Home Depot Canada – Free Coupon With Tree Purchase

Home Depot – Free Coupon With Tree Purchase


  • Receive a $25 Coupon* When You Purchase Any Fresh-Cut Tree

At participating Stores Simply buy a “FREE CUT TREE” between now and December 13, 2017 and the cashier will give you a $25 off $100 Coupon for redemption in January ( 1-24th)

Selection varies by store and quantities are limited.

See store associate for details

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The Home Depot Brand Of Stores

There are currently 180 stores across Canada that stock about 40,000 home improvement products. Yes, that is over forty thousand!

This brand came to Canada in 1994 and grew from the Greater Toronto Area.

If you are a construction laborer or do-it-yourself type of person Home Depot caters to you. From amateurs to pros, you will find exactly what you are looking for to get that home improvement job done.

They can even find a reliable contractor to complete your project. Contractors have been prescreened for your convenience.

If you are a contractor you might want to take advantage of their Pro and Tool Rentals.

Free Shipping

Look for items that have the “free shipping” logo on them. These are the ones that qualify for free shipping within Canada. All other products are subject to shipping charges.

See Frequently Asked Questions for more information.

Know How Centres

Watch online and instore tutorials on all the latest home improvement projects.

From painting a room to installing laminate flooring, the Home Depot is there to help.

Check out the Know-How Centre Here.

If you have a mobile device you can also browse Home Depot online. For Iphone, Ipad, and Android.

Learn more about The Home Depot

The Home Depot is a large retailer of home improvement and construction products and services from the United States. This company operates a number of locations in the United States, Canada, and Mexico. The company’s headquarters is located in Georgia, Atlanta. It is considered America’s largest home improvement retailer in terms of revenues. The Home Depot was established by Arthur Blank, Arthur Blank, Pat Farrah and Bernard Marcus in 1978.

The necessary capital was provided by Marcus and Blank with help of Ken Langone, an Investment banker. This large retailer was first built to be the largest home-improvement superstores ever found. The first locations were built in 1979, in spaces leased from J. C. Penney. Robert Nardelli has become the chairman, president, and CEO since 2000, after the retirement of Marcus and Blank.

Latest Home Depot News

Most of you are well aware of the Credit Card Security Breach that just occurred at Home Depot Stores in Canada and the United States.

There have been more than 60 million credit card users information stolen and accounts have been compromised.

If you made a credit card purchase anytime after April of 2014 at Home Depot, they are giving you a chance to take advantage of a years worth of FREE Credit Monitoring from Equifax.

This service is valued at $199 and you can get it for FREE.

This should give you a little peace of mind in regards to this latest development.

Home Depot Data Breach

This data breach could be one of THE largest ever security breaches in history.

We all know about the hackers attack on Target Stores recently, but this latest attack is a little different. Different because of the software that was used.

This one used something known as FrameworkPOS, and comes from the McAfee Inc. antivirus agent that it pretends to be. People assume its safe of course because of its name, and therefore it can travel widely very quickly

This Credit Card Stealing program disguises itself as an Antivirus but when it gets into the system it creates havoc with store registers.



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