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For those, like me, waiting for the site to open with the holiday deals, it's open. Hopefully someone can find something they want. I checked and before I posted only saw a few individual sets. This is all together for you. Hope it helps.

https://www.homedepot.com/c/tool_savings - Main site
https://www.homedepot.com/b/Featu...ee-basekit Milwaukee 1 free tool with 2 4AH batteries - $199
https://www.homedepot.com/b/Featu...,6203,6217 Milwaukee 2 free tools with a drill, driver and 2 5AH batteries - $399 NLA
https://www.homedepot.com/b/Featu...ee-basekit Dewalt 1 free tool with 2 5AH batteries - $199
https://www.homedepot.com/b/Featu...,6203,6217 Dewalt 2 free tools with a hamer drill, driver and 1 2AH and 1 6AH battery $399 NLA
https://www.homedepot.com/b/Featu...1vZ2fkoo9f Ryobi 1 free tool with 2 3AH batteries - $149
https://www.homedepot.com/b/Featu...ee-basekit Ridgid 1 free tool with 2 3AH batteries - $199
https://www.homedepot.com/b/Featu...ee-basekit Ridgid 2 free tools with a hammer drill, driver, circ saw, recip saw and a flashlight - $449
https://www.homedepot.com/b/Featu...ee-basekit Makita 1 free tool with 2 4AH batteries - $199
https://www.homedepot.com/b/Featu...,6203,6217 Makita 2 free tools with a hammer drill, driver and 2 5AH batteries - $399 NLA


I will say though, the deals seem underwhelming compared to last year. Last year I got the Ridgid brushless driver and hammer drill with 2 4AH batteries and a free impact wrench all for $200. This time you get 2 3AH batteries. And for those looking at the Ridgid 2 free tools, the base set is brushed tools, just like last year.

Hope the price drops on BF, but the link should remain the same.
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If you bought now, could you not get a price adjustment if BF came down?
You could rebuy and return.
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can you also just return the "free" items? so if I got the $449 ridgid kit and returned the 2 free tools, would the net cost of the kit be like under $300?
You might be able to in store but I don't think you can online because the promo is a single sku. You need 2 separate items in the cart like some of the other deals.

Also those rigids in the 449 deal are old generation and batterys, only some of the free tools are the new octane.
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Looks like October and Sepetember 2019 had better deals than November, just like we all predicted.
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Looking to get my first set of Makita drills. Been eyeing this kit, what do you think is a good target price? Or would there be any reason to avoid these newer sub compacts?


https://www.amazon.com/Makita-CX2...162&sr=8-4
I have that kit. If I could do it again, I'd have gone for the hammer drill compact lxt single, and dual battery with quick charger.

The subcompact hammer drill is slightly bigger than the subcompact drill, and has a on/off ring for the hammer function.

Like this one:
https://www.amazon.com/Makita-XPH...913&sr=8-4

Although I hate blow molded cases. I just buy a toolbox, throw a set of impact bolts, drills, and hole saws. Done. No pile of boxes.
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These deals have been live for three days. A certain CB site had 14% CB up to a max of $50 for one day only bringing these deals down to $350, plus PayPal 5% through Chase.
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The Ridgid two batteries + Circular saw seems decent.

I've been wanting to get a cordless circular saw when I just need to do a few quick cuts and not futz with extension cords, etc.

$200 for 2 batteries + tool seems decent. Anyone have experience with this particular saw? I'm already in the Ridgid ecosystem, so not looking for any comments outside of Ridgid experience and recommendations.
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The Ridgid two batteries + Circular saw seems decent.

I've been wanting to get a cordless circular saw when I just need to do a few quick cuts and not futz with extension cords, etc.

$200 for 2 batteries + tool seems decent. Anyone have experience with this particular saw? I'm already in the Ridgid ecosystem, so not looking for any comments outside of Ridgid experience and recommendations.
It's a really solid saw, theres a lot of videos on youtube. All the octane tools are solid performers besides some of the jobmax stuff. The m18 fuel is better build quality but generally much more expensive. I returned the battery kit for $120 and got it for 80ish.
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Asking for advice....

Needing to replace my old brushed Hitachi drill/driver and impact driver combo. Do yall get combos with the drill driver as an hammer drill as well? I do have a corded hammer drill which i use maybe once a year. Does it make the cordless drill "better"? Worth the extra money?

Also - if yall were going to get a Dewalt combo which one is best for the Drill/Impact?

The hammer function is for concrete. it makes the bit bump the tip like a jackhammer/chisel to break up concrete and drill it. Its fine for home use and small jobs,

But in actuality the hammer function on any of these drills is going to be sub-par. If you need to drill a lot of concrete or big holes you really want an SDS plus hammer drill. They "Bump" much harder and out further and are designed for concrete. SDS Max is for demolition.

Dewalt XR is their Pro grade line and best generally.
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So the Ryobi stuff is regular price then? LOL
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The deals on the tools are really bad. The only way to make them good is to buy the batteries and get the free tool then return the batteries. You can get the Milwaukee orbital sander for $60 that way. The Rigid Circular saw is $78.
Does this still work? Ive done this before but i recently tried with an m12 rachet/battery deal and 2 stores denied me.
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Does this still work? Ive done this before but i recently tried with an m12 rachet/battery deal and 2 stores denied me.
Order the items for pickup from different stores and just don't ever pickup the batteries to still get the discount or order batteries for shipping and the tool for pickup then cancel the batteries portion of the order within 40 minutes according to an earlier comment.
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Order the items for pickup from different stores and just don't ever pickup the batteries to still get the discount or order batteries for shipping and the tool for pickup then cancel the batteries portion of the order within 40 minutes according to an earlier comment.
I'll give it a shot. Thanks. I could use the m18 angle grinder but I dont need any more batteries.
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Does this still work? Ive done this before but i recently tried with an m12 rachet/battery deal and 2 stores denied me.

I did it yesterday with the Ridgid deal, no questions asked.
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A lot of price increases on many tools...
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