The Home Depot Spring Black Friday Sale is Here: Save on Plants, Mulch, Fertilizer, & More

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Starting today, The Home Depot is hosting a Spring Black Friday Sale both online and in store and offering up big savings on mulch, grills, tools and accessories, patio sets, ladders and more.

Choose free in-store pick up if available near you; otherwise, shipping is free on select orders over $45.

Run to Home Depot For These Deals:

Bonnie Plants – in store only
5 for $15

Herbs and Strawberries
5 for $15 (regularly $3.78 each)

Miracle Gro Garden Soil – limit 80 per customer
Only $2

Annuals 6-packs
2 for $3 (regularly $3.98 each)

Belleville 7 Piece Padded Sling Patio Set
Only $299 (regularly $499)
*Choose free in-store pick up, if available near you; otherwise, delivery starts at $79.

Kingsford 18.6 lbs. Charcoal Briquettes (2-Bag) – limit 5 per online order
Only $12.88 (regularly $19.87)
*Sale ends 4/8.

Rubbermaid 75qt Wheeled Cooler
Only $39.97 (regularly $49.97)

Husky 77 in. W x 78 in. H x 24 in. D Steel Garage Storage Shelving Unit
Only $149 (regularly $210.58)
*Note that shipping and delivery on this item appear to be $75 so be sure to opt for free in-store pickup if available in your area.

Husky 5-Tier Steel Storage Shelf 48″ W x 78″ H x 24″ D – in store only
Only $79.97 (regularly $99.97)

Husky 12″ Tool Bag
Only $4.88 (regularly as much as $9.98)

Ryobi 18-Volt ONE+ Lithium-Ion Compact Battery Pack 1.3Ah (2-Pack) – in store only
Only $59 (regularly $79)

B-Air VP-20 1/5 HP Air Mover in Blue
Only $59.88 (regularly $89.97)

Get $5 off a $50 In Store Purchase!

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Comments 23

  1. Mika Moris

    I purchased the same patio set for the same price last year and we love it! It is easy to put together and a great quality for the price! The table is tile, so if one breaks it is easy to switch them out.

    • Nancy

      Thanks for sharing. We were wondering if we would like the tiles.

  2. Ashlie

    I need to buy decent rocks (3″-5″ size) for our church kids to paint and hide around town (about 100 rocks total). Where do I buy those at? Home depot maybe? I’ve never done them before.

    • Sol

      I would check with a local landscape company or materials provider (like a John Deere); you’re likely to be able to find them in bulk there.

    • Lana

      Home Depot and Lowe’s carry a surprising variety of rocks in bags. You could probably find them there.

    • Jessica

      I bought a huge bag on amazon last year for our rock painting neighborhood group. I suggest buying the white ones if you can, they’re easier to see the paint design.

    • Jenna

      Home Depot had them last week. I didn’t get a chance to buy them. I was in Lowe’s this week and was surprised to find out they don’t carry those. Their parking lot islands are solid with the perfect river rocks for painting but they don’t sell them. Funny! Back to HD I go.

  3. ashley

    Anyone have any experience with the Bonnie plants? Good or bad?

    • ishika

      They are good. I had bought cherry tomatoes they grew like 9ft or so, hard to handle them…over all its good brand. But it really depends on you pick the healthy plant. Usually go cheaper then this during memorial weekend. Like $2 each

    • Lana

      I have had such mixed results with them that I try to stay away from them. If you have a family owned local greenhouse go there. The plants will be cheaper and perform better and you will be shopping local. If you do buy Bonnie always take those peat pots off. They do not degrade as they say and the plants just do not do well.

  4. LC

    I will have to go check it out!

  5. Cindy b

    I have had good luck with Bonnie annual flowers, vegetables and herbs. I live in Northeast Wisconsin. I do peel back the peat pot so roots are not hindered. I do second the idea of a local nursery center, too.

    • Cindy b

      Although, it’s a bit early here. We still have snow on the ground! 😂

      • Rosamunde

        I feel ya Cindy! I’m in Georgia & it was 33° here last night. I’m beginning to think Spring will never arrive. I’d love to start planting.

  6. Christine

    Just an FYI for those that have a Lowes close by. They have the same deals on things but if you r buying Kingsford charcoal they have the same 2 pack but you get the 32-fl oz lighter fluid for free ( a 4.99 value)
    All for 12.88

    • Amber (Hip2Save Sidekick)

      Oh awesome! Thanks for the heads up on that sale Christine! I think I may make a trip to my Lowe’s too! Loving all of these outdoor deals!

  7. mackyjane

    Any idea if they have the Ames garden cart/wheelbarrow again this year for $20? I think that’s the price it’s been the last few years.

    • Jennifer (Hip2Save Sidekick)

      Here is a Suncast Lawn Cart one they have for under 20 – hope this helps!

    • Rena Mcfarland

      My Aldi had then for the same price this week

  8. Theresa

    What day does this sale end?

    • Amber (Hip2Save Sidekick)

      The entire sale runs through 4/15, however they will also feature daily deals within that sale. Hope that helps!

  9. lei nani

    The Husky tool bag looks like it would be great for make-up!

    • Jennifer (Hip2Save Sidekick)

      Great idea!

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