I went to the local Lowe's to pick up the PC 557 joiner $199; knowing
I was going to pay more to buy local. Much to my surpise a rebate
form printed with the receipt. $30 mail in rebate from Delta. Not a
lot, but every bit counts.
I did not see this advertised anywhere online or in the store. It was
also good on other Delta products, some up to $50 rebate.
I believe the rebate is valid until 1/1/04.
Lowe's seems to be having a "secret sale" of some sorts. I just ordered the
new DW735 13" plane @ $449 from them . There is a $100 tool bonus rebate
supposedly offered with it. (see store for details) was the line in their
ad from a couple weeks back. Of course, this offer is _so_ secret the help
is unaware of it. Someone at customer service desk did some calling and
found out the details and obtained the proper form.
I thought the whole idea of a sale or rebate was to let your customer base
know of the sale/offer and then sell some merchandise when those buyers come
charging in. But then, I have no MBA and have been out of retailing for
over 25 years so things may have changed. Perhaps keeping the details of a
sale from the public and your staff somehow generates more sales? I don't
see how but if that _is_ the case, I am sure glad I am not in advertising
I can't help but wonder what other great buys they have right now. (which
we are totally unaware of)
Enjoy your joiner!
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