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Menards Deal Thread - FAR, Rebate, and Sale Discussion Thread

Fondybadger 2,051 July 23, 2011 at 09:20 PM in Mail In Rebate (3) More Menards Deals
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Menards home improvement stores are located throughout the Midwest, with more than 250 stores in Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, Ohio, South Dakota, Wisconsin and Wyoming.

Menards carries materials and tools for home improvement projects from light bulbs and paint to building a deck or a new home. Menards also carries name brand appliances, pet products, lawn and garden supplies, and groceries.

Menards regularly offers FREE and Discounted Items through the use of mail-in rebates that come in the form of STORE CREDIT. At any one time, Menards may have as many as six+ different sale advertisements, making it difficult to follow all the current good deals.

This thread is intended to keep track of all the current FAR, Rebate, and Sale items being offered at Menards - with (hopefully) regular updates to the wiki.

Feel free to edit wiki!

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#946
Quote from sox005 View Post :
I saw some womens Levis boot cut jeans with a shelf(clearance?) price of $8, but no mention of the rebate, and the PDF rebate form doesn't specify what skus qualify.

If I purchase a pair, it should print out the rebate receipt, correct? thanks
I would buy them. The rebate will print if they work. If not....do a return right there.

Buy them...if they don't print a rebate receipt then return on the spot. I think they will work.

Edit: My pair says Levi's boot cut Curvey cut 528 upc 039307260350..retail 42.00
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Quote from jimmy5 View Post :
Hmmmm, actually, I'm in the market for a good pizza cutter. Are you saying this one isn't it?
I got a couple of these a few months back when they were FAR and they are terrible!!! We used 1 and didn't even make it all the way across the pizza once before it broke (on a thin Jack's pizza!), the "cutter" just snapped in half. Junk!
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Quote from nellie54914 View Post :
I got a couple of these a few months back when they were FAR and they are terrible!!! We used 1 and didn't even make it all the way across the pizza once before it broke (on a thin Jack's pizza!), the "cutter" just snapped in half. Junk!
Agree. I definitely don't recommend them for pizza, but the kids like to use them with play-doh.
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Quote from SRR1138 View Post :
http://www.menards.com/main/home-...-12315.htm

That is the couch that I have the questions on, also they have a $399 bonded leather one, leather is just going to get torn to shreds if my dog climbed on it right???
I've had this couch for over a year. It's in our living room and doesn't get much use. It's very firm which I like and seems to be very sturdy. I think I paid $249 after rebate.
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Quote from jimmy5 View Post :
Thanks, I have one of those types already, free from a trade show. laugh out loud

I don't like cleaning it either!
The one I got from Menards the last time they were on rebate comes apart for cleaning. Is that the same as this one?
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Quote from knitten2000 View Post :
The one I got from Menards the last time they were on rebate comes apart for cleaning. Is that the same as this one?
I don't know. Due to the nature of what they're cutting, and that most pizza cutters are basically wheels with axles & fenders, (for lack of better words), I always run my pizza cutters under the fawcet to clean the pizza goo off right after cutting.
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New ads are posted. Free paint brushes again.
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Quote from dealser333 View Post :
New ads are posted. Free paint brushes again.
The Quaker State full synthetic oil has been working well for me from years past. $3 a quart after rebate is a decent price for synth.

Also, cheapo Peak wiper blades FAR.
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Quote from Grifado View Post :
The Quaker State full synthetic oil has been working well for me from years past. $3 a quart after rebate is a decent price for synth.

Also, cheapo Peak wiper blades FAR.
Perhaps others have had better experiences, but in mine, those wiper blades...absolute junk. Menards would have to pay me to take them again. Got a pair when they were near-free last summer and they basically fell apart two weeks after I put them on. I think they saw an hour or so of actual wiping and they were shot.

Just a heads up, since us Menards devotees all live in climates where driving with ineffective wipers can be freakin' scary.
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Quote from fitzejunk View Post :
Perhaps others have had better experiences, but in mine, those wiper blades...absolute junk. Menards would have to pay me to take them again. Got a pair when they were near-free last summer and they basically fell apart two weeks after I put them on. I think they saw an hour or so of actual wiping and they were shot.

Just a heads up, since us Menards devotees all live in climates where driving with ineffective wipers can be freakin' scary.
100% Agree. AVOID *ANYTHING* sold under the name "PEAK" at Menards.

The wiper blades are horrible. Got them during the B1G1 promo last summer. Wife complained on first use of them, they skip, are very noisy and leave lots on the window. And this was before winter started here. Now, they pretty much just 'brush' the snow off.

Other auto-related PEAK products Menards sells really cheap, such as the garage parking sensors, car defrosters, etc... all have horrendous 1 star ratings over at Amazon for the identical model numbers. (Amazon reviews are your friend Smilie )

Yet another example of Meanrds switching to ever lower and lower quality products. Just a few years ago they and Anco (sp?) and one other more popular brand of blades. A continuation of this practice (e.g. dumping Scotch/3M sanding stuff for their china-made self-labeled Performaxx/Masterforce; switching from B+D to Stanley and Zircon for stud sensors, GE to China-made Verilux black light FL tubes, drilled shelf uprights with real plastic melamine coating to just white glossy paper covered particle board) and many other examples.

Simply avoid these low quality brands at Menards; unless 100% FAR, and questionable sometimes for that too. Frown
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Menards for Sunday, 2/17/2013 through Sunday, 2/24/2013. Credit for the below goes to The Shoppers Apprentice [theshoppersapprentice.com].
TOP DEALS
  • Mechanical Carpenter’s Pencils 2pk, $2.00 with $2 MIR Limit 5
    Free!
  • All Purpose Paint Brush: 3″ Trim or 2″ Angle, $5.29 with $5.29 MIR Limit 2
    Free!
  • Cat Pan Liners 15 ct Med, $3.99 with $3.99 MIR Limit 10
    Free!
  • Peak All Season Wiper Blades, $4.00 with $4 MIR Limit 2
    Free!
  • Rayovac Alkaline Batteries 48pk, $10.99 with $4 MIR Limit 2
    $6.99 (0.15/battery!)
  • Select Cabinet Hardware, $2.79 with $2.50 MIR Limit 20
    0.29
  • All In One Measuring Spoon, $5.99 with $5 MIR Limit 2
    0.99
  • Handy Can Opener or RoboStir Automatic Stirrer, $4.99 with $4 MIR Limit 2
    0.99
  • Campbell’s Chunky Soup, $1.00
    Use $1/3 Campbell’s Printable coupon [campbellskitchen.com] or
    0.50/3 from the 1/6 SS or
    0.50/4 from the 2/3 or 1/13 SS
    0.67 ea wyb 3
  • Chef Boyardee Pasta, Hunt’s Ketchup, or Hunt’s Pasta Sauce, 0.80
    Use 0.50/4 Chef Boyardee from the 1/13 SS (exp 2/23)
    0.68 ea wyb 4
  • Chicago Cutlery 6 3/4″ Santoku Knife, $4.99
    Going for $19.12 over on Amazon [redirectingat.com]!
HOUSEHOLD REBATE DEALS
  • 16 oz Rubber Mallet, $3.99 with $2 MIR Limit 2
    $1.99
  • Miracle Knife Sharpener, $14.97 with $10 MIR Limit 2
    $4.97
  • Menards Hooded Sweatshirt, $14.99 with $10 MIR Lmit 4
    $4.99
  • TCP Halogen Lights 2pk, $1.99 with $1 MIR Limit 2
    0.99
  • Outdoor Mat, $5.99 with $3 MIR Limit 3
    $2.99
  • Quaker State Motor Oil, $4.99 with $2 MIR Limit 18
    $2.99
  • Flourescent Shop Light, $14.99 with $5 MIR Limit 4
    $9.99
  • MinWax Clear Finishes, $3 MIR per quart Limit 7
  • Dutch Boy Interior Paint, $2 Instant Savings and $5 MIR Per Gallon and $10 Instant Savings and $25 MIR Per 5 Gallon
BUILDING AND TOOLS REBATE DEALS
  • Textured Acoustical Ceiling Panels, $2.49 with $1 MIR Limit 64
    $1.49
  • Cariboo Pine Planking V-Joint, $14.97 with $7.50 MIR Limit 60
    $7.47
  • Deluxe Basket Strainer 2pk, $19.99 with $10 MIR Limit 4
    $9.99
  • C.H. Hanson Pivot Square, $9.99 with $4 MIR Limit 2
    $5.99
  • Moen Sink or Faucet Sale, $179.00 with $30 MIR Limit 4
    $149.00
  • Toolrich Tool Sets (4pc, 5pc, or 14pc), $9.99 ith $5 MIR Limit 3 total
    $4.99
  • Toolshop Power Tools: Rotary, Sander, Jigsaw or Drill, $14.99 with $5 MIR Limit 5 Total
    $9.99
  • MasterForce Cordless Drill & Impact Driver, $219.00 with $20 MIR Limit 2
    $199.00
  • Owens Corning Oakridge Shingles, $25.96 with $2 MIR Limit 50
    $23.96
  • CertainTeed Insulation, $9.99 – $30.98 with $2 – $7 MIR
    $7.99 – $23.98
  • SuperSeal Tub Subfloor, $129.00 with $10 MIR Limit 10
    $119.00
  • Solid Oak Colonial Casing, $5.99 with $3 MIR Limit 20
    $2.99
OTHER DEALS
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It's my first time doing this. Question about mailing Menards rebate - I'm stuffing multiple rebates in one envelope. What should my top address line be ? The different rebate forms have the name of the product as the top address line. Can I just address it to one product even though there are other product rebates ? The PO Box and other things are the same.
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Quote from uvasag View Post :
It's my first time doing this. Question about mailing Menards rebate - I'm stuffing multiple rebates in one envelope. What should my top address line be ? The different rebate forms have the name of the product as the top address line. Can I just address it to one product even though there are other product rebates ? The PO Box and other things are the same.
You can use the top line from any of the rebates you're mailing, so long as, as you note, the PO Box etc. is the same throughout. Which I always double check, even though every rebate I've ever done went to the same PO Box in Elk Mound, WI.
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Quote from uvasag View Post :
It's my first time doing this. Question about mailing Menards rebate - I'm stuffing multiple rebates in one envelope. What should my top address line be ? The different rebate forms have the name of the product as the top address line. Can I just address it to one product even though there are other product rebates ? The PO Box and other things are the same.
I don't think it matters. The post office just looks at the zip code and the p.o. box number and delivers it.

That being said, I usually just take 1 word from each rebate item that I am submitting for. So for example this week I will address it to: Paint Brush, Pencil, Pizza, Nasal

I never have any problem with the Menards rebates and I've been doing it this way for years.
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Thanks and repped fitzejunk and GreatFun Smilie
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