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Saving Money at Home Depot

For the Garden on Aug 13, 2013
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A big part of DIY is saving money so I'm sure you all take advantage of and just like I do. At the link you'll find a list of the current promotions and info about the HD gardening club, military discounts, and other ways to save a few bucks next time you visit Big Orange. Lots of other people have found it helpful, and I hope you do too.
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To see more: http://www.oneprojectcloser.com/home-depot-10-off-coupon/

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  • Ethan@OPC
    Ethan@OPC Catonsville, MD

    @Zelda? @Pat aka Queen of Thrift We've had several days getting up to almost 70's and then right back down to 20's. It's crazy!

  • Zelda?
    Zelda? Albert, OK

    I guess it's happening all over this winter Ethan.

  • Pat aka Queen of Thrift
    Pat aka Queen of Thrift Scottsboro, AL

    Ethan, it IS crazy!! The last two years we have had early spring (February), and I don't really know what to call our weather now.....except crazy!

  • Jeanette S
    Jeanette S Atlanta, GA

    Hi Home Depot! We have always believed that we lived in a great community, but when a HD was built across the busy roadway about a mile from us, Hubby just knew God had sent us a special blessing! Now, I don't think I could get him to move away from

  • Marcia Reichert
    Marcia Reichert Horn Lake, MS

    Even if the weather is being unreliable, you can still "get dirty" by starting your seeds indoors. It's also a good time to plant your cold crops, lettuces, broch, cauli......and so on. BTW I'm in zone 6/7 and work in the garden dept. at THD. Happy

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