1. Take advantage of the rental center

Indulge your inner handyman and find everything you need at The Home Depot’s rental center. From hand sanders and paint sprayers to trucks and vans, you can always find just the piece of equipment you need for your next big project. Use this as an opportunity to knock out that to-do list that you may not own equipment for.
Whether you’re building a relaxing outdoor space or working on a killer kitchen upgrade, The Home Depot has got you covered with large moving equipment and indoor power tools you can use as long as you need them. Rentals are priced competitively and start around $17, depending on the length of the rental. Plus, if you need help hauling supplies, you can rent a truck or van starting at $19 for the first 75 minutes.

2. Earn rewards as a loyalty member

The Home Depot's pro-only loyalty program rewards members with special tools, extra benefits and unique offers. You can sign up for the program online by entering your company’s name and address, as well as the type of business or trade.

The Pro Xtra membership helps professional builders and contractors save time and money with volume pricing, paint discounts of up to 20%, tool rental discounts and purchase tracking. The more you buy, the more perks you earn, qualifying you for the Pro Xtra Perks membership. Additional benefits of that membership tier include dedicated support, special pricing programs and delivery options, access to hard-to-find commercial supplies and advanced digital tools that allow you to track purchases with a virtual ID. Pro Xtra Perk members also get fun bonuses, like a free drink or snack while they shop. All of these pro-only extras make it worth becoming a loyalty member, because the more you spend, the more you save. Who doesn't love that?

Pros can also take advantage of specific savings by shopping the Pro Special Buy of the Week, limited-time online deals that often include free delivery. For example, recent deals have included more than 60% off Ryobi cordless tool combos and 50% off Powerbuilt auto service kits.

3. Receive coupons for joining the Garden Club

Calling all green thumbs! It’s time for a garden update, and there is no better way to start than by joining The Home Depot Garden Club. Once you sign up, you’ll get a $5 coupon to use on your next purchase of $50 or more. You’ll also score tons of free gardening project ideas, like how to make an herb garden or a DIY tea garden. If you’re new to gardening, you’ll get access to a wealth of information, including gardening set-up and maintenance videos and articles written by horticulture experts specifically targeted to the region where you live. And the best part? Garden Club members can save up to $300 annually with special coupons.

4. Shop the sitewide offer and the Special Buy of the Day

Savvy shoppers at The Home Depot know there are always sitewide offers highlighting certain departments throughout the store. Some popular sitewide savings include discounts up to 40% off on items like appliances and tools. Most of the time, these offers also qualify for free shipping.

Like sitewide offers, the Special Buy of the Day ounts. The catch? These Special Buys last for just one day. You have to act fast to take advantage of these great deals, because you never know when you’ll see them again. Check the section daily to see the new promotions. Recently, the daily deal featured 45% off select vanities and bath accessories. Both sitewide sales and the Special Buy of the Day give shoppers tons of ways to save money at The Home Depot.

5. Subscribe to save on repeat purchases

Cut out multiple shopping trips by using the Home Depot Subscriptions delivery service and save 5% on all your repeat purchases plus get free shipping. Anyone with an online account can set up their own subscriptions. To shop for subscription-eligible products, look for the “Subscribe and get 5% off every order” option under each product.

Subscription-eligible items cover different categories, including cleaning supplies, household essentials, batteries and hardware. Once you have a subscription, it’s easy to edit the frequency or even cancel, but it can take up to 24 hours for these modifications to apply. The best part? There are no club or membership fees, so you should take advantage of this program for easy savings.

6. Explore bulk pricing discounts and overstock savings

At The Home Depot, there are more than 4,000 products eligible for bulk pricing discounts of up to 30%, though a minimum purchase is required to qualify for these savings. Some popular items include insulation, roofing supplies, pavers, drywall, fencing items and paint. Just think of all the projects you can tackle, like insulating your attic to cut down on energy costs or freshening up your house with crisply painted walls.

Online shoppers can also score amazing deals on overstock items at savings of 40% or more within a wide range of categories, like home decor, outdoor lighting, patio furniture and cleaning products. And, The Home Depot has made it easy to sort the overstock section by adding filters so you can easily find what you want by shopping for a specific brand, customer review rating or even price range.

7. Use coupons when you shop

One of the most obvious ways to save at The Home Depot is to use coupons. Signing up for emails is one of many ways you can find coupons. For example, you can get a coupon for $5 off by signing up for general emails from The Home Depot, or sign up to receive Style & Decor emails and save 10%. Also, check out our coupons from Home Depot where all the best coupons and discounts are available, all in one place. Finally, make sure to check out specific categories and brand pages, because limited-time coupons can pop up.

8. Read the local ad weekly

The local ad is where it’s at. You can easily find your local ad for The Home Depot by looking for the tab on the website. Once you click it, you have the option to select the regular weekly ad. It has information on the store’s main sale for both online and in-store shopping, as well as details on other offers. It’s super easy to shop the local ad because you can click on the item you’re interested in and go straight to it. The weekly ad includes helpful information about products and when sales end, so you don’t miss out. If it’s on sale, you might as well buy it, right?

9. Protect your purchases using protection plans

Put your worries away when you purchase The Home Depot Protection Plans to extend warranties on big-ticket items like appliances and furniture. Plans provide full reimbursement or replacement on items with irreparable damage. They also cover all parts and labor and include repairs on damage from normal wear and tear. Benefits start immediately, and include 24/7 customer support and in-home service, all with no deductibles. Popular plans, like those for indoor garden protection, start as low as $3 and increase depending on the type of plan and duration. You can even manage your protection plan and track service claims on the website.

Now that you know some of the easiest ways to save money at The Home Depot, strap on your orange apron, pick up some supplies, power up your tools and get things done!