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The Home Depot is the leading retailer for home-improvement goods in the United States and shoppers can expect deep savings on holiday goods on Black Friday. In recent years, The Home Depot has closed the doors of its big box stores on Thanksgiving Day. However, starting at 6am Thursday they roll out their hot discounts at their online stores, giving shoppers a preview of the deals they can expect to see in-store from Black Friday to Cyber Monday.

Black Friday is an excellent time to stock up on Christmas decorations at The Home Depot. 6” live Poinsettias for $.99, 300 string light mini-bulb sets for $5.88 and 7.5' Martha Stewart Living Quick Set Dual LED Pre-lit Dension Pine Christmas Trees for $69 were among some of the unbelievable Black Friday specials shoppers found in the past. Artificial Christmas trees were marked down 20% store-wide! Of course, shoppers need toys to go under those Christmas trees and Home Depot offers in-store deals on toys such as your choice of ESPN Tabletop Games for $11.88 or 33-Piece Remote Control North Pole Express Train Sets for $29.97.

But home improvement is what The Home Depot is all about and there are plenty of Black Friday savings for DIYers. Irwin Quick-Grip 8 piece clamp sets for $13.88 and Milwaukee M12 12-volt Red-lithium Impact Driver Kits for $99 were some of the Black Friday deals seen in years past. Previously, Husky bag sets were a huge Black Friday focus and will likely remain a focus again. 14” rolling totes were $59 and the 22” Professional Rolling Tote was $129. But by far the most unbelievable deal seen in past Black Fridays at The Home Depot was the option of a free Rigid Tool, like the Reciprocating Saw or Miter Saw, or a free 18-volt batter with the purchase of a Rigid Hammer Drill and Driver combo kit for $299! With a deal like that, everyone can be a handyman!

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The Home Depot was founded in 1978 with the goal of building home-improvement superstores larger than all their competitors. It currently operates big-box stores in all 50 States, Canada, and Mexico. The Home Depot is headquartered in the Greater Atlanta area of Georgia.