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Printable Lowe’s Moving Coupon

Written by Nickel - 7 Comments

If you’re in the market for home improvement supplies and you’ve got a Lowe’s nearby, then be sure to print out this coupon (expired and removed) before you head to the store. It’s good for 10% off any purchase, with a maximum discount of $1,000, and it doesn’t expire until 9/30/2005. Dang it! Where was this deal when our washing machine died and we had to replace it?

Update: This looks like it might be a one-time use coupon, so it may or may not work for you. If not, you could always try using it at Home Depot, as they often accept competitors’ coupons and they won’t have anyway of determining if the code on this particular coupon has been used before. Thanks to ncnblog for noticing this.

Published on August 9th, 2005
Modified on July 28th, 2009 - 7 Comments
Filed under: House & Home

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7 Responses to “Printable Lowe’s Moving Coupon”

  1. 1
    Greg Says:

    Dang! We just spent almost $800 on supplies to build a fence. That coupon sure would have come in handy.

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    ncnblog Says:

    Just a quick note…this is a one time only printable coupon, and can be used only by the person who signed up at bank of america for the deal. Checked fatwallet for the details. ncnblog.blogspot.com

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    k9sar Says:

    I used it and they said it had already been redeemed. I showed them the print date at the bottom of the paper (same day) and told them that their computer must be wrong since I had just printed it. They did an override and I got my 10% off. Never hurts to try.

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    Blaine Moore Says:

    No Lowe’s around here, and I don’t close on the house ’til the 30th, so I doubt we will be wanting anything ahead of time since we won’t have anywhere to put it…something to keep in mind though. Thanks.

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    Sue Grubbs Says:

    I got a card in my mail change of address book for a 10% off coupon for moving. I went to the site provided on card. There is not a site to print this coupon. I have spent 20 min. trying to go to different sites. This upsets me that you make it so hard to get this coupon. I’m purchasing a new washer & dryer and wanted it today as the special on the ones I want runs out Tue. Would you please advise me where I can go to print this coupon. Why do you make it so hard? Why isn’t it there when you go to the site provided. I think you make it hard where we can’t get the 10%. Sue Grubbs

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    Carolyn Ray Says:

    I can’t figure out how to print the coupon either.
    I hope this isn’t a scam. I click on the moving coupon and get nothing……………….

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    just trying to help Says:

    http://www.lowes.com/ . Scroll down to the bottom. Under resources click Lowe’s Moving Center. At the top of the next page will be “Save 10% on Lowe’s purchases up to $5000. Request your coupon. click on the link. Request your coupon and fill out the information. They will then e-mail you the coupon which you just print like normal. If you can’t view the e-mail it will say at the top
    Having trouble seeing this email? Click to view it as a web page. click on that link and it will bring it up so you can print.

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