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Lowe’s Black Friday 2014 Ad – Find the Best Lowe’s Black Friday Deals and Sales

Nov. 24, 2014
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Lowe’s Black Friday 2014

The ad leak from Lowe’s of its 2014 Black Friday ad is finally out! Check out the full 28-page ad scan below:


Best Lowe’s Black Friday Deals From 2013

Home-improvement chain Lowe’s offers a broad range of appliances, tools and home décor for all your indoor and outdoor needs. Last year, the retailer featured a five-day Black Friday sale from Nov. 28 through Dec. 2. Doors opened at 5 a.m. Friday, and online shoppers could get started early at Organized thematically, the ad spanned 24 pages and featured great deals on tools, household appliances, holiday decorations and more.

Among the best deals for the home was a 50% discount on Blackbourne 5-foot, 3-inch by 7-foot, 10-inch black floral area rugs, which sold for only $59 (originally $118). But no rug is complete without a vacuum. Like a number of other retailers, including Sears and Home Depot, Lowe’s offered a 25% discount on Dyson products. It’s a great deal on the pricy vacuum cleaners, but unfortunately it didn’t beat the 33% discount at Kohl’s. For consumers interested in floor care from other brands, however, Lowe’s delivered a range of low prices for all budgets:

  • Electrolux Ergorapido brushroll clean cordless stick vacuum cleaner: $99 (originally $149)
  • Shop-Vac 16-gallon wet/dry shop vacuum (5.75 peak HP): $49.98 (originally $99.98)
  • Bissell Easy Sweep cordless vacuum: $19.99 (originally $29.99)

Vacuum cleaners weren’t the only household products with great prices. There were some notable markdowns on kitchen and laundry appliances:

  • Ninja 48-oz. blender: $39.99 (originally $59.99)
  • Frigidaire 1.6-cu. ft. over-the-range microwave: $199 (originally $249)
  • WhirlPool 5.3 cu. ft. 5-element smooth-surface self-cleaning convection electric range plus dishwasher plus 24.8 cu. ft. French-door refrigerator: $1,996 (originally $3,096)
  • WhirlPool 4.1 cu. ft. washer plus 7.4 cu. ft. electric dryer: $1,398 (originally $1,998)

For chilly nights on the backyard porch, Lowe’s offered a great deal on the Garden Treasures steel liquid propane patio heater: $99 (originally $189).

Fall is a popular season for home improvement, and Lowe’s delivered some essential savings for DIY projects. The Werner 17-foot aluminum multiposition ladder sold for only $99 (originally $159), and select tiles were discounted, including 50% off on 12-inch-by-12-inch Travertine finish vinyl tile, resulting in the bargain of only 25 cents per tile. Last year’s sale was also the perfect time to pick up some new tools and accessories:

  • Kobalt 2.29 lb. brad/pin pneumatic nailer: $49.98 (originally $79.98)
  • 30-piece carbide-tipped router bit set: $49.98 (originally $99)
  • Kobalt 227-pc. standard/metric mechanic’s tool set: $99.97 (originally $199.97)
  • Gladiator garage organization mega kit: $149
  • DEWALT 4-tool 18-volt cordless combo kit: $199 (originally $299)
  • DEWALT 12-in. 15-amp compound miter saw: $199 (originally $299)

Recognizing that not all shoppers are willing to drop hundreds, even during a sale, Lowe’s offered some great deals for $10 or less:

  • LED spotlight PowerCap with 4 batteries included: $9.97 (originally $16.97)
  • 50-count LED white Christmas string lights: $10 for 2
  • 30-pack AA alkaline batteries: $4.97 (originally $9.97)
  • Style Selections 11-in. disco ball light: $9.97 (originally $19.97)

Kicking off the official start of the holiday shopping season, the sale featured some super savings on seasonal decorations. Shoppers looking to pick up a fresh-cut Christmas tree were offered a selection of 5- to 6-foot Fraser fir trees for only $19.98. Those preferring to skip the mess of a real tree were in luck as well, since indoor artificial trees were marked down 20%. For more wintery décor, 16-inch fresh-cut Fraser fir Christmas wreaths were two for $10 (originally $7.98 each) and 1-quart poinsettias cost only 99 cents each (originally $3.99).

For similar products, make sure to check out Home Depot, Ace Hardware and True Value. For a full list of 2014 Black Friday ad scans, check out NerdWallet’s Black Friday ad leaks page.

Written by Melinda Szell


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