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Home Depot is the leading home improvement retailer in the United States. In 2016, 67.8% of all shoppers that bought at least one item from a store or restaurant also purchased something from Home Depot. For Lowe’s, the percentage was 59.3% – still impressive but nearly 10% lower.
With that, if you are reading this article and live in the U.S., you’ve likely shopped at Home Depot at least once this year (most Americans have!).
Home improvement products can hit your wallet quite hard though, especially for senior homeowners.
As a result, we wanted to find out if there are any ways for seniors to save at Home Depot!
Home Depot itself doesn’t offer any *official* promotions for seniors, but they do match their prices with what other retailers offer. You just need to bring an ad, photo, or printout of the deal offered by another retailer with you to get a discounted price.
The guaranteed low price is a really nice policy and is another reason to stick with Home Depot – if you don’t have better options, of course.
Home Depot also runs its own promotions – check out the Savings Center to find more information on current deals.
If you live in Canada or Mexico, then be sure to check out local deals too.
Also, Home Depot is apparently available in China (though it seems it’s not particularly successful there…)
All in all, Home Depot is an amazing store, but it doesn’t seem to offer the same generous senior discounts many other retailers do.
We’ll keep our eye on it though and if that changes, we’ll make sure our readers are informed immediately!