The Home Depot’s Black Friday Deals Are Here and They’re Incredible

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The Home Depot reinvented Black Friday sales with major deals through November. Grab great deals on tools for your home and garden before they sell out.

Black Friday sales used to be a one-day-only type of thing. This year, The Home Depot reinvented the concept of one stressful shopping day and is instead offering major Black Friday discounts throughout the month of November. Whether you want to get a jump on holiday shopping, prepare for Thanksgiving or just treat yourself to the power tools you’ve had in your shopping cart all year, now is the time to score a Home Depot Black Friday deal. Here’s 11 things DIYers should always buy on Black Friday.

What’s on sale?

If you need it for the holidays, it’s probably included in The Home Depot’s Black Friday Sale. The big box store slashed prices on holiday decorations, furnitureair fryers, home décor, power tools and even a giant inflatable Santa with LED lights.

When’s the sale?

The Home Depot’s Black Friday sale runs November 8th through December 2nd. Some items will definitely sell out fast online. If you missed a deal on the web, it’s a smart idea to see if it’s still in available in stores. That way, you can order and pay for an item on the website, then pick it up at your nearest Home Depot.

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What are the top deals?

18-Volt Lithium-Ion String Trimmer/Edger and Blower/Sweeper Combo Kit

This deal is my husband’s top pick. He loves his Ryobi cordless string trimmer/edger, and this bundle also comes with the cordless leaf blower that he wants for Christmas. The kit also includes a battery and a charger.

ryobi edger blower comboVia

Deal: $88 (from $119)

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Ryobi 18-Volt 10-Inch Chain Saw

This tool is on my wish list for sure. If you need to do a little bit of tree trimming or branch cleanup around your yard (such as when I need to keep the squirrels from jumping on my bird feeders), this lightweight chain saw is a great choice. The compact size makes it easy to hold and use. And it’s $30 off! We do recommend buying the battery and charger, for a total of $129.

ryobi chainsawVia

Deal: $68 (from $99)

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Shark Rocket Ultra-Light Upright Vacuum Cleaner

Unfortunately, the holidays require a deep cleaning. Fortunately, the Shark Rocket Ultra-Light Upright vacuum cleaner is $60 off. It’s less than eight pounds and easily converts into a hand vac, so you can clean pet hair off the couch (essential for all of us who adopted pandemic pets). Swivel steering means easy maneuvering around the Christmas tree.

Shark Rocket Ultra-Light Upright Vacuum Cleanervia

Deal: $139 (from $199)

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Black 4-Tier Heavy Duty Steel Garage Storage Shelving

I could really use this heavy-duty shelving system in the shed to organize all of my gardening supplies, from hoses and watering cans to bags of potting soil. The adjustable, steel-welded shelves are 24 inches deep, so they would hold all of my large containers and storage bins.

storage system Home DepotVia The Home DepotDeal: $159 (from $218.90)

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1,600 PSI 1.2 GPM Electric Pressure Washer

Keep your deck, patio furniture and siding looking new with this Ryobi electric power washer. It comes with three nozzles, including turbo, to clean multiple surfaces, from bikes to campers. And it’s portable and lightweight, so you won’t have any trouble moving it around.

Home Depot power washerVia The Home Depot

Deal: $68 (from $99)

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This is also a good time to pick up some extra strands of Christmas lights, extension cords and a plug-in timer.

Next, check out our favorite Walmart Black Friday deals and Lowes Black Friday deals.

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Lori Vanover
Lori Vanover is the senior digital editor for Birds & Blooms. She has a bachelor's degree in agricultural and environmental communications from the University of Illinois. Lori enjoys growing vegetables and flowers for pollinators in her backyard gardens. She also is an avid bird-watcher.