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Home Depot.com is offering Paint & Stain Rebates on Select 1-Gallon & 5-Gallon Paints or Stain. Select Free Store Pickup. Thanks szhk

Note, Refer to In-Store or Online Rebate form for complete list of Qualifying Products to buy.
Example Qualifying Brands:
  • Behr Interior & Exterior Paints
  • Behr Premium DeckPlus, Premium Stains, Waterproofers, DeckOver, Concrete Porch and Floor Paint and Granite Grip
  • Glidden Premium Interior and Exterior Paints
  • PPG Timeless Stains and Metallic Tones
  • Flood Stains
  • Rust-Oleum Rocksolid Metallic Garage Kits
  • Preserva Wood Stain and Sealers
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  • Rebate Offer is valid through May 28, 2018. Rebate requests must be postmarked or submitted online no later than 6/28/18.
  • Online Purchase Rebates must be mailed in. For in-store purchases with valid receipt number, form may be submitted online.

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1) Purchase qualifying product between 5/17–5/28/2018.

Valid products include:

BEHR MARQUEE®, BEHR Premium Plus Ultra®, and BEHR Premium Plus® Interior and Exterior paints, BEHR Premium Plus All-In-One Wood Cleaner, PPG Specialty Finishes*, PPG Timeless® Paints & Stains*, PPG Diamond, Glidden® HydroResist**, Glidden Premium Interior and Exterior Paints, Glidden Diamond Interior Paint, Glidden Porch and Floor, BEHR® Stains and Waterproofers, BEHR Premium Stains and Waterproofers, BEHR DeckPlus Stains and Waterproofers, BEHR DeckOver®, BEHR Concrete, Porch and Floor Paint, BEHR Granite Grip™ Thompson's® WaterSeal, Rust-Oleum® Rocksolid® Metallic garage Kits, Preserva Wood® Stain and Sealers, and Flood® Stains.

Promotions not valid on any America's Finest®, BEHR Pro i100™, BEHR Pro i300™, BEHR Pro e600™, BEHR Pro e500™, Cabot® Stains, PPG® Ultra-Hide, Glidden Professional® Speed-Wall®, Glidden Professional Ultra-Hide 220, Glidden Professional Ultra-Hide 440, and Glidden Professional Ultra-Hide 770, Glidden HydroSteel**, Glidden Speed-Cote®, Glidden Ceiling Paint, Glidden Essentials Interior Paint, PVA primer, Zinsser® Primers, Gripper® Primer, Glidden Stucco & Masonry, KILZ® Primers, KILZ® PRO-X Paint nor Primers, Oops paint or all other products not listed above. No returns on paint.

2) Online purchases:

Print and complete the rebate form. For online purchases, only mail-in rebate forms are accepted.

In-Store Purchases with valid receipt number:

To submit online go to homedepotrebates.com. EACH SALES RECEIPT REQUIRES A SEPARATE ENTRY FOR ONLINE SUBMISSION.

OR

Print and complete the rebate form.

3) Mail rebate form along with a copy of the original The Home Depot® cash register receipt and the original UPC number cut from the paper label of each gallon and/or five-gallon sized product purchased (for printed cans only, please write the UPC number in the space provided below). Rebates must be postmarked no later than 6/28/2018. Multiple UPC numbers may be written on a separate piece of paper and attached to this form.

Reference: https://www.homedepot.com/c/Paint_Offers
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I work there. They wont take the paint back but can still refund it and rering it. Tell em you want to take advantage of the rebate or change your form of payment . You dont need to bring the paint in just the receipt.
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Oh man thank you, i was planning on buying the paint today from HD, because i need 1 white paint to mix it with current color to make it brighter, you saved me 10% Smilie
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Wondering if the 20% off paint coupon will invalid the rebate. Any one combined coupon with rebate before?
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Which paint from Home Depot would you guys recommend to paint an exterior front deck. It is wood.
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Wondering if the 20% off paint coupon will invalid the rebate. Any one combined coupon with rebate before?

What coupon please?
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What coupon please?
I think he is referring to the hd Pro coupons
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Behr premium transparent penetrating oil wood finish stain; 3 colors I can find. 5 gallon on sale for $112, so $72 after rebate plus tax.
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What coupon please?
It is one time use coupon, 20% off paints, primer and stain. do a search on e bay, you should be able to find it.
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Which paint from Home Depot would you guys recommend to paint an exterior front deck. It is wood.
Don't most people stain decks, as opposed to painting them?

From the webz:
Finishing Your Deck with Paint

Painting your wood deck can be a great choice. Paint has quite a few benefits over the other finish options such as stain or sealer, but it may not be for you if you want a natural looking wood deck.
Here are the pros and cons of painting your outside deck:
  • Painting allows you to use any color you want. Because paint is solid, you can completely cover an old color or the wood itself, which means your options are wide open.
  • Paint often fills gaps and cracks. Paint is a thicker finish, so it can often be useful for repairing wood that has already damaged a little by the elements. Some paints are even made just for that purpose.
  • Paint might be easier to clean. Depending on the color (I have a white painted deck and it is NOT easy to clean), paint can be easy to clean. If the paint is of good quality and is allowed to cure properly before put into use, it creates a hard shell that dirt usually just washes right off of.
  • Paint is more protective of wood. Generally speaking, paint resists rot, mold, and sun damage better than other options. However, other types of high-quality finishes can also do a great job of protecting wood.
Cons of Paint:

  • Paint is forever. Once you decide to paint your wood deck, you've pretty much decided to always paint your wood deck. While you can go from stain or sealer to paint, you can't really go back the other way without going to extreme measures.
  • Paint is available in any color. While this is also in the "pros" list, it can be a challenge. What looks good on walls and trim doesn't always look good on a huge surface like a deck. Floor paints used to be limited in color options, but not anymore. More choices means more chances that you'll be sorry!
  • Paint can be slippery when wet. Depending on the sheen of your paint (gloss, semi-gloss, etc.), painted decks are sometimes as slick as ice when wet.
  • Paint hides the natural beauty of wood. The biggest drawback is probably that paint hides the wood grain, thereby erasing one of the biggest upside features of a real wood deck.
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Don't most people stain decks, as opposed to painting them?

From the webz:
Finishing Your Deck with Paint

Painting your wood deck can be a great choice. Paint has quite a few benefits over the other finish options such as stain or sealer, but it may not be for you if you want a natural looking wood deck.
Here are the pros and cons of painting your outside deck:
  • Painting allows you to use any color you want. Because paint is solid, you can completely cover an old color or the wood itself, which means your options are wide open.
  • Paint often fills gaps and cracks. Paint is a thicker finish, so it can often be useful for repairing wood that has already damaged a little by the elements. Some paints are even made just for that purpose.
  • Paint might be easier to clean. Depending on the color (I have a white painted deck and it is NOT easy to clean), paint can be easy to clean. If the paint is of good quality and is allowed to cure properly before put into use, it creates a hard shell that dirt usually just washes right off of.
  • Paint is more protective of wood. Generally speaking, paint resists rot, mold, and sun damage better than other options. However, other types of high-quality finishes can also do a great job of protecting wood.
Cons of Paint:

  • Paint is forever. Once you decide to paint your wood deck, you've pretty much decided to always paint your wood deck. While you can go from stain or sealer to paint, you can't really go back the other way without going to extreme measures.
  • Paint is available in any color. While this is also in the "pros" list, it can be a challenge. What looks good on walls and trim doesn't always look good on a huge surface like a deck. Floor paints used to be limited in color options, but not anymore. More choices means more chances that you'll be sorry!
  • Paint can be slippery when wet. Depending on the sheen of your paint (gloss, semi-gloss, etc.), painted decks are sometimes as slick as ice when wet.
  • Paint hides the natural beauty of wood. The biggest drawback is probably that paint hides the wood grain, thereby erasing one of the biggest upside features of a real wood deck.
I was thinking of that but then I'd have to sand the whole deck. It's a pretty old deck with several layers of old paint.
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is there a limit to how much paint is bought?
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Any idea on how much paint is required to paint 2 car garage. Its unfinished rigth now. So, i think i need 2 coats
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Are you serious? I bought a total of 8 gallons of paint just yesterday. I'm going to try my luck and ask for the rebate.
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