Canadian Deals: $25 Home Depot Gift Card With Tree Purchase Dec 1-7

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christmas-treeHere’s a neat promo from Home Depot Canada.  From Thursday December 1st to Wednesday December 7th receive a $25 coupon from Home Depot when you purchase any fresh cut or artificial tree.  The coupon is valid towards your next in store purchase of $100 or more between January 2nd to January 29th 2012.  Offer valid in store only.

9 responses to “Canadian Deals: $25 Home Depot Gift Card With Tree Purchase Dec 1-7”

  1. imasmartcanuck says:

    that’s too soon for a fresh tree for me; it’ll be dead by christmas

  2. Britt says:

    Whys the title say its a $25 gift card?? Is it a coupon or gift card??

  3. NB says:

    It’s a coupon to use towards a purchase of $100 or more made in the month of January. IT IS NOT A GIFT CARD! I work for Home Depot and am certain it’s not a gift card.

  4. Tammy says:

    I’m wondering has anyone ever brought a tree from Home Depot before? I’m curious to know if they are good ones or not. I seem to recall seeing the trees last year at one of the hardware type stores (not sure if it was Home depot or not) but they were already pre-tied up so you can’t really tell what you are getting until you get home and unwrap the twine. Not being able to see the full tree makes me a little leary so we normally go to a tree farm or nursery but I’d be interested to hear from anyone who has purchased from home depot before.

  5. NB says:

    Home Depot has their trees open, until you pick one, then it is wrapped in the mesh. Hope that helps!

  6. DC says:

    How much is a christmas tree from Home Depot?

  7. JChandler says:

    This is like Ikea’s deal … buy a tree get $20 to spend in their store.

  8. NB says:

    Trees range from $20-50 depending on size and type.

  9. khorton says:

    We got two trees there last year because we had to return the first one we bought. Not one foot in the door and we had tons of needles dropping off. They took it back and the second tree was fine. Check the tree well before you leave the lot.


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