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Dewalt DWE7491RS Table Saw with Stand $450

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Amazon, Home Depot and Lowe's all just lowered this price to 499.99. I'm assuming this means you can't pricematch for 10% off now.
But you should still be able to use a Lowe's 10% off coupon to get it down to $450.
I think this got down to $430 on eBay but this is the best i've seen since then.
Anyone have a way to get it cheaper than $450?t

Also i've been watching this vs the Rigid R4513 Table Saw which is now on sale for 399 at Home Depot. Is it worth an extra $50 to get the dewalt vs rigid?
Anyone have a preference between these 2 saws?
Thanks i'm New at this.

https://m.lowes.com/pd/DEWALT-10-...w/50040968

Here is the Rigid Saw also on sale.
https://www.homedepot.com/p/RIDGI.../100090444

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Well this deal is technically the cheapest, but it takes a little work. I got this saw for $381 (not including taxes witch were +$36 for me)
1) Go to Dollar General click here to see deal and buy the Gift card for %15 off. Put at least $450 plus what ever tax you will pay (my tax was $36) I just put the full 500 on the gift card because I can spend the rest. (* Note some stores might make you pay with cash. If you get more then one $500 card, Make sure you do them as separate transactions or else the register will fail the purchase citing potential fraud and you can't buy that card any longer, it becomes invalid.
A $500 gift card will cost you $425 (no taxes on this one)
2) Acquire a Lowes 10% coupon by going to the post office and asking for a change of mailing address packet, or going online and looking for a coupon. (They will tell you to go online and do it there, tell them you prefer the packet with the coupons in it.) Or you should be able to use a Home Depot 10% since they take competitor coupons.
3) Go to Lowes and Purchase the DWE7491RS Table saw. It will ring up as $499-49.90=$449.10 plus what ever you tax is. And that $449.10 only cost you $382.1 (not including taxes)
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To answer the OP (original poster) question about the ridgid v.s. the dewalt:

Dewalt rip size left 22
Ridgid rip size left 12
Dewalt rip size right 25
Ridgid rip size right 32 1/2

The ridgid does have the LSA (lifetime service agreement) so basically a warranty for life.

For me it came down to the dewalt being cheaper with my deal above and being able to cut a larger piece of wood on the dewalt and these things don't "break" that often, where I would need to use the LSA. (If it did break, I should be able to order just the part and get it fixed pretty easy) When watching reviews It looks like the dewalt would be better at picking up saw dust with the 2 dust collections, but I don't know that for sure and don't really care personally.

Weight, portability, stability when set up, speed (RPM of blade), amps, cut depth, and cut depth at 45 degrees is all pretty much the same.

Some one more knowledgeable than I can comment on the fence being better on one or the other. Or maybe other things that I have missed that might be important to a potential buyer.
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if we're looking at Lowe's to do a price match on Amazon we can now do the price match at the 439 price and pick up another what looks like 60 bucks but I don't know if that coupon for Dollar General is still alive.
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Well this deal is technically the cheapest, but it takes a little work. I got this saw for $381 (not including taxes witch were +$36 for me)
1) Go to Dollar General click here to see deal and buy the Gift card for %15 off. Put at least $450 plus what ever tax you will pay (my tax was $36) I just put the full 500 on the gift card because I can spend the rest. (* Note some stores might make you pay with cash. If you get more then one $500 card, Make sure you do them as separate transactions or else the register will fail the purchase citing potential fraud and you can't buy that card any longer, it becomes invalid.
A $500 gift card will cost you $425 (no taxes on this one)
2) Acquire a Lowes 10% coupon by going to the post office and asking for a change of mailing address packet, or going online and looking for a coupon. (They will tell you to go online and do it there, tell them you prefer the packet with the coupons in it.) Or you should be able to use a Home Depot 10% since they take competitor coupons.
3) Go to Lowes and Purchase the DWE7491RS Table saw. It will ring up as $499-49.90=$449.10 plus what ever you tax is. And that $449.10 only cost you $382.1 (not including taxes)
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