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Last Edited by widgit July 26, 2012 at 04:35 PM
http://pages.homedepot.com/page.a...&email=XXX

Replace XXX with your email or any email.

I have tested and generated 4 different codes.

Please note the coupon expire 8/3

Coupon was for signing up to get them email.

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Last Edited by 02000 July 27, 2012 at 10:26 AM
FYI the coupon is not valid until tomorrow on 7/27

Code:
http://pages.homedepot.com/page.aspx?QS=38dfbe491fab00ea3d859220ae9fece775fb42bb368f527370d68d13f6385a58&email=
For those who don't know how to edit URL code. See this post: http://slickdeals.net/forums/showpost.php?p=51964082&postcount=103


From our workbench to yours, thank you.

Your $20 off coupon is ready and waiting for you below. Just print it out and put it to work on your next project at your local Home Depot.

This coupon is valid for a single use by the original recipient only, and will become invalid if opened more than three times.


The Home Depot

Offer Valid through 8/3/12.
Cashier: 1. Scan the coupon barcode 2. Tear the coupon in half and discard. If barcode does not scan, enter 26 digit promotion number.
Offer valid for single use by original recipient only.



Get $20 off your next purchase of $75 or more

This is a single use coupon for khgfvl@aol.com

This offer is valid through 8/3/2012, and is redeemable for $20.00 discount on a single receipt in-store purchase of $75.00 or more at all US Home Depot® stores. This offer cannot be combined with any other discount, offer, promotion or special incentive program. Cash value 1/20th of 1 cent. See store for further details.
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Geez! Just a $20 off $75 and people are making a riot in here. It's not like $20 off $20. Big Grin
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Quote from faycop4ncstate View Post :
If I responded to Home Depot and they wanted to prosecute I would charge NC GS 14-100 Obtaining Property By False Pretenses.

“If any person shall knowingly and designedly by means of any kind of false pretense whatsoever, whether the false pretense is of a past or subsisting fact or of a future fulfillment or event, obtain or attempt to obtain from any person within this State any money, goods, property, services, chose in action, or other thing of value with intent to cheat or defraud any person of such money, goods, property, services, chose in action or other thing of value, such person shall be guilty of a felony.”

Home Depot is giving this coupon ONLY to certain individuals that provide their email address. The coupon is targeted to specific individuals. The terms state, “This coupon is valid for a single use by the original recipient only,”

If you redeem this coupon by altering the URL code then you would be giving the false impression that this coupon is valid and you are the original recipient. It may be very difficult to prove and most likely Home Depot would not prosecute, but a crime is a crime. I love good deals, but I have morals.

In order to make the case stronger, I would suggest for the manager or cashier to ask each person “how do you get this coupon”? Once the person lies, it makes the false pretense easier to prove in court.

You could prosecute it as a computer crime as well. Folks are knowingly feeding information in to the Home Depot system, the "custom" urls, to generate a result Home Depot did not intend for monetary gain. Just because the programmer screwed up and didn't add in a "compare to email distribution list" step before the coupon is given doesn't change anything.

At least with an "honest criminal" you know where you stand, with folks that lie to themselves for some petty cash...you don't.

Oh, and it'd be easy to prove. Home Depot has a list of folks that were emailed the coupon. If you aren't on the list....
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I have a suggestion for you, Mr. Police Officer. If you have no better things to do other than going on SD giving out lectures about the laws then I suggest you should spend more time going out there catching real criminals. We need Police Officers but "where are they when we need them the most"? Guess what, they are on SD busy giving out "law lectures". EEK!
How many dollars does someone have to steal to make them a "real" criminal?

Would you argue that someone shoplifting $20 worth of steak not be arrested? Try telling a grocery store that loses thousands of dollars each month to "shrinkage" that the folks shoplifting aren't "real criminals".

$20 is $20, whether it's stolen with a mouse click or a snatch-and-grab shouldn't make any difference, and legally it doesn't make any difference.

As for Mr or Ms police officer... they have lives Cool Why wouldn't a cop look to save money, legally, where they could? Beats having them getting "entrepreneurial" on the side...
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oh no. slickdeals is gonna singlehandedly bankrupt home depot.
Home depot prices are so low already, skimming another $20 will leave them in the red.
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oh no. slickdeals is gonna singlehandedly bankrupt home depot.
Home depot prices are so low already, skimming another $20 will leave them in the red.
If its anything like sears tools your getting a good deal if the cost is 50% of the price based on the shipping invoices while working there. Typically the cost was 35-40% vs sale price.
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#321
Is it discrimination if home depot only sent these to certain customers/card holders?
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Quote from Zanthexter View Post :
You could prosecute it as a computer crime as well. Folks are knowingly feeding information in to the Home Depot system, the "custom" urls, to generate a result Home Depot did not intend for monetary gain. Just because the programmer screwed up and didn't add in a "compare to email distribution list" step before the coupon is given doesn't change anything.

At least with an "honest criminal" you know where you stand, with folks that lie to themselves for some petty cash...you don't.

Oh, and it'd be easy to prove. Home Depot has a list of folks that were emailed the coupon. If you aren't on the list....
Oh my god you are both turds in the punch bowl. Go on with your own business then.
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HD has been open for 1 hour on the east coast. Anyone score yet?
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I hate that I keep posting and clogging the forum, but I feel the need to address this as well. I have been reading slick deals since I was in college back in 2007. I read it almost daily and I always find plenty of deals that allow me to sleep at night. I respect the posters on here and I enjoy reading the forums. I think some things are carried too far and I often express my opinion on this. I know nobody cares when corporations are scammed out of money, but I do. Right is right, wrong is wrong.
I hope you're writing tickets to all the off-duty cops you pull over for speeding, instead of letting them take off when they provide their badge for ID. And that you obey all traffic laws while operating your vehicle. Being that you are so ethical, I'm sure you would never violate your principles by doing those things, right?

If you don't like this deal, click "thumbs down" and leave the thread.
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Quote from faycop4ncstate View Post :
I would not trust this response. I am a police officer and I have charged numerous subjects with fraud crimes from Home Depot (mostly fraudulent returns). LP does not share their investigation or tactics with cashiers. I doubt Home Depot would actually prosecute, but I do believe this meets the statutory definition of fraud at least in North Carolina.
lol this guy here, i agree with you on the guys stealing stuff and going back to return the product without a receipt expecting store credit. This is why their license/id # is logged into the system and will throw a red flag if they have exceeded return $$ limit. This is when a mgr must override it or deny the return. Your a moron if you think LP is tight lip about their tactics. Of course their not going to prosecute you for that unless your selling a mass amount of them for profit, that would just be stupid. If you expect a cashier to hold someone for a potential coupon fraud, your as stupid as some of the rest in here. The worst that can happen is "We're sorry the coupon is not valid".
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OK everyone, my real name is Chief Wiggum and you're ALL under arrest. This includes the mods for letting it happen. This site will be shut down within hours by the Home Depot Police so say your goodbyes now.

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Ain't conditional ethics grand?
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Ain't conditional ethics grand?

A grand? I have an internet coupon for 20% off all ethics, just replace the XXX with your email.
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Quote from PogiBoy View Post :
Yes i am looking for a compressor too with a nail gun kit.

I was about to bite the bostitch nail gun reconditioned from CPO

I wish they had this coupon when i bought my ridgid miter saw.
They have a nice deal on a Porter Cable pancake compressor, with a finish nailer, as well as a brad nailer for something like 179.99 I saw it at my local HD the other day.
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