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SD Tips: Find the Best Tools Deals
While you may be trying to save money by doing a project or repair yourself, you’ll need to be careful to avoid wasting your budget on tools. It’s easy to spend a ton of money, particularly on specialty tools. By bookmarking this page, you’ll stay up to date on all the best tool deals and coupons. Find the tool you want at the price you need.
When to Shop for Tool Deals
There are several times during the year when you can find serious discounts on tools. Father’s Day is a good time to find some of the best deals on tools, so check for tool sales beginning in June, especially on small hand-held tools. We’ve seen some great cordless drill deals, as well as deals on sets of hand tools during this holiday. With summer repairs high on a lot of people’s lists, you can also find those sales extending into July. The holiday shopping season is another good time to buy. Look for discount tools starting in November and December, and you’ll likely find some big sales.
Where to Shop for Deals on Tools
If online shopping is your thing, you can’t really beat Amazon on their tool selection and prices, plus it’s easy to get free shipping. eBay is another great option for both used and new tools. For brick-and-mortar shops, check out Home Depot, Lowe’s and Sears. They all have a good selection and you’ll have access to knowledgeable customer service if you have questions about a specific tool. Finally, Harbor Freight is a great choice if you’re able to take advantage of some of their amazing mailer coupons.
If you’re not really into DIYing all of your projects and just need a tool for a quick repair, opting to rent a tool could save you some cash. For example, if you’re browsing air compressor deals because you need one for a job that’s only going to take a few hours, you may find that even the best deals on air compressors won’t match the cheap price of a half-day rental from Home Depot. While this isn’t always the case, it’s definitely worth exploring if you know you’re just doing a one-time job.