Here's Real Deal: Home Depot/Lowes Appliance Discounts/Rebates

Here's Real Deal: Home Depot/Lowes Appliance Discounts/Rebates

You’re in the market for new appliances? Watch this before heading out to the new appliance stores in search of the best appliances on sale. In this video we review how the new appliance buying process really works at both Home Depot appliances, and at Lowes Home Improvement appliances.

Quite often The Home Depot sales and Lowes Home Improvement sales will focus on appliance sales and massive rebates, especially on 4th of July sales. We give you caveats about these Home Depot appliances and Lowes appliance sales, and show you how to maximize your savings. We also give you warnings about new appliance delivery times and how to determine if either Home Depot appliances or Lowes appliances has a particular appliance in stock. We have purchased numerous appliance suites over the years for our foreclosure flip projects, and we have found that Lowes appliances tends to have more of them in stock at the store, which means your appliances can be delivered next day. But even though you still get the new appliance discounts at Home Depot appliance department during the Home Depot sales, they don’t typically stock them, so they are shipped by the appliance manufacturer’s warehouse, and often have long delays.

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Remember you don’t have to go to Sears appliances to buy your LG appliances or GE appliances. So get on your phone now, armed with our tips and search for appliance stores near me, and appliance outlet stores near me and go get your discount. Also remember that if you decide to buy your discounted appliances from any of the online based discount appliances store or appliance outlet warehouses, remember they only drop ship your new oven and other appliances, which means they drop off the appliances curb side, they do not bring your discount appliances inside your house or install them. The burden of dragging your new discounted appliances inside the house rests solely on you. Lowe’s Appliances and Home Depot appliance both deliver and bring them inside for you, but if you want your home depot appliances installed, they charge you extra. So search now for appliance stores near me.


  1. jeffostroff on October 18, 2020 at 7:25 pm

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  2. Building Roots on October 18, 2020 at 7:37 pm

    what is a rebate?

  3. RidgeRunner4X4 on October 18, 2020 at 7:40 pm

    So, what’s the "Real Deal"??? You didn’t exactly reveal anything earth shattering that 90% of appliance shoppers couldn’t figure out on their own by looking at the tags… By the way, if you believe those "was/now" prices, I have land to sell you in the Bayou… I tracked the prices of the kitchen suite that we wanted for almost a year, from the time they were brand new offers, until they finally offered rebates… Those "was/now" tags showed up, but the price stayed the same. Then, the fridge was defective upon delivery, and had to be exchanged. They said they had to refund the old one, and sell me a new one. We did that, but then 4 weeks later we got the rejection of our $600 rebate because all 4 appliances were not on the same receipt. I had the original receipt showing I bought all 4 at once, but they still rejected it. I have fought for that rebate for 9 months now, epic fail…

  4. Eric Styer on October 18, 2020 at 7:41 pm

    Thank you sir. Not exactly bait and switch but close enough. Mover’s coupon? I like it, I’ll need to look into that.

  5. Warner Robins on October 18, 2020 at 7:46 pm

    exaggerate much? Yes I’m sure you have bought millions of appliances over the last 10 years

  6. Brittany Erickson on October 18, 2020 at 7:49 pm

    Where do you get the 10% off card? We are building a house and we are going to buy a suite like you mentioned!

  7. The Ropes of Renovation on October 18, 2020 at 8:12 pm

    I have found this to be true about a lot of items at Home Depot. I wonder if it is a Florida problem. I didn’t run into this type of thing in Tennessee. Can be very aggravating!!!!