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The end of summer is swiftly approaching, which means one thing: Labor Day. While you might think of Labor Day as an excuse to soak up the last remnants of summer by throwing a barbecue or planning your final beach getaway of the season, it’s also a great opportunity to save a bit of cash on things like furniture, TVs or new clothes and shoes during all of those Labor Day sales. And one 2021 Labor Day sale you definitely can’t miss is The Home Depot’s Labor Day sale.
From markdowns on grills and lawn mowers to sales on name-brand appliances like LG washers and dryers and Samsung refrigerators, there are so many deals hiding in The Home Depot’s Labor Day sale, which is going on now through Sept. 6.
For example, if you’re gearing up for fall and need a leaf blower, this RYOBI Cordless Variable-Speed Jet Fan Leaf Blower is on sale for $149. Maybe you’re looking to add some extra home security as the fall and winter days get shorter, in which case, this Ring Spotlight Outdoor Wireless Security Surveillance Camera is a steal for $160.
Take a look for yourself below at some of the best Labor Day sales going on now at The Home Depot.
- Samsung 3-Door French Door Refrigerator in Stainless Steel, $1,898 (Orig. $2,799)
- LG 4-Door French Door Refrigerator with Water Dispenser in Stainless Steel, $1,896 (Orig. $2,299)
- Samsung 24-inch Fingerprint-Resistant Stainless Steel Dishwasher, $698 (Orig. $849)
- LG 24-inch Stainless Steel Front Control Dishwasher, $618 (Orig. $749)
- Samsung Smart Stainless Steel Electric Range with Air Fry and Convection, $798 (Orig. $949)
- LG Smart Stainless Steel Convection Electric Oven Range with Air Fry, $808 (Orig. $899)
- Samsung Black Stainless Electric Dryer with Steam, $748 (Orig. $1,049)
- Samsung Black Stainless Top Load Washing Machine, $748 (Orig. $1,049)
- LG Graphite Steel WashTower Laundry Center with Washer and Dryer, $1,698 (Orig. $2,299)
Grills and grilling accessories
- Nexgrill 5-Burner Propane Gas Grill Stainless Steel, $199 (Orig. $249)
- Dyna-Glo 5-Burner Propane Gas Grill Matte Black, $229 (Orig. $249)
- Nexgrill Evolution 5-Burner Propane Gas Grill with Infrared Technology, $249 (Orig. $349)
- Kingsford 16-pound Original Charcoal Briquettes with Applewood, $9.99 (Orig. $12.99)
- Kingsford 20-pound Cherrywood Wood Grilling Pellets, $14.98 (Orig. $19.98)
- RYOBI Cordless Variable-Speed Jet Fan Leaf Blower, $149 (Orig. $159)
- Miracle-Gro Garden Soil All Purpose, $3.33 (Orig. $4.27)
- RYOBI ONE+ Cordless Battery 2-gallon Chemical Sprayer, $79.97 (Orig. $98.67)
- Tiki Torch Bundle (2-pack), $31.44 (Orig. $37.24)
- Gorilla Carts Soft-Sided Folding Cart, 47.69 (Orig. $52.99)
- Nisaku 7.25-inch Japanese Hori Garden Landscaping Digging Tool, $18.99 (Orig. $22.37)
- RYOBI 20-inch Cordless Battery Push Lawn Mower, $249 (Orig. $299)
- DeWalt 21.5-inch MAX Lithium-Ion Cordless Self-Propelled Mower, $479 (Orig. $499)
- Greenworks Pro 21-inch Cordless Self-Propelled Lawn Mower, $479 (Orig. $599.99)
- Beast 48-inch Gas-Powered Zero-Turn Riding Mower, $2,899 (Orig. $3,199)
- RYOBI 42-inch Electric Zero-Turn Riding Lawn Mower, $3,599 (Orig. $3,999)
- Husky Black 4-Tier Heavy Duty Industrial Garage Shelving Unit, $199 (Orig. $229)
- DeWalt 20V Cordless Brushless Drill/Driver with Battery, Charger and Bag, $179 (Orig. $199)
- HDX 27-gallon Tough Storage Tote, $11.98 (Orig. $13.98)
- Gorilla Ladders 22-foot Aluminum Multi-Position Ladder with 300-pound Load Capacity, $179 (Orig. $249)
- RYOBI ONE+ Lithium-Ion Cordless Wet/Dry Vacuum with Accessory Storage, $129 (Orig. $257)
Home security devices
- Ring Spotlight Outdoor Wireless Security Surveillance Camera, $159.99 (Orig. $206)
- Ring Wireless Alarm Home Security Kit, $199.99 (Orig. $257)
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