A few months ago HD was selling a 6 pack of these flashlights with 18
non-alkaline batteries for $9.97. Free is good, but 6 for $10 ain't
Now I've got 6 flashlights turning up everywhere when I don't need
one, but never where I want them to be when I do!
re: "How much is it after the 20% off coupon?"
(0 - 20%) = (0 - 0 x 0.2) = (0 - 0) = (you'll confuse the cashier if
you hand her both coupons)
Besides, both coupons say you can't use it with any other discount.
You make the choice - free or 20% off $7.
It's your call.
They've been giving away flashlights (with a coupon) for about a month now.
I have about six.
I've got to take back an unused chain hoist this week, so I'll pick up
another. Amazing, they'll give me $44 (for the hoist) AND a flashlight just
for entering their doors.
I actually used my son's chain hoist to lift the bed from my pickup so I
could replace the fuel sensor transmitter. The only attachment point that
would work was a sturdy limb from an oak tree in the front yard. Kind of
funny looking, the bed suspended from a tree while a couple of fellows are
working on a naked truck about ten feet away...
But, this is redneck country, so nobody paid much mind to the picture...
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