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HomeDepot - Led trade in is back (again)


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Im sure most allready know - but just in case:

Home Depot is AGAIN offering the christmas light trade in program for LED's.

You bring in *any* string working or not of incan's, and get 3.00 off up to 5 strings of LED.

At least in years past there really wasnt any tracking on it, so after 5, you could just walk to another register and get 5 more.

Anyway - its a good deal and a great way to get rid of BROKEN incan's !!

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It's important to also provide a link, then you'll see that it's for 10 days only. (November 4th to 14th)

http://www.homedepot.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/ContentView?pn=SF_EV_Christmas_Light_Trade-In&langId=-1&storeId=10051&catalogId=10053&cm_mmc=socialmedia-_-twitter-_-1009-_-clighttradeinLP


I wonder what constitutes a light string. I have several that I stripped the plugs and wire from. The lights are still in a string.

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ErnieHorning wrote:

I wonder what constitutes a light string. I have several that I stripped the plugs and wire from. The lights are still in a string.

How do you do this??? Are you using old dead strings for extension cords???

Greg
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When I did it last year - they had a big container by the door - I just dropped what I had in.... they didnt even look at it, (some were only "sections" i had cut up like you) when I got to the register, they just asked how many I had placed in the box. I told the clerk "2.5" she said "that sounds like 3 to me"

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wglyons wrote:

How do you do this??? Are you using old dead strings for extension cords???

I'm cutting off about 8" on each end and keeping the plug & socket. I use the plugs when I 100 count mini's in half. I splice in the plug for the second half. Now I have two 50 count mini strings.

I don't currently have a use for the sockets for anything yet but I keep them any way because free is cheaper than buying one.

If you're wanting to make extension cords here's how you do it. http://www.landolights.com/main/content/view/112/39
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It’s interesting that you could buy a brand new set, clip off the plugs, bring it back and get a $3 coupon. It would still be cheaper than buying just the plugs.

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