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Menards Black Friday 2013
The Menards Black Friday 2013 ad scan has surfaced! In their ad, Menards included a note addressing their customers and explaining why they intentionally refused to jump on the Grey Thursday bandwagon. Instead of interrupting their customers’ and workers’ Thanksgiving, the first leg of the sale will start at 6 a.m. on Friday morning and lasts 6 hours.
If you can’t make it to Menards in time to catch their doorbusters, you can certainly catch some other great deals during their 2-day Super Sale from Friday until Saturday.
Menards Black Friday Ad Scans
Menards Best Black Friday Deals 2013
Menards is offering 29 pages worth of sales on toys, tools, electronics, kitchenware, and furniture! With such a broad selection of items, you may be wondering about Menards best Black Friday deals for 2013. Some of the Menards’ most noteworthy doorbuster deals include:
- $179 Fisher Price power wheels
- $99 Simmons microfiber rocker recliner
- $88 9” dual core tablet
- $49.99 Snap-on high-pressure washer
- $49 Cuisinart 10-piece nonstick cookware set
- $39.59 Creston electric stove
- $29.88 Stanley 150-piece mechanics tool set
- $24.99 Big Wheel tricycles
- $24.99 bedside audio system for iPod, iPad, or iPhone
- $24.99 Queen air bed
- $9.99 250-piece art set
- $9.99 V-Max R/C helicopter
- $9.77 choice of coffee maker, 4-quart slow cooker, or 2-slice toaster
- $7.87 choice of on of 3 tabletop games or a mini toss and score game
A large percentage of doorbusters sales applied to toys, so if you’ve got quite a bit of tots to cross off your shopping list, be sure to head there bright and early. There were also quite a few deals on tools and kitchen appliances, but for more specifics, check out the ad scan above!
Best Menards Black Friday Deals from 2012
Menards opened its doors in the predawn hour of 5am Black Friday last year. Unlike the retailers Target, Walmart, and Sears, the store didn’t compete with the Thanksgiving evening hours, letting shoppers visit Menards as the second or third stop.
The sales at Menards had three different categories, all varied by length: the 6-Hour Sale on Black Friday, the 2-Day sale (Friday-Saturday), and the 3-Day sale. The ad divided up the three so that the 6-hour was in green on pages 1-12, the 2-day sale was in red on pages 13-20, and the all-weekend sale covered the last pages, 21-28.
The eye-catching items were the following: the 32” $127 LED TV on the first page, the $4.99 memory foam slippers for both men and women, the $2.99 scarves, and the Women’s Button Boots for $7.99 a pair. All four of these items were in the 6-hour sale. One note about the TV: electronics were not a strongpoint of the store’s inventory. Some products like the TV or the $14.99 bluetooth speaker (in the 2-day sale) cropped up, but Menards wouldn’t the first place buyers go for big-ticket electronics.
Combining inventory of department stores and home improvement retailers like Home Depot, Menards held products for everyone, even pets and babies. The Stuffing Free Dog Toys at $1.49 and the $4.98 24” Huge Knotted Rawhide Bone were appealing goods for man’s best friend. For babies in need of towering stuffed animals, Jumbo Plush Stuffed Animals were on sale for $7.44, and for babies on the move, My Doll Strollers had the cheap price of $4.99.
Moving onto the 2-day sale, we still found good deals. The Men’s and Women’s Performance Fleece Pullover went for $7.99, a price 60% off the original. For any buyers looking for the cheapest products, a 26” Disc Sled and Jumbo Coloring & Activity Books were both under a dollar. One item not found in Home Depot’s 2012 ad was the electric wall fireplaces, with a savings of $70-80 for the ones on sale at Menards.
Finally, the all-weekend sale featured laminate flooring for 66¢ per square foot and carpeting for 49¢ per square foot. For buyers with tile floors, tiles went on sale for less than 60¢ each. Most of the products in the three-day sale were home furnishings, meaning that the winter apparel discounts stayed opened in just the first two days. As expected, the overall store selection was greatest for the 6-hour sale and decreased for each longer sale duration.
If you’d like to see comparable ads to similar home improvement and department stores, check out this year’s ad leaks for Home Depot and Lowes. For more information about last year’s ad for Menards, click here.
Menards Black Friday Store Hours
For the full listing of store hours, check out our Black Friday Store Hours page.
Ad scans courtesy of GottaDeal.com