leaves fall, and oftentimes that's a moving target."Back to top »
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