As part of Lowe’s Commercial Appreciation Days, on April 25 – 27 there are some pretty cool opportunities for tool professionals. These deals are nationwide, so stop by any Lowe’s store and you should be able to take part. In particular, the big deal that caught our attention was that the store would let you trade in your cordless Ridgid, Makita,
Milwaukee, Craftsman or Panasonic tools (including battery) at any
Lowe’s store April 25-27 to get $50 off any 20V or 18V DeWalt cordless
drill/driver, impact driver or combo kit. That’s bot a bad deal at all, particularly if your tool is an older, worn-out NiCad-based model.
The stores will also host a complimentary lunch on Friday, April 27 and there will be lots of freebies, including hats, drink koozies and more (while supplies last). The stores will also run some limited-time deals on select tools, supplies and materials during the three-day event.
And, of course, Lowe’s is taking this time to remind its commercial account holders that they will continue to receive 5% off all purchases when they use their new or existing Lowe’s Business Credit card.
For anyone who doesn’t have an account with Lowe’s yet, they are offering a 5,000 Reward Points incentive (redeemable for $50 in Lowe’s gift cards) after you sign up for a new Lowe’s Business Rewards from American Express account and spend your first $100.
Got any old tools? Time to trade them in!